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."
A followup to the equally catchy remix of Breaking Bad seasons 1 and 2, this newly released mashup from YouTuber placeboing draws on memorable scenes from the show's final three seasons to yield one highly addictive earworm. This should go without saying, but here be spoilers.
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.