Drake is reportedly giving fans a tease of an unreleased Aaliyah song.
Drizzy recently posted a short video of himself on his tour bus along with a snippet of a song containing what's believed to be previously unheard vocals by the late singer.
Drake previously enlisted Aaliyah's vocals for the 2012 song "Enough Said" and was even reportedly planning to release an entire album of new Aaliyah tracks.
Drake is currently on the road for his "Would You Like a Tour?" road trip in support of his latest album, Nothing Was The Same.
Check out his Instagram vid below!
Lupe Fiasco is penning a novel 140 characters at a time.
The emcee has taken to Twitter to write what he calls an "Afro-Futurist novel" titled "Teriyaki Joe: Neo-Harlem Detective."
Over the last several days Lupe has already written three chapters of the novel and promises a fourth installment soon.
This isn't the first time Lupe has made waves on the micro-blogging website. Earlier this year he went on a Twitter rant following Kendrick Lamar's verse on Big Sean's "Control." During the tirade, he responded to the verse by impersonating artists such as Rick Ross, 2 Chainz and Pusha T.
Lupe Fiasco is currently on the road promoting his upcoming album Tetsuo & Youth.
Check out his novel ... Twovel? ... on his official Twitter!
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Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" is not only 2013's official "Billboard" Song of the Summer, it's also the year's most-tagged song on smartphone app Shazam.
The app, which allows users to identify song titles with its music-recognition technology, has released a list of the most frequently searched-for tracks. The list corresponds with success on the charts, as "Blurred Lines" still leads with the most consecutive weeks at number one on the Hot 100.
17.8 million Shazam users around the world tapped on the app when listening to "Blurred Lines" this year. The runner-up is Avicii's "Wake Me Up," followed by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis' "Thrift Shop" and "Can't Hold Us."
Other popular songs searched for on the app include current Hot 100 topper "Royals" by Lorde and Pink's "Just Give Me a Reason."