Very Specific Playlists is a weekly feature in which Jezebel staffers make very specific Spotify playlists based on their weird proclivities.
Panda. Panda. Panda. By this time in the summer, most of the seasonal hits are a foregone conclusion, so we can all bank our beach bods on hearing Desiigner, Drake, Rihanna and, unfortunately, “Toothbrush” fifty-eleven times before we have to pack away our bikinis.
Summer is almost here, which means soon we’ll be shedding our clothes, winter weight and outdated ideas about race, gender and sexuality. Luckily, our Wokest Baes™ from the month of May are here to get things started with their words of wisdom-type things.
Drake and his unfortunately beardless face appears on The Ellen Show today to talk about his “intense” Saturday Night Live experience and how he and Rihanna are just friends. He also played a quick “Never Have I Ever” game with Jared Leto.
You know when you prepare yourself for something but you’re somehow still not prepared? That as me clicking play on this video.
Last week, an Instagram post emerged highlighting the similarities between a dance routine from Beyoncé’s Formation Tour and the work of artist Alexander Ekman. Those familiar with Beyoncé will remember that this is far from the first time the Lemonade singer has been accused of heavily borrowing, if we’re being…
If you were wondering whether Drake’s recent beard shave meant that he has lost all of his hip-hop powers, then last night’s episode of Saturday Night Live proved you wrong. But then again, your relief only proved to be short-lived, for we now have irrefutable proof that Canadians are a lot more terrifying than any of…
We are gathered here today to discuss a crisis that will affect the ovaries of woman across the globe: “Drizzy” Drake has shaved off his beard.
A few weeks ago Matt McGorry, actor and male feminist du jour, shared a photo of himself crying. “Who needs bravado when you’ve got vulnerability? Being a ‘real man’ is being true to yourself,” McGorry wrote in the accompanying tweet. Hashtagged #FindYourMagic, McGorry’s tears were manufactured for a new Axe campaign.
After a somewhat harrowing promise that Views would debut on Beats 1 Radio at 10 PM, a delay, and its actual appearance on Apple Music an hour later while OVO Radio was playing Rae Sremmurd’s “Look Alive,” we have so much to talk about. While it’s not exactly the frenzy that Lemonade conjured—it’s 20 songs long, my…
“You can call me Academy Award Winning Leo D,” he breathed in her ear.
Is there a curse on everything ANTI related? Rihanna’s ANTI tour, which is currently underway, has lost an opening act in The Weeknd, who pulled out of performing on the European leg.
The Brit Awards, which are approximately three thousand times more interesting to watch than the Grammys even despite the fact that they are as white as the Oscars, hosted Rihanna’s first live performance of her new material—“Consideration,” with SZA, and “Work”—and she brought out surprise guest Drake for the…
After teasing us with promises of dancehall nights, wildly flattering bobs and wining for days, Rihanna has released the video for “Work.”
Rihanna is here to get you ready for the freakin’ weekend (ha) with a teaser of the music video for her single, “Work” featuring Drake and Drake’s still-working-for-me beard.
On Wednesday night, reports the Michigan Daily, students at the University of Michigan received a flood of emails from “email@example.com,” each containing a line from Drake’s single.
Anti is not our adult Santa, as we’ve come to fear; Anti may, in fact, be real, and at the very least “Work,” featuring Drake, is incredibly real, insofar that downloading something off Tidal for $1.29 after three attempts to pay is “real.” Never mind that, though: here’s a new freakin’ Rihanna song!
Rihanna is the most important millennial of our time. The Rihanna Rihport is where we chronicle the magnitude of her lived existence.
In 2015, there was beef. Boy, was there ever beef. Let’s take a look at the year in public, prolonged, funny and existentially ponderous disagreement, and resolve to be a little more chill in 2016.
For every former emo teen, there is an individual emo revival. A long drive, a 1975 track, a screenshot of literally any scene from the OC: it can come out of nowhere, and there’s no predicting what will plunge you back into the days when you loved journals and fingerblasting and nobody ever washed their jeans.