Ca$h Out Feat. PartyNextDoor
The pairing of Ca$h Out and PartyNextDoor is an unexpected one, though it's a partnership that works surprisingly well. Ca$h Out remixed PND's "No Feelings" at the beginning of last year, and in late 2014, they collaborated on "Don't Worry," which ended up being one of the best tracks either artist has been a part of. "Don't Worry" was produced by Cardo and Yung Exclusive, and today, Ca$h and PND are back with another Cardo-produced collab, entitled "Sexually." This one finds Cardo replacing Yung Exclusive with his other frequent collaborator, Johnny Juliano.
Come And See Me
PartyNextDoor Feat. Drake
Last night, on the final night of SXSW, the entire OVO label made a surprise appearance at the Fader Fort, but there was even more in store after the party. In the wee hours of the AM, PartyNextDoor decided to drop off his new single, "Come and See Me," the first track off his next album, the title of which he has revealed to be P3. The song features Drake and is produced by Noah "40" Shebib.
Finally, some new PartyNextDoor. Well, it's not exactly clear if this is new -- the song could easily be months old, but the leak is still reason to celebrate for OVO fans, who haven't gotten new material from the Toronto singer since he dropped seven unheard tracks during an October episode of OVO Sound Radio.
Party At 8
PartyNextDoor & TM88
Well here’s an unexpected treat… kinda. Back in October, producer TM88 revealed that he was working on a joint EP at the moment with OVO crooner PartynextDoor, but nothing was officially confirmed until tonight that is. Taking to his soundcloud page, the ATL producer decided to let go of the title track to their joint project Thursday night called “Party At 8,” and we're definitely not complaining about it.
Stuck On Stacks
P Reign Feat. PartyNextDoor
Two Toronto crews come together on P Reign's new mixtape, Off The Books, with OVO's PartyNextDoor collaborating with the Reps Up leader P Reign. Drake has been supporting P Reign for a minute, so this collaboration seems organic.
Truth For You
Amir Obe Feat. PartyNextDoor
Here goes a new collaboration between Amir Obe and PARTYNEXTDOOR, one officially signed to OVO, and one seems to be flirting with the idea of joining OVO. We heard the two connect on PND's own record, "I'm Good," back in September.
Just A Rider
We got snippets of 7 new songs from PartyNextDoor last night as he was the special guest on episode 7 of OVO Sound Radio. "Codeine Bumpin'" was an immediate favorite, though "Just a Rider" is a track that has more crossover appeal and has the potential to be a big hit for Party.
PartyNextDoor Feat. Ty Dolla $ign & Rich The Kid
As if 7 new PND tracks weren't enough, he's now showed up on a brand new single from fast-rising Quality Control rapper Rich the Kid. Also on "Routine Rouge" is Ty Dolla $ign. The record is stacked, and the collab coasts along seamlessly.
Thanks to PartyNextDoor, tonight's episode of OVO Sound Radio was almost -- yes, almost -- as lit as episode 6. The Sauga City killer dropped a staggering 7 new tracks during his set. We've got all 7 for y'all here, but out of the bunch, we'd like to take a minute to focus on "Codeine Bumpin'."
Make A Mill (Cover)
We introduced you to New York artist ZAN back in July when we highlighted his debut single, “Blending” as one of our heatseeker submission entries. Remaining quiet ever since then though, the Awful Records artist decided to release a 4-track playlist onto his soundcloud page Thursday morning full over covers which he recorded, including ones from Drake, R. Kelly, John Mayer & PartyNextDoor.
Before Drake fucked up the game and live streamed What a Time to Be Alive, he played out a short mix, which included tracks from lesser-knowns such as Kodak Black and the UK group Section Boyz, as well as a couple of exclusives. The biggest non-WATTBA track played during tonight's special episode of OVO Sound Radio has to be PartyNextDoor's "Blasé" remix.
PartyNextDoor Feat. Amir Obe
It was a pretty special edition of OVO Sound Radio today, as label co-founder Oliver El-Khatib decided to play two huge unreleased gems during his set. "I'm Good" doesn't quite match the hype of Drake's remix of The Weeknd's "Tell Your Friends," but the Amir Obe x PartyNextDoor collab is still a must listen.
What's this? PARTYNEXTDOOR just dropped off a new record on his SoundCloud, and it appears to be an ode to fellow rising singer and general bae, Kehlani. The single art is a black and white photo of Kehlani, while the smooth '90s vibe record has PARTY reflecting on a relationship, or a would-be relationship.
No Feelings (Remix)
Ever the opportunist, Ca$h Out drops his remix of PartyNextDoor's "No Feelings" feat. Travi$ Scott that Noah "40" Shebib dropped earlier today on OVO Sound Radio. Ca$h Out has a history with PND, having appeared on his 2014 track "Don't Worry."
PartyNextDoor Feat. Travis Scott
After making a big splash in the inaugural episode of the OVO Sound Radio show, Drake, Oliver, and the OVO team keep the premieres going this week with PARTYNEXTDOOR's "No Feelings" feat. Travi$ Scott. The song aired on Noah “40” Shebib’s DJ portion of the show. The understated, brooding piano and big league drums definitely sound like a vintage Shebib production.
King Louie Feat. PartyNextDoor
Out of nowhere, King Louie decided to surprise fans tonight and release the third installment in his Drilluminati mixtape series. Dubbed God Of Drill, the project contains 16 tracks and features from PartyNextDoor, Fetty Wap, Dreezy, and more.
Kehlani & Ambré Perkins
Last week, Kehlani shared the exciting news that she'd signed with Atlantic Records, and in addition, was getting her own Tsunami Mob imprint. Today, she cements her greatness with a new version of Drake and PARTYNEXTDOOR's "Preach," which she made with New Orleans native Ambré Perkins.
Nothing But Net
Travis Scott Feat. PartyNextDoor & Young Thug
Here goes the second Travis Scott release of the night with “Nothing But Net” featuring PartyNextDoor and Young Thug.
Today, four old PARTYNEXTDOOR demos surfaced online. While not quite as exciting as the four new ones that dropped randomly back in December, these previously unheard tracks are still a cause for celebration. Here's one of them, entitled "Kiss Me."
PartyNextDoor had four old demos flood the net today, including "One Time", "Famous", "Your Love/Ferina Love" and finally "Kiss Me." They don't sound entirely finished, which is understandable given they're demos, however they show the direction PND would eventually head in with mixtapes like PARTYNEXTDOOR and P