The forces of good have defeated evil this time to make Rae Sremmurd’s “Black Beatles” the No. 1 song on the country, dethroning the infective Chainsmokers. Nicki Minaj used to moment to release her remix, “Black Barbies,” which has a firm mix of trash talking, politics and superlatives.
Trey Songz—a sex architect—added a couple verses and treacly trills to the remix of Kehlani’s “The Way,” a great, sexy anthem about being sprung.
Ty Dolla Sign is on the remix of Major Lazer and MØ’s rapturous single “Lean On,” adding a dose of entertainingly trashy realism that only he can, with a verse about fuzzy memories of Percocet, Xan and other numbing remedies on a random night (“I don’t know how I’m getting home from this bitch,” he raps). Uh, way too…
Lana Del Rey's track from Maleficent has a brand new remix and an eerie video to go along with it.
Because this is exactly what Beyoncé and the rest of the Carter/Knowles clan needs right now, M.I.A. has released a remix of "Flawless."
The Sound of Music is wonderful and everything, but it’s so sad, especially that whole bit about Baroness Von Schrader being betrayed by her fiancé. I know, I know — stop bringing everyone down. Don’t worry, though, because once Baroness Von Schrader’s story arc is remixed with Robyn, things start to seem a…
Imagine for a moment what would happen if Mad Men's leading man, Don Draper, was struggling with something bigger than a coy grade school teacher, a Kodak pitch, or a wife on the verge of a nervous breakdown. Imagine if Don Draper was gay. And smitten with Roger Sterling.