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Lil Ugly Mane surprise-released a mixtape of old songs yesterday, but he hasn’t put out any new music since retiring in 2013. Here’s what his drawn-out exodus says about rap.
He also explained how "Only One" was in part inspired by "Let It Be."
Tracks we love right now, and why they matter. In no particular order.
11 trans-identifying persons model spring’s sharpest looks, and explain what it's like for them to shop beyond fashion's binary.
With backing vocals from her seven year old daughter Sarah.
How emojis, memes, and selfies are making us smarter—and bringing us together.
The man behind @albeesquare87 explains why, for him, every day is Throwback Thursday.
Behold, Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Cristo in Birch Plywood
Nile Rodgers says you'll be able to watch it "within the next few weeks."
Can't stop, won't stop.
It’s directed by Edgar Wright, known for Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz.
The French duo get fictionalized for electronic music film Eden.
Hear "Computerized," a collaboration between Jay Z, Daft Punk, and Kanye West allegedly left over from "Random Access Memories."
The 10-track album features his Oscar-nominated hit, “Happy,” and marquee-features from Justin Timberlake, Miley Cyrus, Daft Punk and Alicia Key; it will officially hit shelves March 3rd via Columbia.
Even though they barely made the committee’s cut and despite his own reservations, Macklemore (and Ryan Lewis) dominated in the rap categories at tonight’s Grammy Awards.
Beyonce and Jay Z, Lorde, Kendrick Lamar, Macklemore and more.
If you weren't planning on tuning into the Grammy Awards next weekend, you might want to reconsider. Rumor now has it that another big name has joined the already splashy bill of performers: Beyoncé. Because in this our Year of Yoncé, how could she not?
We track the beautiful crossover between music and fashion in 2013