The legendary Nardwuar has delivered another memorable interview full of gifts, vinyl records, quotes and more, this time with Canadian singer and OVO Sound’s PARTYNEXTDOOR.
Speaking with PND while he was on-site at the Faded In The Park music festival, Nardwuar brought Party back to his Trinidad and Jamaican roots with a number of retro LPs and even dug up Drake’s first appearance on vinyl.
Watch Nardwuar’s interview with PARTYNEXTDOOR below.
During the birthday edition and Episode 32 of his OVO Sound Radio on Beats 1, Drake has announced his new project, titled More Life. Explaining that it won’t be a traditional mixtape, and more of a playlist with “the whole family on there”, More Life is currently slated for a December 2016 release. A lot is still unknown about the forthcoming project, but we will definitely share more information as it comes in.
In anticipation of his forthcoming third studio album, PARTYNEXTDOOR 3, OVO Sound singer/producer PARTYNEXTDOOR has released his newest record, ‘Don’t Do It For You No More.’ While the new track isn’t off PND’s forthcoming project, it’s certainly a nice bonus to tide fans over until P3 drops August 12th on OVO Sound. ‘Don’t Do It For You No More’ was produced by Bizness Boi, Th3ory and Soufwest and it should definitely last you for the next week.
Listen to PND’s new record, ‘Don’t Do It For You No More’, below.
Drake isn’t the only OVO artist who will be on the road this upcoming fall, as OVO Sound duo and Toronto natives, Majid Jordan, have just announced their forthcoming headlining tour that will kick of in Montreal this September. Making stops in New York, Texas, Boston, Chicago and many more on their “Majid Jordan NA II” Tour, this will certainly be one that you won’t want to miss. Ticket sales for the upcoming tour begin today (July 15th) at 10:00 AM (local time), and get them fast because this will likely be another sold-out tour for young duo.
Check out Majid Jordan’s tour dates and watch their new music video for ‘Make It Work’ below.
OVO Sound duo Majid Jordan, which consists of Majid Al Maskati and Jordan Ullman, just released their new music video for their track ‘Every Step Every Way’. Off the Toronto duo’s new self-titled debut album, which is available now oniTunes, ‘Every Step Every Way’ is one of the album’s best records, and the track’s new visuals definitely meet the quality of the record.
Check out Majid Jordan’s new music video and their current tour dates below.
Earlier today OVO Sound’s, Majid Jordan announced the official dates for their forthcoming North American tour. Kicking off March 14th in San Francisco, the ‘My Love’ producers will hit stops in Los Angeles, Toronto, Atlanta, New York, Boston and more, until the tour concludes on April 5th in Chicago. Tickets for this anticipated tour go on sale in just a couple days (this Friday) at MajidJordan.com so definitely be sure to get some before they are all gone. Touring for their first time since signing with Drake’s OVOSound, the guys are certainly expected to put on a great show, surely performing a number of cuts from their self-titled debut album.
OVO Sound‘s Majid Jordan gave a guest mix today on the fourth episode OVOSOUND Radio. on Beats 1. During their guest mix, the Canadian producer duo (composed of Majid Al Maskati and Jordan Ullman) premiered an exclusive new record, titled ‘Learn From Each Other’. The smooth record is definitely worth a listen and yet another example of how OVOSOUND Radio will continue to be a source of some of music’s hottest premieres.
Stream ‘Learn From Each Other’ below while it’s still available!
Last night OVO Sound‘s PARTYNEXTDOOR brought his North American tour (which closes tonight in Minneapolis) to The Rave in Milwaukee, WI. Performing a number of tracks from his self titled project and its PARTYNEXTDOOR 2 sequel, PND brought his R&B party to the sold-out crowd. Check out our photos below as The Early Registration’s Dan Garcia was there to catch the best moments of the night, and if you’re overseas you can still catch PND’s European leg of the tour (which kicks March 24th in Oslo).
A week ago, the phrase “If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late” meant nothing to you and now it’s a Drake album that you weren’t even expecting. After releasing a surprise album on iTunes for fans, Billboard is reporting that Drake’s If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late album is expected to sell more than half a million copies by the end of its first week. If 500,000 wasn’t enough, it is also expected that IYRTITL has a “serious chance” of exceeding even that half a million estimate.
Drake almost broke the internet Thursday when he “pulled a Beyonce” and dropped a surprise album, titled If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late. The first question though, is this even an album? Is it a mixtape? Well, it really isn’t that black and white. When you think of a mixtape, you think of a lower quality project which is less cohesive and most importantly released for free. When you think of an album you think of completely original beats, more strategic album packaging and covers, and usually for sale on iTunes, as well as stores. If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late falls somewhere in the middle. While the beats are original (as opposed to Lil Wayne’s Sorry 4 The Wait projects), the album sounds more like a mixtape than an album. Also too, fans were led to believe that Drake’s “upcoming album” was Views From The 6 (which still is expected to release this year). The album art also appears to be more of a mixtape cover than an album cover. However, even though the project was also released for free streaming on Soundcloud,IYRTITLwas released for sale on iTunes. So which is it? Again, it’s still not clear.