Last week, I was sucked into your interview with Ryan Seacrest, in which you blamed "classicism" for your not being able to achieve all of your goals in life. I'm not sure what "classicism" is but if it means "lack of class" I'm on board with your statement.
Why do we fall all over ourselves every time they do something? If media wouldn't pay any attention to them, they would be just another bunch of spoiled celebrities. Remember not so very long ago when they first took baby North West out in public?
So are you smart and up-to-date?! Do you know the answers to these questions? Who's in the World Series? How many members of Congress are there? Who is Kim Kardashian engaged to?
While empire-building and image are often on the forefront of the minds of celebrities, a messy divorce without an ironclad prenuptial agreement can be just as devastating to an empire built upon a sophisticated branding machine as a bad public relations move.
It was safe to say that GKMC could not be boxed in as just some good ride around town music. It was another text in the new civics library.
The words "tasteful" and "understated" are rarely used in the same sentence as the name Kardashian, so it was no surprise that the latest Kardashian-related news to dominate headlines was yet another story about over-the-top opulence, wrapped in one big, gigantic bow of questionable taste.
Before we begin predictions of how long Kim and Kanye's marriage will last, let's go over five blunders many married couples often struggle with that may unwittingly lead to divorce.
By now, most of us have been hypnotize by Lorde's single "Royals." A friend says the song makes her think of an excerpt from "The Gay Gods of Hip Hop"...
Miri Ben-Ari -- who has collaborated with artists like Kanye West, Jay Z and Alicia Keys -- plays the violin. She has worked with artists in all genres of music, from soul to jazz, to hiphop and R&B, pop and dance music.
There are two kinds of people in this world: those who agree with Kanye and those who don't. He said it himself in last night's poignant interview with Jimmy Kimmel: "You're going to love me, or you're going to hate me, but I'm going to be me."
Photojournalism is a necessary evil. Celebrities need it to be successful, and society needs it to quench their insatiable thirst for pop culture.
Right now, Kendrick is king. His innovation runs deep, and I hope it runs deep enough to avoid the shallowness of an industry that too often neglects freshness and comfortably embraces the modus operandi.
For some, it was just another time that Angry/Crazy/Unhinged Kanye West let his ego get the best of him. Those people are basic.
I have found as we get older and our dreams become dictated by what society says we should be buying, dreaming, and doing, we have forgotten our very visions, and what drives us in a deep meaningful way to be who we are.
Having been in NYC just a few weeks ago, I did not tritz over to the City as street-style wannabe; I had neither time nor inclination to forge my print presence in that way.
While Kanye West may not be Keeping Up With The Kardashians anymore, he is certainly has not been keeping up either with the politics of another type of "K" clan, namely the Kazakhstan's ruling family.