From Kanye to Tyler, Here's the Best Hip-Hop of the Year
Jan 08, 2014
It almost feels strange to list Yeezus as the "best hip-hop album of the year," as Kanye has become the rare artist that transcends both the genre and pop culture to which he belongs. Like no artist since Michael Jackson, he's a household name, a punch-line, and a musical visionary-and nearly every album he makes is now an instant classic. More
Shot-for-Shot Remake of Kanye West's "Bound 2"
Nov 25, 2013
Last week Kanye West released a bizarre video featuring Kim Kardashian and himself riding a motorcycle through a surreal landscape. As if that wasn't strange enough, today Seth Rogan and James Franco released their own shot-for-shot remake. More
West Stops By Jimmy Kimmel Live!
Oct 10, 2013
Despite reports it was set to be the great blow up of 2013, Kanye West’s appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night was fairly polite. More
Interactive Video from Yeezus Track
Jul 22, 2013
Kanye West debuted his new video for "BLKKK SKKKN HEAD," from Yeezus today. It's an interactive experience, giving viewers a chance to toggle the speed or take a screenshot of a monochromatic CGI West. More
Plus Wild Beasts, Cold War Kids, and Mavis Staples
Sep 20, 2011
Check out more photos from Day One of ACL Music Festival 2011 in Austin, TX including Big Boi, Bright Eyes, Fool's Gold, Cold War Kids, James Blake, Kanye West, Kurt Vile, Mavis Staples, Santigold, Smith Westerns, and Wild Beasts. More
Plus Bright Eyes, Fools Gold, Santigold and more!
Sep 19, 2011
Check out photos from Day One of ACL Music Festival 2011 in Austin, TX including Big Boi, Bright Eyes, Fools Gold, Foster the People, Futurebirds, James Blake, Kanye West, Kurt Vile, Mavis Staples, Santigold, Smith Westerns and Wild Beasts. We sent photographer Robert Redfield down to capture the action. More
Coachella 2011 Day Three Report – Kanye West, Duran Duran, PJ Harvey, Twin Shadow, and more
Apr 19, 2011
Day three of Coachella 2011 was already the weakest day in terms of the lineup, so this year’s festival ended with more of a whimper. There were highlights, including some ’80s New Wave legends, and some dancing Danes. And then there was Kanye West. More