While the variety of artists featured on this project is quite exciting the quality is lackluster for the most part. Songs like “American Beauty/American Psycho” with Ferg and “Uma Thurman” with Wiz are worth checking out while the rest of the album just isn’t worth listening to much more than once. The album is worth a listen, but unfortunately, Fall Out Boy’s pop sound doesn’t blend very well with the hip-hop genre.
While this cross-genre collaboration wasn’t a hit, check out last month’s Big Grams and Joey Bada$$ x Glass Animals releases for a better mix. You can snag the album...
This Friday, Fall Out Boy will release Make America Psycho Again, a collection of hip-hop remixes of cuts from the band’s latest record, American Beauty/American Psycho. Azealia Banks jumps on “The Kids Aren’t Alright” and Migos feature on “Irresistible”. Stream both below.
In addition to Banks and Migos, Make America Psycho Again (a jab at Trump, perhaps?) features A$AP Ferg, Juicy J, Wiz Khalifa, Joey Bada$$, iLoveMakonnen, the Roots’ Black Thought, and more. Find the full tracklisting below.
Read our interview with Banks.
Make America Psycho Again:
01 Irresistible [ft. Migos] 02 American Beauty/American Psycho [ft. A$AP Ferg] 03 Centuries [ft. Juicy J]...
Fall Out Boy f/ Migos – Irresistible (Remix)
Produced by Zaytoven
I bet when you woke up this morning, you weren’t expecting to hear Patrick Stump singing over a Zaytoven track, while the Migos rapped alongside of him. Maybe you did, but I sure didn’t. But as weird as this idea sounds on paper, it actually turned out really dope. Trap Fall Out Boy is an awesome version of Fall Out Boy.
The 2015 MTV EMAs went down last night in beautiful Milan and featured incredible performances, surprisingly coherent acceptance speeches, and hit and miss moments from co-hosts Ed Sheeran and Ruby Rose.
Missed the show? Stream it on demand at MTV.ca and check out our recap of the best, worst, and most head scratching moments.
The opening monologue between Ed Sheeran and Ruby Rose contained four F bombs, two blow torches, the first of two terrible spaghetti jokes of the night, one dig at MTV playing nonstop reality shows, one confetti gun, a terrible cat reference, and way more...
Last week, Fall Out Boy introduced a new rap-remix project based on their most recent studio album, American Beauty/American Psycho. News of the album was coupled with the release of one of the remix effort's featured songs, a Migos and Zaytoven rework of "Irresistible." Now, another song off the project has been shared. This time around, it's the A$AP Ferg remix of the album's title track. You can check out Ferg's take of "American Beauty/American Psycho" above.
Azealia Banks might catch more headlines for issues outside of her music, but that doesn't mean she's hit a slump. Following up on remixes from the likes of A$AP Ferg and Migos, Fall Out Boy has shared a remix Azealia Banks created for "The Kid's Aren't Alright." Like the aforementioned reworks, this new release from Banks and Fall Out Boy will be featured on Fall Out Boy's forthcoming remix project based on their recent studio album American Beauty/American Psycho. You can listen to Azealia Banks' remix of "The Kids Aren't Alright" above.
Fall Out Boy have always been keen to team up with rappers for their remixes and that appears to be no exception with the rework collection they’ve announced today Make America Psycho Again. The first single finds Atlanta production whiz Zaytoven reworking American Beauty/American Psycho’s “Irresistible” with help from Migos, and hey, like that Kanye West mix from ages to go, it somehow works out. There’s buoyant technicolor production work, some crooned bars by Quavo, and Patrick Stump’s yawn, weirdly, feels a lot more palatable in these booming environs. Check it out here along with the album’s track...
When she’s not stirring up controversy on Twitter, Azealia Banks sets off sparks on a remix to Fall Out Boy’s “The Kids Aren’t Alright” off the band’s upcoming remix album Make America Psycho Again. The Harlem spitfire opens the track with a slow-burning verse that fits right in over the laidback groove.
“I’ma come clean, I’m addicted to you / The kitty get chills when you rollin’ up, rollin’ down the highway,” she raps.
Due Oct. 30, the album also features Wiz Khalifa, Juicy J, A$AP Ferg, and Migos, who guests on a remix to “Irresistible.”
Coheed and Cambria are one of the few bands in rock music that are able to transcend any particular “scene” and reach across the aisle and capture fans regardless of their genre affiliations. Equal parts Fall Out Boy and Rush, Coheed have swayed the spectrum from delicate emo ballads and pop punk anthems to quasi-technical and experimental songwriting that pull from influences such as Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin. It’s no wonder that the group have gathered a highly devout and passionate group of fans, having shared the stage with everyone from Green Day to Slipknot and basically everyone in between....
Fall Out Boy are no strangers to rap collaborations. Just this year, they collaborated twice with Wiz Khalifa on the remix to “Staying Out All Night” and on “Uma Thurman.” But imagine them over a Zaytoven singing alongside Migos? The unexpected track is what we now can hear as the remix to “Irresistible” which finds the ATL crew rapping over a trap-pop beat.
Fetty Wap Performs with Fall Out Boy at the 2015 MTV Movie Awards
Wiz Khalifa & Fall Out Boy Perform “Stayin’ Out All Night” on ‘James Corden’
Fall Out Boy enlist the services of Migos and Zaytoven for this remix to their track “Irresistible”.
Previously: Wiz Khalifa x Fall Out Boy – Stayin Out All Night (Live on James Corden)
on Friday, October 23rd, 2015 at 1:12 pm under:Music
Fall Out Boy ft. Migos “Irresistible (Remix),” Surf Club ft. Quentin Miller & Travis Scott “Go Off,” & More | Wired Tracks 10.23.15
» by Chris Thomas (@ChrisThomas266) Oct 23 2015, 3:00pm
Well, here’s an interesting genre mash up to close out the week. Fall Out Boy delivers their “Irresistible (Remix),” featuring rap trio Migos.
Find the record in this edition of Wired Tracks,...