TMZ - Kris Jenner is no threat to Mariah Carey for sure, but she did a respectable job with her rendition of "Jingle Bells," with an assist from her future son-in-law.
KJ posted her version of the Xmas staple, as Travis Barker, who produced the tune on "Kravis Records," kept the beat on his drum set. Not bad to have Blink-182 as your backup.
Kourtney Kardashian contributed by playing the song's title.
As for the art on the album cover ... well, it's a back-in-the-day photo, and a good one at that.
Regrettably, this isn't Kris Jenner's first foray into singing. Back in 1985, before the ink on the deal with the devil had dried, she recorded "I Like My Friends" to the tune of Randy Newman's "I Love L.A." - complete with O.J. Simpson cameo and all.
My beef isn't with the Kardashian/Jenner's in this. It's with Travis Barker.
Listen, man. I totally understand the power of the P-U-S-S-Y.
Wars have started over it. The world's most powerful men are brought to their knees by it. I get it.
But keep that shit in house.
You didn't need to unleash this kind of auditory evil on the rest of the world. On Christmas Eve no less!
How the mighty have fallen.
(If you know, you know)
Here's everything that happened in music this week -
We dropped episode 7 of Barstool Backstage featuring country recording artists Locash, filmed live on location in Tampa Bay at their record release party.
If you need a Christmas music mix - I got you
- Britney Spears is ready to be her own cheerleader — and make some new music.
In a new Instagram video posted late Wednesday (Dec. 22), the pop superstar films herself in front of a bathroom mirror while belting out some sky-high notes and finishing with a soulful low run.
- Halle Bailey shared a tender cover of the Radiohead classic “Creep” on social media Tuesday
- Lorde released a new music video for “Leader of a New Regime”
- Christina Aguilera celebrated her 41st birthday in style over the weekend by sharing a series of classic Xtina pics with fans. “XTINA XLI,” the singer wrote alongside a series of five snaps in which she wore nothing but long, lace-up leather gloves, oversized black sunglasses and a pouty look enhanced by dark lip liner.
- Delving into the atmosphere of 90s sitcoms, LCD Soundsystem will be portrayed by Eric Warheim, Macaulay Culkin, Christine Ko, Jon Daly, Luenell, and more for a new holiday special, All My Friends. The feature arrived on Prime Video and Amazon Music’s Twitch channel on December 22, seeing the actors portraying members of the legendary electronic band ahead of a concert special performed by LCD Soundsystem themselves.
The special, named after LCD’s 2007 hit single “All My Friends,” teases all the actors and their various roles set to an instrumental version of the track. Eric Wareheim directed the special, and is set to star as the group’s leader, James Murphy. Macaulay Culkin will be portraying drummer Pat Mahoney, while Christine Ko plays keyboardist Nancy Whang, Cory Loykasek as guitarist Al Doyle, Jon Daly as bass player Tyler Pope, Tony Cavalero as synth player Nick Millisher, Aparna Nanchelea as synth player Abby Echiverri, Rex Lee as band manager Brian Graf, and Luenell as their tour manager. Korey Rickey, meanwhile, we be portrayed by a puppet. In a statement about the upcoming faux-sitcom, James Murphy said
- Incubus frontman Brandon Boyd has dropped “Petrichor,” the latest preview of his upcoming album ECHOES & COCOONS.
- The worlds of indie’s past and present are colliding. Rising stars Pom Pom Squad have teamed up with alternative veterans Nada Surf for a new version of the latter’s 1996 classic “Popular,” complete with a near shot-by-shot remake of the song’s music video. One of my favorite songs from childhood
- Big Thief have shared two new songs, “No Reason” and “Spud Infinity.” Both tracks appear on their upcoming album, Dragon New Warm Mountain I Believe in You, which drops February 11th via 4AD.
- ††† (Crosses) – the electropop side-project of Deftones’ Chino Moreno – have returned with a breezy new cover song, putting their minimalistic, yet paradoxically energetic spin on Q Lazzarus’ 1988 track ‘Goodbye Horses’.
