He adds, “[Eminem’s] thinking of saying cool shit rather than making a good song.”
“This record is going to punch you in the fucking face and burn everything in its path.”
Billy Corgan, James Iha, and Jimmy Chamberlin find balance nearly two decades later.
The latest single from the band’s forthcoming reunion album.
Billy Corgan, James Iha, and Jimmy Chamberlin come together for their first recording in 18 years.
The pop singer’s first album in five years also features contributions from Anderson .Paak, Demi Lovato, and Mike Dean.
The rapper also reportedly held recording sessions in Wyoming last month.
“I think people might be getting sick and tired of being manipulated by Billy,” Wretzky writes in a message posted to Facebook.
Corgan recently worked with the legendary producer on his latest solo album.
Judd Apatow and Michael Bonfiglio’s music documentary is a total joy.
Chicago native is the first rapper to be signed by Rick Rubin in over 20 years.
Marshall Mathers sounds ugly, arthritic, and pleasureless on his disastrous ninth studio album.