Jeremy D. Larson
As soon as they take the soldier mannequin out of the box and unveil the comely lass just across from him, you know where this is going.
Following a host of arrests this year, Gucci Mane faced charges in federal court Tuesday with two counts of possessing a firearm as a felon after two September incidents during which he showed a gun and threatened police.
Just as Kanye West announced his dissatisfaction and severing of ties with Nike, they picked up probably the rapper with the next highest cultural capital right now: Drake.
“I met Paul on the set of the film Brick Mansion, where we talked, laughed, and exchanged ideas of life and fatherhood. I only knew him personally for less than a year, but we knew each other through our work and art. “
“Although we believe our parody video falls under fair use, we would like to respect his wishes and yours.”
The track will be found on Busta Rhymes and Q-Tip’s newly announced mixtape, The Abstract and the Dragon, which will hit the internet December 12.
Unless you were at Jony and Marc’s (RED) auction on Saturday (Nov 23) held at Sothebys New York, you probably weren’t aware that Bono got up on stage with Nile Rodgers and sang Daft Punk’s ubiquitous “Get Lucky”.
With their latest album ‘Shulamith,’ the band continues to grow into their own singular sound of Portishead plus Cocteau Twins or Sade plus Beach House and build a community that is focused on artistry and not fame.
These two rascals! Can we just have Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon do two more installments of “The History of Rap” performance both times? That would be just great.
The art of Kanye’s live performance lives in one moment and one moment only: the moment of truth. It’s as if this lavish and theatrical production were born out of the surreal scenes that would flash before Kanye’s eyes in a near-death experience, just as he moved into the light.
Ye and his new fiancée Kim Kardashian drive around on a motorcycle in front of some green screen nature settings while Ye just simply drops his verses. Spoiler: One of the two people starring this video are topless the entire time.
After over a decade in the music industry, Lavigne has returned to work with Reid for ‘Avril Lavigne’, a grab bag of sounds from her familiar pop-punk anthems (see “Rock N Roll”), to EDM club-ready tracks (see “Hello Kitty”), to songs co-written by her new husband and Nickelback singer Chad Kroeger (see literally every track on Avril Lavigne).
A track off her own record label’s compilation, “Cash In” is an aerated, nu-soul ballad that sees the young singer keeping up with her sister, albeit in her own, far more sedated groove.
You can think about You Always Live Again that while you watch Maya Arulpragasam’s new video for the song off her latest album, ‘Matangi.’ Epileptics, beware: flashing lights abound throughout the video.
Arcade Fire have just announced a proper North American tour taking place throughout the Spring and Summer of 2014, hitting almost every major arena from coast to coast.