PARTYNEXTDOOR

Last week, Jeremih dissed tourmate PARTYNEXTDOOR, and he’s now been kicked off of the Summer’s Over tour. There are only three tour dates left, but Live Nation has decided Jeremih’s out. The company released the following statement: “Live Nation’s top priority is helping artists and performers create great shows for their fans. With this in mind, […]

The party won’t end. One week after releasing the third installment of his self-titled album series, PARTYNEXTDOOR dropped “Can’t Let The Summer Pass” with producer Murda Beatz. Murda Beatz is just one of many producers who contributed to PND’s P3 album. Drake’s manager Noah “40” Shebib, ILLANGELO, Nineteen85, and Neenyo also contributed to the LP. […]

PartyNextDoor has had his share of drama throughout the year, but his dramatic relationship with Kehlani probably started it all. In a new interview with Rolling Stone, PND dished on the success of his music (including writing Rihanna‘s Work) and his personal relationship drama. He told the mag, “It was a blue year for me. I […]

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The pair is back to being friends following the singer's near death experience.

After more than two years since his last full-length project, PARTYNEXTDOOR has finally announced the release date for his highly anticipated third album.

The OVO artist released the visuals to his new track "Come & See Me" on Thursday, and it not only features Drake...but Ms. Kylie herself.

Jeremih called in to Los Angeles' Real 92.3 and announced his forthcoming new project with PND, Late Night Party.

Ca$h Out and PARTYNEXTDOOR get together once again for this romantic track

Drake‘s VIEWS is finally here, and if there’s one thing we’ve taken away from the experience leading up to now, it’s that Drake has reached his pinnacle. The 20-track album, which runs at an hour and 22 minutes, finds Toronto’s king comfortably seated on his throne. Between having one of the best summers ever last year (that Meek […]