There's nothing like new music to kick start your weekend!
And this week, we were blessed with many a new tune from superstars in every corner of the music industry!
Maybe you've been craving a new throw down anthem straight from the mid-2000s Lil Wayne rap era? Don't worry, Kendrick Lamar has you covered.
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Or perhaps you've been yearning for a new turn up jam for the club? While we weren't obsessed with Calvin Harris' new track with Ariana Grande, we can't get enough of Demi Lovato's hot collab with Cheat Codes!!
But that's not all! Ch-ch-check out our roundup (below) to hear all the new music from Selena Gomez, Thomas Rhett, and more!
We are so blown away!
On Thursday evening, Kendrick Lamar dropped a music video for his new song Humble, and it's one we'll remember for a while. The vid, which was directed by Dave Meyers and The Little Homies, features a series of stunning visuals, including shots of Lamar rapping in papal robes. Oh, and the 29-year-old recreated The Last Supper too.
Video: Little Mix Go Coyote Ugly In New Music Video For No More Sad Songs!
Someone must've loved HBO's The Young Pope. LOLz!
Not to mention, when Kendrick says "sit down, be humble," we're not sure if he's talking to the listener or every other rapper in the game. Is Lamar reminding everyone he's the greatest rapper alive?? Who knows.
Regardless, it's bound to get people talking. Hey, the visual masterpiece is already the number one trending video on YouTube. Be sure to ch-ch-check it out for yourself (below).
Beyoncé will NOT be performing at Coachella this year!
The singer, who is pregnant with twins, WILL headline the festival in 2018 — so at least the BeyHive has that!
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In a statement to The Associated Press on Thursday, Bey's Parkwood Entertainment and festival producer Goldenvoice said:
Not even Drake wanted to start problems with Chance The Rapper after his big night.
The Hotline Bling hitmaker skipped out on the Grammys on Sunday, so he didn't get to see Chance's historic wins.
ICYMI, The Coloring Book rapper won Best New Artist — and even beat Drizzy's Views for Best Rap Album!
Video: Chance Takes The Grammys To Church Performing How Great!
And even though he wasn't at the ceremony, Champagne Papi still gave some love to his competition and gave him a well deserved "CONGRATS BOI"!
Following his win, Lil' Chano shared a text convo with Drake, who sent his congratulations from his tour in England.
He shared on Instagram: