What we were into this week and why.
Good or bad, on-screen nudity has long been a female-dominated arena. But Ben Affleck’s full-frontal in ‘Gone Girl’ may just be the catalyst that finally levels the playing field.
Despite the prominence of ladies in the rap world, recent events like Snoop and Iggy’s Internet feud and the release of Future and Wiz’s new track “Pussy Overrated” prove that misogyny is yet to be eradicated.
“People have told me horrific things and shared very sad stories. I guess you forget that it can happen and you're not prepared for that.”
Already a bona fide sensation in Japan, this computer generated singer has opened for Lady Gaga and performed on Letterman as she brings Miku mania to the U.S. Meet the future of pop music.
Oddisee, yU and XO on their latest album, the state of D.C. hip-hop and that old boom bap.
All the freaks, geeks and Bowie fans crawled out to this year’s Bowie-themed bash to celebrate the rock icon’s music, legacy and, of course, his out-of-this-world outfits. Here are the best Bowie looks we saw on the dance floor.
NYC streetwear queen Leah McSweeney is giving West Coast a taste of New York gangster with her new Married to the Mob pop-up shop in L.A. Here are some of the bitchin’ people we met at the opening party.
Still doesn’t beat “Booty,” though.
A lot of epic WTFs.
Cats, cookies, dance parties: Can Taylor Swift get any more Taylor Swift?
The debut single off ‘Sonic Highways’ is the Steve Albini-produced “Something From Nothing.”
Prepare to get weird with “Building It Still.”
The famous radio host says that the hip-hop world is always duking it out.
And hopefully resolve some unanswered questions.
The film features an all-star cast of comedians and was produced by Jay Z, Kanye and Questlove.
Dreamy, hazy and ethereal, let the guitar pop of this New York musician sweep you off your feet.
Who knew “Oh my gosh, look at her butt” could sound so deep?
The first single off the upcoming Rich Gang compilation album finds mentor and mentee sounding just like each other.
Katniss returns home to District 12 as Lorde’s song soundtracks the dramatic scene.
Girl is on fire.
Watch him get rammed by a sperm whale.
Two heads sing better than one?
“I keep syrup in my soda / Like Jody Highrolla.”
“Shake your butt! (But not too hard!)”
Yup, the Rembrandts. Live from the Central Perk pop-up in New York City.
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