NEW: The Weeknd – ‘Can’t Feel My Face’

What a great Monday!  Today in San Francisco, Apple unveiled its new music streaming service at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) with a little help from an idol of mine…

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…Drake!  He will be using Apple Music to promote his own new album, so you better believe I will be supporting this new streaming service.  And in the above picture, he is high-fiving (real word?) Eddy Cue, head of software and Internet services, after discussing the Connect feature of Apple Music.  To learn more about the service, check out this New York Times article here.  I haven’t done enough research to compare all of the streaming services out there, so I will write another post on that once the proper research is done!  But I have a feeling this might be the cake taker.  Or it could be just because Drake’s involved, but whatevs.  From the few articles I’ve read thus far, Apple Music looks like it could have some real potential and truly engage fans, while still benefiting the artist (and not at $20/month for the fan).  #praise

If that wasn’t exciting enough for me, The Weeknd also came out to world premiere his newest single ‘Can’t Feel My Face.’  Produced by Max Martin, who has also worked with Ariana Grande and Taylor Swift, Abel swoons over a love so strong that he can’t feel his face, metaphorically speaking of course.

I’m totally blowing it with embedding the actual song into this post, so you will just have to click here to listen.  Sorry for the extra step, yinz, but I’m no coder and just want you to listen asap!

And at Drake’s most recent performance at the Governors Ball in NYC on Friday, he made mention during ‘Crew Love’ that an OVO + XO collab could be making a comeback.  Maybe it will drop on Apple Music!  Stay tuned, yinz…oh, and this post is my first post written in Pittsburgh 🙂

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