Kanye West recently insulted shoe selling website Zappos.com, and now the company has countered with a quip of their own.
During his appearance on novelist Bret Easton Ellis' podcast on Monday, the outspoken hip hop artist accused the online retailer of selling 's**t product.'
Yeezy's actual remarks were: "I got into this giant argument with the head of Zappos that he's trying to tell me what I need to focus on. Meanwhile, he sells all this s--t product to everybody, his whole thing is based off of selling s--t product."[…] Read more »
The same time a somewhat new track from Bruce Springsteen leaked, news of a full-length release by January 2014 also got out.
This week, song “High Hopes” leaked on November 19 and is expected to come out officially by November 25. To fans, the song’s old territory. The track appeared on 1996’s Blood Brothers EP after being recorded the year before. Not one of Springsteen’s originals, it was written by Tim Scott McConnell in 1987 and recorded three years later by the Havalinas.
While touring Australia earlier this year with the E Street Band and Rage Against the Machine’s Tom Morello, Springsteen and Morello put some Read more »
Collaborations with Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, and Bruno Mars may be an effort to get R. Kelly to seem relevant again, but the Trapped in the Closet singer has his own solo album planned – one due next month.
Called Black Panties, the album is another raunchy turn for the singer, who’s not known for being subtle or toning it down. Kelly, instead, seems to go up a notch, with one album cover (there are two – one standard and another deluxe) depicting what looks like an orgy. The other has the singer, wearing a mask, playing a woman in black panties like a cello.[…] Read more »
Kanye West is no stranger to controversy, from statements he makes to yelling at a stop sign when spotted by the paparazzi. But with the video for “Bound 2,” his latest Yeezus single, something seems off, as if he’s trying to banally court controversy by creating something ironically raunchy.
A clip for the video debuted on West’s Ellen appearance on November 18. From the start, it was clear the rapper is attempting to make a statement. But what? What looks like stock footage of landscapes (the opening seems unwittingly Ed Wood) to his ride with Kim Kardashian on a motorcycle, this looks like it could be any boring pop star’s video. […] Read more »
Starting back close to a year now, promotion for Katy Perry’s Prism emphasized a darker direction. Promotional videos had the singer burning her Teenage Dream-era wig or present at a funeral, but leading single “Roar,” with its jungle-themed video, made Perry look like she grew up more – not necessarily becoming more cynical. The video for “Unconditionally,” however, might change all that.
Debuting this week, the video features Perry singing in the snow in the dark, with metaphors galore for a relationship gone bad. Although the track’s supposedly about current boyfriend John Mayer, the imagery reflects more her falling out with Russell Brand.[…] Read more »
Justin Bieber continued his Music Mondays series this week, starting on a promise he made with the previous offering: To unveil his collaboration with R. Kelly. That track, called “PYD,” came out today and can be heard below.
The track, short for “Put You Down,” is another slowed-down soul-R&B fusion. The track is the seventh so far from the Music Mondays series.
As Billboard notes, none of the tracks have received proper promotion and aren’t expected to appear on the singer’s upcoming full-length release. Regarding the track, Bieber said in a tweet: “gonnna be another classic.”[…] Read more »
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