Magna Carta Holy Grail is coming out on July 4th, but the first million downloaders of the Magna Carta mobile app on Samsung phones will get it for free.
And he totally trolled the Hamptons, too.
He’s gonna be a great dad.
Who would’ve guessed that you could do so much with such a minimalist design?
Happy Father’s Day, everyone
Yeezus is here; who else is joining Kanye for the ride?
It’s unclear of exactly who was responsible, but this is everything we know about when and where Yeezus leaked.
Yeezus has arrived, people. It’s dark, brooding, and challenging, and there is not a pop song to be found on it.
Meet your new favorite Taylor Swift–feminist rhetoric mashup Twitter @FeministTSwift and the woman behind it.
Or, more accurately, she quit The Pixies, and now there probably won’t be anymore Pixies shows.
This Japanese cover band’s one and only album was called Please Please Me. You know, like The Beatles’ first album?
Re-re-wind, can you fill us in?
We put on a rock show for dogs with Marnie Stern.
Praying to Yeezus I assume.
Because she can’t always look like she got lost on the way to Cirque du Soleil rehearsals.
UPDATE: Aaaaaaaand it leaked. Kanye West is basically the only major star who has figured out how to keep his music from leaking to the internet.
Warning: You may never see the Spice Girls the same way again.
Thank you for this important service, Andre Drummond.
The Doors just released a new app for iPad. It’s full of little nuggets of information that you never knew about the band, like these 10 pieces of trivia.
Whatever it is that you’re going through, “I’m Out” is gonna be your new anthem.
Thunder doesn’t only happen when it’s raining, Stevie Nicks.
Blood. Fire. Giant hamster balls. These performers are legendary for going nuts onstage, and you’re about to see why.
They are way cooler than you’ll ever be, basically.
The level of self-belief and bravery necessary to truly be at the vanguard of pop culture is always going to resemble insanity or egomania.
Rock ‘n’ Roll isn’t as easy as it seems.
The sonically gifted members of Occupy Gezi organized a moving, multilingual rendition of the Broadway and big-screen hit. Life imitates art.
“Villuminati,” the lead track on J. Cole’s upcoming album, attempts to provoke thoughts on homophobia by being blatantly homophobic.