Required Reading: Tegan and Sara on Sound Advice

tegan and sara get some sound advice, the weeknd’s new single, and more!

Can somebody tell us why we haven’t heard of Vanessa Bayer’s web series, Sound Advice? Bayer plays a media consultant who dishes out useless advice and insults in the most hilarious way possible. In the latest episode, she targets Tegan and Sara. Past victims include Drake, TV On the Radio, and Aimee Mann. (Spin)

Abel Tesfaye, better known as The Weeknd, is extremely gifted in the bedroom. So gifted, in fact, that he wrote dropped a track devoted to his “often[ly]” utilized skills. He posted it on SoundCloud last night and if you weren’t already a fan of his R&B sound, this one might just convert you. (Soundcloud

The best Craigslist ad we’ve ever seen was posted by Wu-Tang Clan yesterday. They’re looking for a social media intern, so if you’re free or a die-hard fan willing to quit their job for the summer, we suggest you check it out. The only catch? It’s unpaid. Womp womp womp. (Noisey)  

Supermodel/super shade-thrower Naomi Campbell confirmed that she’s currently negotiating her own fashion design collaboration. No news on what brands she’s speaking with, but we’re saving up already... so we’ll be prepared if it goes high-street or high-end. (Telegraph)

What do you get when you mix killer clothes, electro-tribal beats, and Kendall Jenner? Givenchy’s amazing new campaign video. Throw on your favorite maxi, play the video on loop, and sway along with Mariacarla Boscono, Julia Nobis, and Jamie Bochert. (Fashionista

Craig Roberts will star in Amazon Studios’ Red Oak pilot. The Submarine star will play David Myers, a 20-year-old college student who lands a summer gig at a country club in 1985. Smells like a tale of post-teen spirit to us. (Deadline

What happens when Vogue writes about the two times Cara Delevigne fell asleep during an interview? The Brit model takes to Twitter, duh. (Fashion Gone Rogue)

MTV is bringing back TRL for one day, and one day only. The reason? Ariana Grande. Get the deets. (Page Six)