The Week On Twitter With Lil B, Twin Shadow, and Dev Hynes

This week on Twitter: – Lil B gives a shout-out to Jaden Smith – Twin Shadow updates us on his hand – Dev Hynes shares some thoughts on racism today Here is the week on twitter.... Read more »

Kanye West Changes Album Title to ‘SWISH’

Kanye West is always known as someone who evolves, not only throughout the course of his career, but also his album process. While everyone assumed his upcoming album would be titled So Help Me God, Yeezy has... Read more »

De La Soul Raised A Crazy Amount of Money For Their New Album on Kickstarter

Just last week, Morrissey was deriding crowdfunding by musicians as “desperate” and “insulting,” but I’m sure De La Soul beg to differ. On March 30, 2015, the rap group created a Kickstarter to fund the creation of... Read more »

Wayne Coyne And Miley Cyrus Have Recorded An Album Together

In a new interview with Billboard, Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne says that he and newfound collaborator/BFF Miley Cyrus have recorded seven songs together for a project that “still feels pop, but a slightly wiser, sadder,... Read more »

How Earl Sweatshirt Achieved Complete Transparency in 10 Minutes

It’s three in the morning and raining in Los Angeles. Earl Sweatshirt can’t sleep. He uses every muscle in his body to clamber out of bed and limp into his dimly lit home studio. On the... Read more »

PC Music Release First Compilation Album, ‘PC Music Vol.1′

Despite being around for two years or so now, the ever divisive PC Music have only just got around to releasing their first official compilation today. PC Music Vol. 1 has been a long time coming, and features... Read more »

Paul McCartney Compares Working With Kanye West and John Lennon

Af first, the idea of Kanye West and Paul McCartney working together confused a lot of people. Was he just trying to stay relevant? Did he really love Kanye’s music? Where would he fit on a Kanye song? Then... Read more »

Killer Mike Blasts Media’s Coverage of Baltimore in Op-Ed

With Baltimore’s Freddie Gray protests still going strong, the nation’s news outlets continue to stir the pot. Regardless of how you feel about the protests, peaceful or violent, it feels like mass media has its mind... Read more »

Watch the Trailer for Nina Simone’s Biopic, “What Happened, Miss Simone?”

Nina Simone was one of history’s great performers. The North Carolina-born, Juilliard-trained singer had one of those voices that made you sit bolt upright, with a political streak to match. She died in France nearly 12... Read more »

Drake Curated a Sotheby’s Art Exhibition, Paired Basquiat with Chief Keef

When it comes to music, Drake’s got good taste. He’s always up on what’s next, and he never stops evolving. But what about fine art? For an ongoing showcase called I Like It Like This, Sotheby’s... Read more »