Quality rap music is few and far between these days but a union of this magnitude has endless possibilities. After getting a sample of the greatness on "Mercy" the whole word is patiently waiting for more of the classic material. From the looks of it Its gonna be a G.O.O.D. summer!
Kanye West isn't the only guy with an affinity for Phoebe Philo. Over the past month, I've been in New York, London, Paris, Amsterdam, and LA amongst a few other less fashion forward cities, but mainly everywhere I've gone I've seen guys toting Celine.
Protecting their relationship from intrusive cameras and media speculation doesn't seem to be a priority for Kanye.
Kanye must like Kim, because Kanye doesn't do publicity for publicity's sake. Or, to put it another way: Kanye's fling with Kim couldn't possibly be a...
Roseanne Colletti is joined by Bonnie Fuller, editor in chief of Hollywoodlife.com to chat about the latest celebrity comings and goings. We've got al...
After 40 years, the Eagles are touring in countries in which they never previously performed. Last year was mainland China and this year, it's the Middle East and South Africa.
If the existential slicing and dicing of pork from pig answers the ethical objections to meat-eating, can there be any real objection to the cultivation and consumption of vat-grown people meat?
None of the freestyles over Jay-Z and Kanye West's "Niggas in Paris" have come close to matching the perspective or realness displayed by Yasiin Bey (formerly known as Mos Def) in "Niggas in Poorest." With the world in a global recession, his perspective maybe exactly what we need.
Rap is no longer relatable to normal life. If people can't relate to tracks on Watch the Throne beyond their danceability, it only makes sense that their attention will turn towards brash, un-groomed rappers.
In time for Martin Luther King Jr. Day last month, Yasiin Bey (formerly known as Mos Def and not to be confused with the ever beloved Beyonce hereafte...
Beyond the awards, this is about the art -- about putting something beautiful in the world. That is what I savored from under "All of the Lights" of the Grammys tonight.
Though I flirted with selecting one genre and perfecting it, once I began studying the diverse career of iconic composer Quincy Jones, I began to realize that the merger of Hip-Hop and Classical music is not impossible -- it is inevitable.
It was 2007 and the 9th Ward still looked like an overgrown prairie strewn with concrete slabs. In the years since then, Make It Right NOLA has assembled a living study in sustainable architecture for returning residents.
Having a child shouldn't mean your musical taste should lose its flavor. You shouldn't have to subject yourself and your baby to listening solely to Raffi, Barney and Disney tracks 24/7.
The right New Year's song captures the spirit of the passing year, celebrates the one to come ... it compels you to dance and kind of makes you want to cry (in a good way).
Grab your ear buds (or better yet, noise-reducing headphones), and get ready for a ride through the year's best songs.