The New Zealand singer-songwriter performs a stripped-down, a capella rendition of Ye’s “Love Lockdown.”
And in true, OC hardcore style, the new, raucous track clocks in at under two minutes.
“Lost in Japan” is the sensual, R&B-inspired Jekyll to “In My Blood”’s anguished Hyde.
The Atlanta rapper gets introspective on the short-but-sweet tune, the latest in what may prove to be a busy season for him.
The Techno Goddess takes “Blue Train Lines” out of the indie rock arena and into the club.
The performance pays tribute to the late Audioslave and Soundgarden frontman, Chris Cornell.
The banger is built for the dancefloor, and it even comes with a frenetic video that looks more like a movie trailer.
The indie rock funnyman swaps places with his drummer to play an, err, ‘interesting’ cover of the Radiohead classic.
Rocky’s latest tune of 2018 is, unlike his previous drops this year, a finished product.