If you’re anything like us, we see an interesting headline during our daily scroll—pause to read it—but then keep scrolling without reading the actual story. So at the end of each week, we’re rounding up all the buzziest, news-worthy headlines you might have missed. Think of it like the “saved” feature on Instagram but for news instead of aesthetically pleasing photos. Drake & Morgan Wallen team up, Central Cee drops a single, and Nicki Minaj makes history—this is what you missed.
Drake and Morgan Wallen Team Up
The music video for “You Broke My Heart” just dropped. Drake and Morgan Wallen (the two people you never thought you’d see together) share a meal at a fancy restaurant, discussing failed relationships. Wallen suggests his ex might have been the wrong girl. As they leave, two women detonate a bomb, destroying their car. The video captures the women celebrating the explosion while dancing to the song. Make sure you watch it for a good laugh.
I’m Just Ken: Holiday Edition
Ryan Gosling has released Ken The EP, just in time for Christmas and awards season. It features three new versions of the Grammy-nominated song, “I’m Just Ken”.The EP includes a festive rendition, “I’m Just Ken (Merry Kristmas Barbie),” with a studio video with Gosling, Mark Ronson, and Andrew Wyatt, as well as acoustic and remix versions.
Nicki Minaj Makes Chart History with ‘Pink Friday 2’
Nicki Minaj achieves chart history as her album Pink Friday 2 debuts at number one on the Billboard 200 chart, marking her third chart-topping album AND making her top female rapper with the most number-one albums. The album, with 228,000 equivalent albums sold in the U.S., sets records as the largest week for a rap album by a woman in the 2020s and the biggest for an R&B/Hip-hop album by a woman in the current year.
Central Cee Drops His First Song Of 2023, “Entrepreneur”
Central Cee pays tribute to streetwear culture in his only release of 2023, “Entrepreneur” The song reflects on his journey to success and busy schedule over the past two years, referencing his progress from a “Toyota Yaris to Urus” that he’s previously rapped about in “Sprinter”.The track emphasizes fashion and streetwear, featuring an intro from fashion entrepreneur Mikey Trapstar. The accompanying music video, shot in London and Rovaniemi, showcases Cee and friends embracing their entrepreneurial spirit. To coincide with the Christmas release, Cee will launch new SYNA clothing line merch, including the black and teal puffer jacket from the video.