News Editor Chris Coplan seeks out an answer that may not exist.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
Arsenio follows up Prince with Yeezus.
Find out which acts are the most obscure and which are the most mainstream.
The Throne extend their partnership into the board room.
You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll remember why you paid $12 to see these movies.
Rising NYC rapper previews new track “Weapon”.
Festival organizers reveal their most desired acts, why OutKast turned them down, and other juicy tidbits.
Can we just have a Kanye/Drake tour already?
And it’s “coming to theaters.”
The highly anticipated collaboration off Ross’ new LP, Mastermind.
Plus, Kanye confirms he’s in the studio working on new music.
Rap kingpin’s sixth album arrives one week early.
Kanye West, Drake, The Flaming Lips, and Rihanna hit the court.
UK crooner discusses possible collaboration in new interview.
Watch: Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon’s History of Rap 5, featuring covers of Kanye, Kendrick, Drake, and OutKast
You know what’s coming.
The highlights, surprises, omissions, and least interesting.
“Everyone has moved on—it’s in the past.”
Everyone loves a redemption story.
Yeezus may be coming soon to a movie theater near you.
It features different lyrics, less synth, and a different outro.
Watch: Kanye West defends Drake, slams Apple CEO Tim Cook and the Grammys during epic 20-minute rant in New Jersey
Yeezus had a lot on his mind when he took the stage in Newark, NJ on Saturday Night.
Kanye, Beyoncé, and Jay Z on one track.
Kanye West kicks off latest Yeezus tour with massive 40-song setlist, full of rarities and College Dropout songs
Including the first performances of “New Workout Plan” and “Spaceship” in nearly a decade.
Paging Zac Efron, Julia Roberts, and Rachel McAdams.
Yeezus will appear on the February 25th episode.
One week from today, all will be revealed.
Yeezus’ first featured appearance in two years.
The staff of Dead End Hip Hop help us blow out the candles.
Nike drops red Yeezy 2s without notice.
The pre-College Dropout Yeezy.
Chicago’s controversial emcees working on Keef’s new mixtape.
Plus: Pharrell, Chance the Rapper, Earl Sweatshirt, and Angel Haze.