- Nas was supposed to release his new album, Magic, tonight at midnight, but it dropped already!
Produced by by Nas’ longtime collaborator Hit-Boy, the nine-track album features guest spots by A$AP Rocky and DJ Premier on the track “Wave Gods.”
Nas references hip-hop heavyweights throughout Magic, including Jay-Z, Kendrick Lamar, and Gang Starr. On “Wu for the Children,” Nas pays tribute to the late Virgil Abloh and Ol’ Dirty Bastard, among others.
- Drakeo the Ruler, a West Coast rapper known for his offbeat cadence and jerky rhythm, was fatally stabbed on Saturday night during an altercation at a Los Angeles festival where several artists were scheduled to perform. He was 28.
- RZA and Flatbush Zombies are big Quentin Tarantino fans. Last week, the Wu-Tang MC teamed up with the hip-hop group for the Reservoir Dogs-inspired single “Plug Addicts,” and now, the artists are back with a song named after the director himself.
- Gucci Mane paid tribute to late rapper Young Dolph this week in the video for his new track “Long Live Dolph.” The homage to the Memphis rapper, who was shot and killed on Nov. 17, is the final song on Gucci’s new So Icy Christmas album.
- Alicia Keys is taking her fans behind the scenes. The singer released a music video to accompany Keys album track “Come for Me (Unlocked),” which features Khalid and Lucky Daye on the track.
- The Weeknd unveiled the futuristic new music video for his 2011 track “Echoes of Silence”
- Saweetie debuted a new buzz cut
- Chicago's Lil Durk proposed to his now fiance during his performance for radio station WGCI’s Big Jam Concert at the United Center in the pair’s Chicago hometown, the hitmaker (nee Durk Derrick Banks) caught the audience by surprise when he unexpectedly proposed to Royale onstage.
Durk was on bended knee when he asked Royale, “Do you wanna be my wife?” The enthusiastic crowd burst into applause in celebration of the special moment before Royale said yes.
- Aaliyah and The Weeknd bring fans something deceptively sweet to devour with their new collab “Poison”
- FKA Twigs and The Weeknd are officially collaborators now. The pair teamed up on their new track, “Tears In the Club”
- Dr. Dre released 6 new songs via a GTA extension
- Boldy James and The Alchemist have dropped Super Tecmo Bo, the companion to their August album Bo Jackson.
- On December 9, SLANDER tweeted an image of an Ableton project file, writing “2008 me is fucking screaming; 2021 me is also fucking screaming.” The audio clip in the image read, “Love Is Gone (Tiësto Remix),” and now the Dutch legend’s bigroom take on SLANDER and Dylan Matthew‘s 2019 mega-hit officially landed.
- Continuing her fast-rising status through the UK scene, AmyElle has released the B-side to her November release, “Push It” adding another piece to her repertoire with the club-ready single “Need You Now.”
- Kill The Noise is gearing up to release his sophomore album, and he’s teaming up with MOELLE to lead the LP’s rollout with “Don’t Look Back.”
- Electronic duo TNGHT have released the new song “Brick Figures,” as well as its accompanying music video.
- Just days after dropping their surprise “Broadway Girls” collaboration, rapper Lil Durk and Morgan Wallen unveiled the music video for the viral hit.
- Boasting 33 artists, a phalanx of songwriters and studio musicians and recorded across multiple studios, HARDY’s Hixtape: Vol. 2 is the newest installment in his Hixtape series, a unique kind of collaborative album that’s quickly snowballing into a phenomenon all its own.
- Harper Grae takes a pause to reflect on past relationships in "I Think About You."
- Rob Aldridge finds himself struggling to stay afloat amid a toxic relationship in "Poor Taste," his new song with his band the Proponents.
- Old Crow Medicine Show will release their seventh studio album this spring. Paint This Town finds the Grammy Award winners returning to their trademark sound, rooted in traditional folk with a modern twist.
To coincide with the announcement, the band shared their upcoming record's title track on Wednesday (Dec. 8) with a music video directed by Travis Nicholson.