For his contribution to "No Drama," Offset strolled onto Jimmy Fallon's stage for his verse before just as quickly vacating the premises. See the performance in full up top.
Joyride, Tinashe's follow-up to the 2016 album Nightride, was first teased way back in 2015. Tinashe spoke on the album's series of setbacks in a recent interview with Cosmopolitan, saying she feels more "excited and confident" now than she did when she was previously convinced Joyride was finished. At one point, however, multiple people in Tinashe's corner were trying to convince her to change the album's title. She wasn't having it.
"People tried to get me to change the title a lot," Tinashe said. "[My manager] wanted me to change the title. But when someone tells me that I can't do something, I want to do it even more. Even when everything looks like it's really falling apart, I just come back so much stronger."
Joyride is out now via the streaming service of your choice. Ty Dolla Sign, French Montana, Little Dragon, and Future also make guest appearances. A Joyride-supporting tour will be announced soon.