Posts Tagged ‘Kanye West’

Listen To This Sam Smith and Kanye West Mash-Up

Here’s a mash-up for Kanye West and Sam Smith fans. Carlos Serrano’s latest mash-up, “Tell Me I’m the Only One,” is a combination of Yeezy’s “Can’t Tell Me Nothin’” and Smith’s “I’m Not The Only One.”... Read more »

James Blake’s New Album is Coming Out Next Year and it Might Feature Kanye West

James Blake has been busy recording his third album, which is due sometime next year. Speaking with Miami New Times, Blake said that he’s currently “seventy percent done” with the record, hoping to release it “in... Read more »

Lorde Is Still Friends With Diplo, But Won’t Stand for Body Shaming

Lorde, who curated The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 soundtrack , says that she’s friends with Diplo despite recently dissing him on Twitter in defense of Taylor Swift. I mean, there’s even a Major Lazer track on... Read more »

Pusha T – “Lunch Money” (Prod. Kanye West)

Pusha T has been working on his upcoming sophomore, King Push, but there’s no word as to when we’re going to get to hear it in all its glory. So to keep things interesting, the rapper... Read more »

If You Google “Twitter Rant,” Kanye West’s Twitter Account is the First Result

We stumbled upon this Google gem today and couldn’t help but share it. If you Google “twitter rant,” Kanye West’s official Twitter page is the first result. It makes sense—Kanye’s Twitter rants are beautiful. That is all.... Read more »

Lorde – “Flicker (Kanye West Rework)”

Oh, bless. After Lorde made her grand return with “Yellow Flicker Beat,” we now have Kanye West’s rework of the song recorded for the Hunger Games — Mocking Jay: Part 1 OST. ‘Ye—who Lorde considers to... Read more »

Watch Big Sean’s Video For “IDFWU,” Featuring Kanye West, DJ Mustard, and E-40

A few months ago, Big Sean dropped four new songs after he announced that he had signed with Roc Nation. One of which was the hard hitting anthem “IDFWU,” produced by Kanye West and DJ Mustard,... Read more »

Watch Jessie Ware Perform “Say You Love Me” on Seth Meyers

In support of her latest album, Tough Love, Jessie Ware stopped by studio 8G to pay Seth Meyers a visit. Backed by a four-piece band, Ms. Ware put on a passionate and moving rendition of her... Read more »

Sorry Kanye, T-Pain Says You’re Not Using Auto-tune Correctly

In a recent interview, T-pain said that he thinks there are very few people who understand how to properly use auto-tune and Kanye West isn’t one of them. But don’t think T-Pain is taking shots at... Read more »

Stream Theophilus London’s New Album “Vibes” a Week in Advance

Theophilus London has released the stream for his upcoming album, Vibes. The project’s stream is out a week before the set’s official release date. Kanye West executive produced the album, which is a follow-up to 2011’s... Read more »

Listen to the Instrumental Demo of Kanye West’s “New Slaves”

Kanye West’s “New Slaves” is a standout single off the rapper’s 2013 album, Yeezus, and now we get to hear a little more of how the track came to be. Today, a demo version of the “New Slaves”... Read more »

The Lorde-Curated “Hunger Games” Soundtrack Features Kanye West, Raury, Haim, Pusha T, and More

Lorde has been given the task of curating the soundtrack for the upcoming The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 movie, and judging by the tracklist, she went all out. The cast involved is an all-star lineup featuring... Read more »

The Week on Twitter with ScHoolBoy Q, Lorde, and Kanye West

This week on Twitter: – ScHoolboy Q finds himself in a life or death situation (kind of) – Lorde discovers Steve Carell and The Office – Kanye West clarifies something Here is the week on Twitter.... Read more »

An Email Submission, Written in the Style of Kanye West Rhymes

You’d think that most email submissions from artists would be creative. You’d be wrong. Email submissions are typically painfully boring. They are usually like, “Please listen to my new song. I’ve been working really hard and... Read more »

20 of the Most Unexpectedly Awesome Samples in Rap

A lot of the time, rap produces are stunningly unoriginal, sampling the same records over and over and over again. Sometimes, however, they hit us with that offbeat, unexpected, or just plain weird sample that helps... Read more »