TIME Magazine has unveiled its annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world featuring actor Bradley Cooper and rapper Kanye West on two of the five separate magazine covers. Other notable figures […]
First Marcus Mumford drops the banjo, now he’s going hip-hop?
Also, the “Blurred Lines” verdict was bad.
McCartney’s ex took pot-shots at the former member of the Beatles, accusing him of grasping at relevance.
A scathing new video claiming to be the product of ‘hacktivist’ group Anonymous takes aim at Kanye West and blasts him to bits.
For Ted Nugent, hip-hop just doesn’t rock his socks off like the Rolling Stones or ZZ Top.
Kanye West, obviously still caught up in his feelings following an emotional interview with Zane Lowe, took to his Twitter account to issue public apologies to both Beck and Bruno Mars.
Kanye came to the BRITs. Liam wasn’t impressed.
Corgan unleashed his thoughts on the rapper’s GRAMMYs blunder and the awards ceremony as a whole.
Get ready for Who Said It: “The Greatest” Muhammad Ali or “The College Dropout” Kanye West.