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. Megan Thee Stallion announces thot girl summer, Jay-Z is suing his Reasonable Doubt photographer, and Tyler, The Creator reveals his new album later this month—this is what you missed this week.
McCafé Launches New Morning Playlist in Collaboration with Elijah Woods
Everyone’s favorite guilty pleasure breakfast spot has curated a morning playlist in collaboration with Elijah Woods. It’s a celebration of bagels making their return to McDonald’s across the country. Naturally, the playlist is all about fun and lighthearted beats.
Tyler, The Creator Announces New Album Call Me If You Get Lost
Tyler, The Creator started dropping hints this week about his upcoming album. First, it was a mysterious billboard in L.A. that said “call me if you get lost” with a number, then it was a cryptic tweet with just the number. And finally, it’s been confirmed that his new album is dropping June 25th. Guess that means we shouldn’t call that number if we get lost?
Thot Girl Summer Has Officially Begun According To Megan Thee Stallion
Stallions everywhere can rejoice because hot girl summer just updated to thot girl summer. Megan Thee Stallion released her new video for “Thot Shit” and in the words of Big Sean it’s all ass, ass, ass, ass. Garage trucks, boardrooms, deli counters—you name it and Megan is twerking on it in. There’s no doubt that this will become the next summer anthem.
Jay-Z Sues Reasonable Doubt Photographer Jonathan Mannion
Jay-Z woke up and choose litigation this week. He’s suing photographer Jonathan Mannion for using his name, image, and likeness without permission. Mannion shot the cover art for Jay-Z’s debut album Reasonable Doubt but has been selling prints of the rapper for years and charging hefty prices. Jay-Z is asking for a “cease and desist” of Mannion’s merch and the profits he’s made over the years from his likeness.
Foo Fighters Announce New Album As Disco Alter-Ego The Dee Gees
Foo Fighters are now the….Dee Gees? Weird flex, but tell me more. They made the announcement on social media that they’ll be putting out a disco-inspired album under the moniker Dee Gees. Maybe the Dee Gees are their disco alter-ego? Titled Hail Satin the album will be dropping July 17th and will include four Bee Gees covers.
Like what you saw? Here’s more:
The First Yeezy x Gap Piece Is Here
Who Would Be In Your Dream Group Chat?
This Week In Music: Lorde Declares A Suns-Out, Buns-Out Summer & Post Malone Debuts His Rosé In Canada