Lauryn Hill's 1998 hit "Ex-Factor" is about her affair with fellow Fugees member Wyclef Jean.
"Smack that out on the floor!"
Okay, but the female version of "Gold Digger" would be such a vibe.
What's in a name?
We forgot about the bops of Owl City too soon.
"We just excused ourselves and saw ourselves out, tears streaming down our faces."
You're gonna want to update your classic rock playlist after reading this post.
There are some controversial picks in here, y'all!
Single like a Pringle or taken like a piece of bacon?
"I was wrong for saying that."
"It wasn't meant to cause you grief."
“You don’t have to love your body, but how about loving yourself? How about having unconditional positive regard for your humanity and not objectifying yourself. What would that be like?”
“We had just such a good time doing it and laughed so much making it. That joy really comes through.”
Pete Davidson Expertly Parodied An Eminem Song On "SNL," And The Real Slim Shady Himself Made An Appearance
Will the Real Slim Shady please show up on SNL? Yes.
Party like it's 2002.
These Are 18 Of The Biggest Solo Artists Of The Last 20 Years — Which Album Do You Most Associate Them With?
When you see Drake, do you think of Take Care or Views first?
"I love drama that isn't my own."
#EminemIsOverParty has trended on Twitter.
We get it. You're obsessed.
Documents obtained by BuzzFeed News show the Secret Service interviewed the rapper about his Trump lyrics after an email from a TMZ staffer.
🎶 I gotta feeling... that this quiz will be frighteningly accurate! 🎶
Shop 'til you drop.
You know the quiz don't lie and I'm starting to feel it's right!
Six words to sum up June 2009: Joe Jonas lip-syncing to "Single Ladies"
It was a decade ago that we couldn't get enough of "Boom Boom Pow," and it was when we first started shipping RiRi and Drake.
Wetten, du kannst noch alle Songtexte auswendig?
Throughout this past year of holding men in entertainment to task, the music industry has largely continued to overlook abuse allegations within its most popular genre, exhibiting a troubling lack of accountability.
Who you gonna call after this quiz?
You won't be upset with this result!
Let's settle this once and for all.
"Holy fucking shit! Who saw that coming?"
Bhad Bhabie’s recent Billboard Award nomination attracted lots of controversy and speaks to how we’re still not sure what place white women should have in hip-hop.
Kids who were born the last time Madonna had a Hot 100 No. 1 hit will became legal adults this year!
*mouths the lyrics to "The Real Slim Shady" while finger painting*
How did this happen????
"First of all, Beyoncé is amazing!"
"There's vomit on his sweater already, mom's spaghetti."
People getting pulled over dressed like Shrek, pooping in washing machines, and hippos photobombing engagement pictures. 2017 is weird.
For a rapper, he's a man of few words.
You could say I'm pretty... obsessed with these photos.
"Racism’s the only thing he’s fantastic for. ‘Cause that’s how he gets his fucking rocks off and he’s orange."
"Wait. Stan is stalk + fan???"
I love it so much.
And they threw in hidden Mariah shade!
And why exactly did Courtney Love throw makeup at Madonna?
"Can't argue about an Eminem verse you'll never listen to."
Yup, this all happened 15 years ago, NOT five years ago.
"There they go, packin' stadiums as Shady spits his flow..."
"This opportunity comes once in a lifetime."
*winks at Beyoncé*
We're down to 32 '90s things. What will advance to the Sweet Sixteen?
"We're gonna take it waaaay back, to an oldie, with Greenday's Good Riddance."
Cutest rapper ever.
It was...something. And by "something" I mean that all the fashion was tragic and it can never be forgotten.
Sir Benni Miles, Fubu, Aggro-Berlin und DMX – das alles war Dein Leben!
"His palms are sweaty, knees weak, arms are heavy, there's vomit on his sweater already, Martin Shkreli."
Goswami, it's your birthday.
They only had one shot, and nailed it.
A childhood photo of Taylor Swift on her family farm kicks off this week’s #ThrowbackThursday.
Not every iconic video was awarded a moonman.
You'd be Ludacris to think those were their actual names.
La vidéo a explosé cette semaine sur Internet.
The interpreter's video is suddenly blowing up online.
From Elvis, to Nirvana, to Britney Spears — and of course, Beyoncé.
"Hailie's gettin' so big now / You should see her, she's beautiful."
In the wake of the $7.3 million "Blurred Lines" verdict, songwriters for Beyoncé, Sam Smith, Bruno Mars, and more talk candidly with BuzzFeed News about the trouble with copyright law and the inevitability of influence.
I love your Adidas track suit.
Who took home the gold?
Hope for the best, prepare for the worst.
Thanksgiving? More like Angstgiving.
"I'm bored of old men threatening young women as entertainment."
Fans and non-fans alike are calling foul on the violent lyric.
As part of the $3.2 billion deal to acquire Beats, legendary music executive Jimmy Iovine is expected to join Apple in a "creative role." The deal is essentially the biggest music industry acqui-hire.
Never be afraid to take the mic again.
I am whatever you say I am.
These facts will make any true hip-hop fan cry. Or just get ornery in the YouTube comments.
They're making a video for their new song, "C'mon Let Me Ride."
Leave it to some guy named Hugh from Australia to make one of the best political videos of the 2012 campaign.
Alan Simpson, former Wyoming senator and co-chair of The Deficit Reduction Commission, is concerned that our nation's grandchildren are listening to the Enema Man and Snoopy Snoopy Poop Dog. The kids these days with their hippin' and their hoppin' and their snoopin' and their poopin'.