The Justin Bieber takeover is upon us. With the release of his new album, Purpose, the Biebz is transcending genres and widening his already-massive fanbase with a more grown sound.
Paul McCartney's worked with a who's-who of legends in the music industry including, but certainly not limited to, Michael Jackson, Pete Townsend, Stevie Wonder and Kanye West, but John Lennon is a different story entirely.
In recent months, The Beatles have popped up in hip-hop discussions thanks to Migos and Kanye West, but Drake is perhaps the only rapper who's currently competing with their run of dominance in the mid-to-late 1960s.
Migos are currently riding high after dropping their third official mixtape, Rich Nigga Timeline, and recently we caught up with the Quality Control trio to chop it up about the project. Speaking on the tape's concept, Quavo said:
Drake still may still be looking for a Hot 100 number one as a lead artist, but his sheer number of entries to the chart is nothing to scoff at. In fact, this week it saw him passing one of the biggest and most respected musical acts of all time.
Young Money's Detail aka Noel Detail has been the source of production for many hits recently, including Nicki Minaj's "Lookin Ass Nigga" as well he's done work outside of YMCMB with production for Jennifer Lopez's "I Luh Ya Papi", Wiz Khalifa's "We Dem Boyz"
Lauryn Hill made her first television appearance in over 3 years Friday night after she helped close out "Beatles Week" on the Late Show With David Letterman. Lauryn graced the stage to perform a special rendition of the Beatles' 1969-hit single "Something".