"A right balance between glossy K-pop attitude and keeping CL positioned where she belongs—as the baddest, coolest female out right now."
Featuring Tinashe, Ty Dolla $ign, Juicy J.
Hint: Working On Excellence
"Trav and I have a crazy creative energy together," says the producer, "that's why it feels like a party."
A young singer named Sal Houdini joins the two stars on the track.
It's cool that David Lynch is making more episodes, but this might be even more exciting.
He's heard from fans, haters, TMZ, and a record label.
It's a reminder that the colors will always brighter, and the highs higher, when we're experiencing them in retrospect.
A network of extraordinary thinkers helped shape one of the most important records of 2015.
"I've wanted very much to bring our live performance to this part of the world, but also to be a presence supporting justice and peace," she says.
With backing vocals from her seven year old daughter Sarah.
Stream the her full set on pay-per-view this month.
The ever woke artist lent her voice to a documentary about colonialism in the Third World.
The singer speaks out on Ferguson with the release of a stirring and politically charged re-write of "My Favorite Things."
Five years in, Drake has this music festival thing down pat.
Watch Lauryn Hill and Damian Marley join Nas onstage at Coachella.
Things didn't go so well the last time, but Kanye and the festival's organizers are apparently ready to try again. Yeezus will rise again in Tennessee.
In Lauryn Hill's first TV appearance since being released from prison, the singer covered the Beatles' "Something" on Late Show With David Letterman.
Ms. Lauryn Hill performs a powerful reggae version of 1998's colossal "Ex-Factor" during post-prison homecoming show.