Following a cryptic poster campaign in Los Angeles, Lana Del Rey has released the video for her new single, “Love.” In the stunning sci-fi video directed by Rich Lee, young lovers blissfully journey through space, their vintage cars tumbling past planets. Show More Summary
Over the weekend, Lana Del Rey came out with a mythic and gorgeous new reverb-pop single called "Love." Today, she's shared its video, which is just as lovely, in its own way. The clip starts out as pure '60s pastiche, with LDR -- in a white dress, with flowers in her hair -- singing the…
Clyde Stubblefield, the iconic drummer for James Brown whose playing became a staple in hip-hop sampling, has died of kidney failure, Rolling Stone reports. He was 73. Stubblefield played on many of Brown’s classic songs, including “Get...Show More Summary
Moby recently took to social media to share alleged insider information about Trump—specifically about his ties to Russia. During his monologue on last night’s episode of “The Late Show,” Stephen Colbert responded to Moby’s claims, as NME points out. Show More Summary
The special Jeopardy! tournaments targeted toward younger people—whether they’re kids or college students—usually give the show a chance to let loose and throw in some fun pop culture-based categories about things kids like. Today, with...Show More Summary
Protesters at the Oceti Sakowin camp may be in danger, and they’re asking for your help.
Photo by Shelby Goldstein I don’t know know how I stumbled across Michigan Rattlers, but Lord am I grateful that I did. Consisting of Graham Young and Adam Reed, the duo are wonderful storytellers. The fact that those stories are told with some rocking Americana flavor is all the better. Sweet Diane feels like an [...]
A rap-centric Jeopardy! category tonight featured Drake, Wayne, Kanye and Kendrick too.
A category on tonight’s “Jeopardy!,” which is in the middle of its collegiate tournament, was called “Let’s Rap Kids!” and featured rap lyrics to some recent hits. That meant that host Alex Trebek was forced to recited the lyrics toShow More Summary
Beyhive watchers say the ground-breaking visual album is just the beginning of her tale.
Along with 6LACK and Belly.
Guitarist Larry Coryell died over the weekend in New York City. He was 73. A pioneer of jazz-rock and fusion, throughout his career Coryell was capable of delicacy and softness in guitar lines that had roots in mainstream jazz. Nonetheless, his earliest notice came as a result of his recorded work with drummer Chico Hamilton […]
Chance the Rapper took to Instagram to tease a new collaboration with Future. Watch clips below. The song is captioned “#mypeak,” seemingly referencing the title of the track and one clip tags Future’s DJ, Esco. (Future also raps those...Show More Summary
Perhaps because Jeopardy! is in the middle of its collegiate tournament right now, the game show featured a rap category tonight with humorous results. The answers to Let's Rap, Kids! involved Alex Trebek reciting lyrics from Drake's "Started From The Bottom," Kanye West's "Famous," Lil Wayne's "6 Foot 7 Foot," Kendrick Lamar's "m.A.A.d. City," and,…
Watch Chance preview the new track, apparently called “My Peak.”
The three-part Lost In Music will look back on the producer’s hitmaking trajectory.
Karen Elson is back after a seven year hiatus and is set to release her Jonathan WIlson produced album. Well, there’s one track produced by Patrick Carney and that is the track below. There’s some history there which you can easily find elsewhere. She’ll be down at SXSW. Here’s some info on the track below. [...]
Watch as the luminary explains the mystique of the city that raised him.
Starring Jesse Williams and Tracie Ellis Ross, with music from Shabazz Palaces and Kelsey Lu.
The Chicago rapper shared visuals for his just-released track.