Good luck trying to spin this, Kris.
AND the song Beautiful Day isn't even a Tyga track -- so she's a cheater now, too!
Ch-ch-check out Kylie and Lil Yachty's Beautiful Day (below)!!!
[Image via Kylie Jenner/Instagram.]
Talk about breaking the fourth wall!
Earlier this year, Robyn combined forces with keyboardist Markus Jägerstedt and the late Swedish producer Christian Falk to release a mini album under the group name La Bagatelle Magique!
Now, Robyn dropped the music video for Love Is Free, which serves as the lead single off of their album of the same name!
The chaotic and vibrant video shows Robyn on a film set, shooting a slumber party scene with featured artist Maluca — who breaks through a wall to turn up a very appropriate dance party!
We love it! Ch-ch-check out the groovy vid (above)!
Signed, sealed, and delivered!
Stevie Wonder's split from fashion designer Kai Millard Morris, aka Kai Milla, was finalized on Monday, three years after the couple filed for divorce in 2012.
The 65-year-old music legend and his second wife separated in 2009 after tying the knot in 2001. Their sons, Kailand Morris and Mandla Kadjay Carl Stevland Morris, ages 14 and 10, are just two of Wonder's nine children.
Both parents will share custody of the Kailand and Mandla, but the Superstition singer will pay $25,000 a month in child support.
That's $300,000 a year for all of you who were wondering…
Stevie has kiddos with five different women — the youngest being baby Nia, 10 months, with current girlfriend Tomeeka Robyn Bracy.
With the divorce officially over, Stevie and Kia can move on! Good for them.
Röyksopp & Robyn know how to make a jam that makes us dizzy with synth-heavy melodies, and Monument is no exception.
The visuals in the music video add an extra dose of insanity to the already insanely delicious new song!!
WE CAN'T GET ENOUGH and neither will you!
Ch-ch-check out the otherworldly musical story (above)!!!
Yeah, we're just gonna keep this on repeat!
Röyksopp and Robyn just released their music video for their single, Do It Again, off of their collaborative mini-album with the same name, and it is fantastic.
It's a haunting black and white affair following a number of revolutionaries struggling to survive a brooding war, in a time and landscape that's kept intentionally unidentifiable.
The video, titled Our Hearts' Desires and directed by Martin de Thurah, is actually a short film; clocking in at 5:55 and complete with credits to close the piece.
The song, as well as the album, came out back in May, but the Norwegian duo and Swedish solo act released the video today to promote their upcoming world tour across Europe and North America.
The tour will be making 11 stops between the two continents, beginning in Norway on Aug. 8th, and wrapping up in Switzerland on Aug. 30th.
And if you like what you see/hear, don't fret, because Röyksopp is releasing a follow-up full-length album later in the not-too-distant future!
Ch-ch-check it out! (above)
Do you dig face-melting beats??
LOVE freaky music video concepts with killer clothes?!
Well you're in luck, because musical goddess Robyn and Röyksopp are here to make your dub step electronic dreams a mystical reality!
The pair have teamed up with H&M and Swedish design team Sandberg & Timonen to create a grayscale fantasy universe for their song Sayit, off their mini-album Do It Again, which will be released on May 26th!
Ch-ch-check out the manic pixelated craziness (above) and D-A-N-C-E!
Wow! There was a ton of great new music this week, and we can’t get enough! Here’s what we have been busy listening to:
Loud Boss Kid [CLICK HERE]
If Broods is music to make love to, then this is what you listen to when you're having angry sex!
On this song, though, the pop gals team up for something aggressive, a bit weird and totally cool. It's very German!
Check out Prophet above.