Drake is dropping unsubtle hints about album Scorpion on billboards

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Big things are coming our way, courtesy of Drake. Following his public diss battle with Pusha-T and the release of the Degrassi-filled nostalgia trip that was the music video for “I'm Upset”, Drake began promoting his upcoming album, Scorpion on Friday, June 22.

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A centre focused on treating internet addiction is coming to London

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The NHS is looking to address internet, and specifically gaming, addiction in a way that hasn't been attempted before in the UK. While other countries across the globe have sought ways to address internet and/or gaming addiction, the UK is finally being spurred on to address it following the World Health Organization (WHO) classifying gaming disorder as a mental health condition earlier this week and defining it, in part, as “a…

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Listen to Teyana Taylor’s new, Kanye-produced album Keep That Same Energy

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Earlier this week, Teyana Taylor hosted an album listening party for her new record Keep That Same Energy in Los Angeles, California. The album is the final Kanye West-produced release to come from his sessions in Wyoming, and like Daytona, ye, and Kids See Ghosts, Taylor’s record is a short seven tracks long.

The listening party kicked off in a studio set modelled after Taylor’s hometown, Harlem, complete with NYPD…

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Santissimi’s Sculptures Look at Body as ‘Instrument of Understanding’

The duo Santissimi, comprised of artists Sara Renzetti and Antonello Serra, use the body to both examine humanity and use its elements for new creations. While the contortions and dissections would supposedly bring expressions of agony, the tranquility of the subjects implies a greater purpose in these explorations.

Lovely Photo Manipulations Utilizing Stock Photography by Justin Peters

Graphic designer Justin Peters has an uncanny ability to compose fantastical landscapes and creatures by combining stock imagery using Photoshop. The 22-year-old German digital artist says that he’s often driven by the famous Picasso quote “Everything you can imagine is real,” choosing to use photography found on stock imagery sites as the source material for his digital collages. You can see more of his recent work on Instagram.

Jay Rock: Redemption

After a life-threatening motorcycle accident, Jay Rock returns with his strongest album yet, a collection of rap songs that highlight his struggle and journey.

Gruff Rhys: Babelsberg

The Super Furry Animals frontman has always been political, but he’s never sounded as spiteful as he does on this satirical portrait of the United States in 2018.

Mike Shinoda: Post Traumatic

On his debut solo album, the Linkin Park rapper and producer mourns the death of his bandmate Chester Bennington but never translates that grief into candid lyrics or inspired songwriting.