The notorious TIME 100 list was released today, highlighting the most significant artists, politicians and innovators of the day. Of course, there are the compulsory additions – think your Kimyes, your Hillarys, your Obamas – but many names that readers may not expect to be recognized are also thrown into the mix. More
It’s as if bankrupt Boston-based e-commerce site Karmaloop were the fairest dame at the debutante ball, as hip-hop mogul Damon Dash continues to spread the news that he’s buying the company with Kanye West.
Welcome to another installment of Cultural Sommelier. This week’s pairing includes two works of salacious, polarizing social critique: Mary Harron’s 2000 film, American Psycho, and Kanye West’s 2013 album, Yeezus. More
After months of speculation over its whereabouts, more than a half dozen fakes, and one insane performance, Kanye has finally blessed the world with the full version of his highly-anticipated single from his upcoming album, So Help Me God, “All Day.” More
In 2013, Kanye stopped by BBC Radio 1 to give a memorable interview to acclaimed British DJ Zane Lowe. In it, they discussed his desire to create, his last album, Yeezus, and his relationship with Kim Kardashian More
Well, no one saw this coming.
After the release of his interview with BBC Radio one’s Zane Lowe, Kanye took to Twitter to get a few things off of his chest. More
Kanye West stopped into international fast-food chicken chain Nando’s before debuting a new song at the Brit Awards yesterday. But based on the reaction of the crowd, you’d think Barack Obama was playing one-on-one with David Cameron on the other side of the restaurant.
Why did the excited crowd turn their back on Kanye? Not because they had beef with him, or thought his comments about Beck’s artistry were out of line, but because they all wanted to take a selfie. More
In anticipation of SNL’s 40th anniversary episode this Sunday night, a number of the juggernaut’s finest alumni have been mixing and publicizing the broadcast, an event that brought Dana Carvey and Bill Hader together for this magical moment in this clip from The Hollywood Reporter. More
In 2009, Kanye West interrupted Taylor Swift’s VMAs acceptance speech with one of the most notorious awards show flare-ups ever.
“Yo, Taylor, I’m really happy for you, I’m [going to] let you finish,” Kanye famously said. “But Beyoncé had one of the best videos of all time.” More