A day of surf, sand, and designer dress clothes.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
Star-studded album features Kanye West, Drake, Pharrell, and Pusha T.
Producer Evian Christ spills the beans.
Kanye West, Tom Petty, The Killers, Arctic Monkeys, Death Cab For Cutie, and more to play San Francisco festival.
A star-studded collaboration from Future’s new album, Honest.
The new should will reportedly be called the Yeezi.
Kanye as Porky Pig? Drake as Millhouse?
It’s a long way ’til December, but we could be looking at a repeat for Festival of the Year.
Love ‘em or hate ‘em, you can’t escape ‘em.
Rising Brits to release their debut album, ZABA, in June.
Bad news for Australia, good news for the rest of the world!
Musicians who force us to draw a line in the sand.
They’ve done it again!
Also ordered to perform community service and attend anger management after pleading no contest to photographer attack.
The moral of the story? Tour, and tour hard.
Their first performance together in two years.
Artists who keep us guessing in the name of creativity.
Plus: Kanye to throw G.O.O.D. Music showcase
News Editor Chris Coplan seeks out an answer that may not exist.
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.