Kanye West premiered "Yeezus" during a listening party last night at New York's Milk.
+ Kanye West premiered his upcoming album, Yeezus, during a listening party at New York's Milk. He also revealed that his track "Can't Handle My Liquor" features both Chief Keef and Bon Iver's Justin Vernon (that must've been some session!). Watch out for Yeezus when it drops June 18. (Pitchfork)
+ In more Yeezy/Yeezus news, Kanye is reportedly filming an "American Psycho"-themed music video, and he also debuted new songs during his Sunday set at New York's Governors Ball. Watch him perform "On Site" and "I Am A God." (RapFix)
+ Check out One Direction's new PSA for Office Depot's Anti-Bullying Back To School Campaign. The guys end the empowering PSA with the positive message "Live kind, love everyone, move together against bullying." (Just Jared)
+ Justin Timberlake unveiled the artwork for his third single from The 20/20 Experience, "Tunnel Vision." The clever design depicts a cutout photo of JT's face that can also be interpreted as a nude woman. (Idolator)
+ Skylar Grey revealed the track list for Don't Look Down, which drops July 9. Executive producer Eminem guests on "C'mon Let Me Ride," and the album also features Big Sean, Angel Haze, and blink-182's Travis Barker. (Rap-Up)
+ Kelly Clarkson debuted her new country-tipped track, "Tie It Up," during Nashville's CMA Music Festival on Saturday. The wedding-themed tune has cover art to match with Kelly wearing a wedding veil, all of which seems timely as she and artist manager Brandon Blackstock got engaged in December. (MTV News)
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