As promised, Paris Hilton gives her debut single an accompanying video. The 'Good Time' visual features a pool party with a solid number of attendees. The exact occasion isn't really clear, but apparently that doesn't matter since Hilton is an attendee.
Paris Hilton signed on to Cash Money Records in May, but hasn't released any material and didn't even get a feature verse on this summer's 'Rich Gang' -- a Young Money/Cash Money compilation album. She finally gets her chance to shine with 'Good Time,' the first song from her forthcoming LP.
Danny Brown's breakout album 'XXX' and the now-streaming 'Old' are both split into two halves. While the former started with drug-fueled absurdity before segueing into introspection, 'Old' flips the formula. The first half isn't just introspection though; Brown therapeutically reveals the harsh details of coming up in Detroit before getting wild on the project's second half.
Chris Brown has been curiously quiet recently, withholding any new information about his upcoming sixth studio album, 'X.' Any hype has been dying down with the slew of big fall releases currently dropping, although the singer recently ending his beef with Drake may be for publicity. That's admittedly up for debate. What is no longer up for debate, however, is the release date for Brown's new LP, which he finally revealed on Twitter.
As expected, Migos stunt without even a hint of cares for the world in the music video for 'Versace,' in which they flaunt their gold, party in a mansion and wear a lot -- a whole lot -- of Versace. The trio prosper in this decadent clip without Drake.
A lot of people didn't know just exactly what Paris Hilton's purpose was when she signed to Cash Money Records earlier this year. Her only notable contribution was her appearance in Rich Gang's 'Tapout' video. Even Limp Bizkit got a feature on the 'Rich Gang' album while Hilton's vocals were left out. It wasn't looking too good for the hotel empire heiress. Until now.
Drake's hit, 'Hold On We're Going Home,' has been said to carry that airy, '80s R&B vibe. The rapper does take it back to the '80s in the video -- 1985 Miami to be exact -- but it doesn't exactly feature a love-on-Miami-Beach-type scenario. Have you ever pictured Drake with a machine gun?
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