While many of you were asleep, or away from your computers, something amazing happened. The Weeknd released two remixes of his #1 hit ‘The Hills‘ — packaged as ‘The Hills Remixes‘. One features Rap God Eminem, while the other features the reigning Queen of Rap Nicki Minaj. The two tracks sit #2 and #26 on iTunes, prospectively.
The Remixes is a move that is certain to keep ‘The Hills’ atop the Billboard Hot 100 next week, while many thought it would lose the top spot to Drake‘s ‘Hotline Bling‘ that is currently perched #1 on iTunes — the track also a had surge in radio play last week.
Both remixes offer some sultry yet insidious lyrics. However, the Eminem remix comes out on top. Slim Shady slows down his world renown fast flow to show off his darker side. A highlight from his verse:
“But tonight we don’t need those pills, just the effects of each other
But we gon’ film cause I will want your ex to see
(Get it?) that…”
Last night, Minaj joined The Weeknd on stage at SNL to show case her version. The Minaj remix did little to captivate the audience in the brief 42-seconds she appeared on the track. Unlike Eminem, Minaj only gave one verse (if we even consider her 30 seconds a complete verse). It was full of sexual innuendos, many of which seem to give the audience a sneak peek into her and Meek Mill‘s sex life. A highlight from her verse:
“Remember that time I showed up with just panties under my coat?
High heels, they was knee high, and my legs was grippin’ that throat”
Download both remixes on iTunes here: The Hills Remixes On iTunes
Check out The Weeknd‘s SNL Performance Featuring Nicki Minaj Below:
As the title reads French Montana decided to grab Miley Cyrus for the remix of his single ‘Ain’t Worried Bout Nothing‘.
It seems as of late Miley is now the it girl for features. This year alone Miley has appeared on multiple rap features from Mike Will’s ‘23‘ and Kanye’s ‘Black Skinhead Remix‘ etc.
And since Montana‘s single didn’t do exactly well on the charts, so it was only right to invite Miley as a feature to gain exposure for the single. Will the single be a hit? Listen to the song below
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What did you think of the song?