The Gang takes on terminal velocity.
The Gang takes on terminal velocity.
If you aren’t up to speed on the sounds of Bristol’s rock scene, get familiar.
“N***a never was my homie/All these bitches know you corny, n***a.”
This is both terrifying and amazing.
Thick beats and “thick women.”
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The club-ready banger appears on Calvin Harris’ upcoming album, ‘Motion.’
The new video features gunfights and badass ballerinas.
Harlem what? The new song off Baauer’s upcoming EP is surprisingly awesome.
Watch the ‘1989’ singer explain bodegas, Houston Street and NoHo/SoHo.
Lots of butts, even more twerking.
Get a glimpse of life on the road through these Australian rockers.
Try NOT dancing to this.
Who would’ve thunk it?
Drizzy surprised us with a trio of songs this weekend.
Bless you, J.K. Rowling.
Iggy season ain’t over. Here’s the new “Fancy.”
Unfortunately it will probably take three hours to get there.
1D gets in some good bonding time with Danny DeVito in the desert.
Listen to this snippet of Zooey Deschanel singing “Stay Awhile,” off new covers album, ‘Classics.’
She’s expected to have a recurring role in ‘Empire.’
The Flaming Lips frontman hopes his music with the pop star will be released soon.
Be warned: Don’t listen unless you’re prepared to get this stuck in your head for the rest of the day.
The My Chemical Romance frontman is stoked for the riot grrrl reunion.
Oops, this wasn’t supposed to drop ‘til next week.
The third decade of Def Jam’s 30 years brings us from 2004 up to the present-day.
“Touching yourself is so important.”
The legend is fighting the patriarchy with a tribute album to all-female groups.
The third installment will shed further light on the supernatural realm.
“Simmer down, bitch: It's Iggy season.”
...And it's actually not terrible.
Zach Galifianakis tackles all the most pressing topics like, Jennifer Anniston jokes, Brad’s sperm and Hitler references.
It might even sound better than the original (sorry, Miley).
But still no official word on a reconciliation.
Carnivals, clubs, galore!
Charli XCX, HAIM, Tove Lo and Tinashé are among the artists featured.
A never-before-heard ‘1989’ tune soundtracks this Target commercial.
“My name’s Kim Kardashian. I’m the dopest on the ropest person in this class” – the 13-year-old future reality star.
The ‘Annie’ reboot stars Cameron Diaz, Quvenzhané Wallis (Beasts of the Southern Wild), Jamie Foxx and more.
Let the inappropriate puns commence.
…On acid. Think ‘Blade Runner’ Meets ‘Tron.’
Ain’t no party like an S Club Party.
Club’s goin’ up. Where are you?
More unseen footage reveals itself.
...And give them some career advice.
The anticipated pairing will be officially available to the public at the first ever Hello Kitty Con.
A little birdy tells us the full performance will air on tomorrow night’s episode of ‘Freak Show.’
Damn, that’s a lot of dough.
More like the reward is more awesome music.
Peace and love... and shoes?
The band unveiled the new track at a recent Santa Barbara concert.
This 1981 Delorean DMC-12 sports car can be yours.
Good news, Swifties: The new ‘1989’ song is here earlier than expected!
It’s part four of our spookiest movies list—31 films for the 31 days of October.
The Lorde-curated ‘Mockingjay’ soundtrack brings in even more big names to its roster with “This Is Not a Game”.
Is this promotion or propaganda?
The riot grrrl trio has confirmed the details of its new album and tour and released a video for new track, “Bury Our Friends.”
Sports people are weird, man.
The creator of ‘Scandal’ and ‘How to Get Away With Murder’ sick-burns intolerant watchers.
It’s all fun and games until your favorite video game character turns around and stares at you with a melted face and one eyeball.
“Look me in the eye, baby, don't lie.”
Despite the prominence of ladies in the rap world, recent events like Snoop and Iggy’s Internet feud and the release of Future and Wiz’s new track “Pussy Overrated” prove that misogyny is yet to be eradicated.
All the highlights—and lowlights—from 1984 through 1995, from the Beastie Boys and Rick Rubin to LL and ‘Straight from the Basement of Kooley High!’
Already a bona fide sensation in Japan, this computer generated singer has opened for Lady Gaga and performed on Letterman as she brings Miku mania to the U.S. Meet the future of pop music.
Oddisee, yU and XO on their latest album, the state of D.C. hip-hop and that old boom bap.
Still doesn’t beat “Booty,” though.
Installment number three of our 31 scary movies for the 31 days of October.
A lot of epic WTFs.
All the freaks, geeks and Bowie fans crawled out to this year’s Bowie-themed bash to celebrate the rock icon’s music, legacy and, of course, his out-of-this-world outfits. Here are the best Bowie looks we saw on the dance floor.
Cats, cookies, dance parties: Can Taylor Swift get any more Taylor Swift?
Diplo may have accidentally spilled the beans on Twitter.
The DJ reveals the final track of his new album as well as a Deamau5 remix.
The debut single off ‘Sonic Highways’ is the Steve Albini-produced “Something From Nothing.”
He apparently hates his bed, his job and strangers' friends.
And hopefully resolve some unanswered questions.
The film features an all-star cast of comedians and was produced by Jay Z, Kanye and Questlove.
The first single off the upcoming Rich Gang compilation album finds mentor and mentee sounding just like each other.
Girl is on fire.
The life of a street performer looks rough.
Watch him get rammed by a sperm whale.
“Shake your butt! (But not too hard!)”
Conjuring images of smoky discothèques, groovy roller discos and uninhibited dance-offs, this L.A. producer with a rich musical background creates undeniable boogie jams.
Yup, the Rembrandts. Live from the Central Perk pop-up in New York City.
“Ironically, I care about everything.”
“Boy, look at me in my face, tell me that you’re not just about this bass. You really think I can be replaced?”
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