Last night, PartyNextDoor surprisingly released a new project coined Colours 2, which serves as a follow up to his much-adored 2014 Colours EP.
We all know how artists (especially R&B vocalists) love to keep us on our toes with their unexpected albums, but PND took it to new heights, by dropping his body of work during game 1 of an historic NBA Finals game between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors. Talk about savagery!
You can't blame the durag lovin' OVO crooner though, the match was pretty one-sided when his project was unveiled, so at least he made the evening eventful (haha).
Stream/download the four track EP on Apple Music by clicking on its artwork below:
We live in a time where our phones practically have an inescapable grip on us. Major Lazer recently unveiled the video for their smash hit, "Run Up," which portrays how ridiculous our love for handhelds can be.
The clip features PartyNextDoor, Diplo and his electronic music crew entering a poppin' party in the hills where everyone is glued to their mobile devices. Nicki Minaj makes a special appearances via (you guessed it) Facetime.
Here's what the directors, Paul, Luc & Martin had to say about their humorous video treatment: "the idea was to laugh at ourselves and at the unconditional love we bear to our smartphones. Humor and absurdity came naturally in our speech because our will was not to accuse someone or something but just exaggerate it to foster reflection."
Well, it definitely made me chill out on my data usage! Check out the vid for yourself below:
It was great to hear a PartyNextDoor feature on Drake's record-breaking album *clears throat* playlist More Life, but its even better to know that he has finally released a new chune on his own...well, sort of.
PND's latest sonic effort comes in the form of a remix of Bruno Mars' electrifying single "That's What I Like." Theres not much else to say because the song is too damn hot to keep you waiting!
Like an underwhelmed Kanye West, I was a bit dissapointed in PartyNextDoor's video for his smash hit, "Not Nice." But with video vixens like Paloma Ford on deck, my frown magically transformed into a nice........(haha).
Directed by Adrian Martinez, the sand-filled clip finds PND riding around in his ATV and remaining cool amidst an array sun-kissed beauties.
If you can't get enough of the Ontario-born crooner, you're in luck. It was just announced that he will be heading on The Summer's Over tour with singing sensation Jeremih. It all kicks off Nov. 8 in Miami and ending Dec. 11 in San Francisco. Check out the rest of the dates below:
"Girl you're not nice, you're rude!" All the fellas will spew out those very words when they get denied by a bad ting during the remainder of summer 2016.
PartyNextDoor took the phrase to new heights of dissapointment in his new island vibed tune, "Not Nice." Party croons about the agony caused by his significant other stating, "want me to feel like I'm new, want me to watch you do you." Fortunately, all it takes to diffuse the situation is a good ol' dry humping session on the dance floor (haha).
PND's P3 album is slated to drop exclusively onApple Music on July 29th and everywhere else August 12th. For now, indulge in his latest chune below:
Not too long after PartyNextDoor graced the OVO Soundshowcase stage at this year'sSXSW festival, he finally unleashed a brand new ballad that's sure to stick in everyone's brain.
The sentimental tune, titled "Come and See Me", features drizzy Drake as they sing beautifully about that semi-annoying girlfriend who always wants company. Hey, this is what occurs when you with a brotha that's on the grind baby!
For those who locked in to episode 10 of OVOSound Radio's Beats 1 show, the latest single unleashed from Amir Obe will sound quite familiar.
As a matter of fact, the tune coined "Truth For You", was the first song played by Drizzy's best friend/trustee producer Noah "40" Shebib on his mix. On this new version, released via Soundcloud, Amir enlists PartyNextDoor who lends his vocals to accent the track's smoothness.
Kehlani is certainly devouring all of the tracks she graces! This time around, the tatted up songbird received a little help from New Orleans own Ambré Perkins to conjure up one hell of a sermon inspired by Drizzy and PartyNextDoor’s hit “Preach”.