Last night, The National made their Saturday Night Live debut as the show’s musical guest. Watch their performances of “Graceless” and “I Need My Girl” from their 2013 album, Trouble Will Find Me, below.
Drake made his Saturday Night Live return this weekend, serving as both host and musical guest. Canada’s “saddest” export (and Degrassi alum) flexed his acting chops with impressions of Jay Z, Lil Wayne and the … read more »
This weekend Drake will serve double-duty as both host and the musical guest on Saturday Night Live‘s 2014 premiere. A newly released promo for the show finds Drake warming up his Degrassi-honed comedy chops with … read more »
Defying Este’s shitty high school teacher who told her she’d never be on SNL, Haim performed on the show last night, shredding through “The Wire” and “Don’t Save Me,” just two of many standouts off … read more »
In an interview for FADER’s Haim cover story, Este—the oldest sister and bassist of the band—told a really touching (and messed up) story about her teenage dreams of acting on Saturday Night Live. Seeing that … read more »
Yeezy season is happening now and will continue for about 31 more days, or until June 18th, when Kanye West’s sixth solo LP drops. The album’s excellent title is Yeezus, according to Rap-Up and a … read more »
This evening, dressed to the nines, Miguel performed Kaleidoscope Dream cuts “Adorn” and “Too Many Drinks” on Saturday Night Live. Read Duncan Cooper’s FADER #84 Cover Story on the Los Angeles singer here.
Frank Ocean appeared on last night’s season premiere of Saturday Night Live, performing “Thinkin Bout You” and “Pyramids” with John Mayer. Watch Ocean’s new video for “Pyramids,” also released last night, and for some lazy … read more »
Flatbush Zombie fan Lana Del Rey performed “Video Games” and “Blue Jeans” on tonight’s Daniel Radcliffe-hosted episode of Saturday Night Live, her American late-night debut. She seemed a little tense.
It kinda seemed like host Miley Cyrus ran over to SNL this past Saturday. And, admittedly, the band sort of performed like they were being forced to play an in-store, cross-marketing platform. They seemed a … read more »