You may not know her name, but you're already a fan.
According to actual Africans, who are using Twitter to challenge stereotypes about the continent.
She sued her accountant last year for allegedly losing her $9 million; coincidentally, her new video is about her murdering one.
Listen to "Cut With The Cake Knife," a track meant for the second S.S. album that never was.
"The video brings a new meaning to the song."
Hint: Working On Excellence
In his Obey Your Thirst documentary, Drake opens up about the city that made him great, and the spirit of competition that motivates him to keep pushing forward.
"Long story short. Fame change things."
The best untidy styles, as seen at last night's release party for Ego Death.
Sweden's CEO, otherwise known as ex-Tough Alliance member Eric Berglund, will release his sophomore album WONDERLAND on February 4. Before then, stream it via NPR.
On February 4th, Sincerely Yours co-founder Eric Berglund will reanimate as CEO with WONDERLAND. Today he shares a second song off the album, “MIRAGE.”
Sweden's inimitable CEO talks whorehouses inside of oysters, flying through the forest and why he's happy to no longer be a “fucking drama queen."
CEO, the Swedish pop mastermind with a hand in Tough Alliance and Sincerely Yours, continues his ramp-up for album number two with “Hold My Liquor,” a Kanye West cover.