Hudson Mohawke Threatens To Leak Kanye West & Drake Songs
Hudson Mohawke has been a more behind-the-scenes figure when it comes to G.O.O.D. Music releases, but one would still assume he's getting his due credit (and pay), even if he's not releasing music front-and-center of the label.
Clippers Owner Responds To Kanye West's Request To Redesign Mascot
Earlier today, Kanye West embarked on yet another Twitter escapade, during which he revealed what he takes to be his greatest quality -- "I care." He also put forth his belief that it's possible for humans to create a utopia. After logging off for a couple of hours, he hopped back on to drop a quick request regarding a less lofty matter, as he asked Steve Ballmer, owner of the L.A.
Kanye West Has Made Changes To "The Life Of Pablo" On Tidal
While at one point it seemed that the version of The Life Of Pablo we received last month would be its final form, recent comments from Kanye West have indicated that a second mix is on its way, and today it seems we're finally hearing those proposed changes.
Kanye West's Favorite Song of 2015 Was By Justin Bieber
2015 was the year of the Justin Bieber bandwagon, and while Kanye West has sung the singer's praises today, he can't be counted among that group. Taking to Twitter today, Ye revealed "What Do You Mean," one of the singer's many recent jams, was his favorite song of last year, but let's no forget that GOOD Friday track from many moons ago.
Metro Boomin Explains The Origin Of His "If Young Metro Don't Trust You" Tag
If you're a rap fan, there's no way you're not familiar with Metro Boomin's latest producer tag, "If Young Metro don't trust you they gon' shoot you," which has appeared both on Future and Drake's "Jumpman," and -- even more prominently -- on Kanye West's "Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1". If you're a big enough Future fan, you'll know that the phrase was first uttered on Uncle Murda's "Right Now," which featured Future, but according to Metro, who discussed it with DJ Drama recently, the vocal he isolated didn't actually appear on the track.
Kanye West Suggests He's Dropping 2 More Albums This Year
Kanye West has been tweeting just about every day over the last few weeks, and pretty much every time he manages to surprise us. Saturday morning, Ye decided to share some news about future releases, both in fashion and music, and let's just say we have plenty to look forward to.According to Ye, he's got another 2 albums coming this year, and 5 more fashion collections. No more fashion calendar... I'm going Mad Max... 6 collections a year...3 albums a year
There Was A Metro Boomin Sign At The Donald Trump Protests In Chicago
Donald Trump has been a divisive figure in the American election to say the least, and the tension around his campaign came to a head in Chicago last night. Protesters showed up to the potential republican candidate's rally at the University of Illinois hours before his appearance, having a strong presence both inside and outside the venue.
Rory Fresco, Who Came After "Real Friends" On SoundCloud, Signs With L.A. Reid
Meet Rory Fresco, an 18-year-old rapper from Kansas City and the latest signee to L.A. Reid's Epic Records. His signing is based off the strength of his two-month-old track "Lowkey," which currently has over 1.7 million plays on Fresco's soundcloud, on which he has five other tracks.
Kanye West's "Final Mixes" Of "The Life Of Pablo" Are Still On The Way
Kanye shared another one of his stream of consciousness Twitter addresses today, and while he covered a number of subjects, there was one reveal that stood out above the rest. excited to see my family and finish the final mixes of the Life of Pablo and keep working on Turbo Grafx 16 and Season 4 ….
Kanye West: "Adidas Is Making A Million Yeezys This Year"
Kanye West took to Twitter yesterday to speak out on a number of things, but one tweet stood out more than the rest. In regards to his Yeezy Boost sneaker line – which has notoriously sold out in minutes every time they’ve gone on sale, including the Pirate Black Yeezy Boosts which supposedly had double the supply – Kanye has claimed adidas will be making “a million Yeezys this year, opening up new factories.”
Kanye West Just Met With Ikea Reps At Their Headquarters In Sweden
Reports that Kanye West was visiting Ikea's HQ in Almhult, Sweden first broke on the KanyeToThe forum, courtesy of a couple of photos that were snapped of the rapper during his walk through the facilities, including the brand's design sector.
Vote For Your Favorite "I Love Kanye" Remix
Almost all the tracks on The Life of Pablo are great. The one I've probably played the least is the one that doesn't have a beat, "I Love Kanye," the a cappella track that landed between "Freestyle 4" and "Waves." Still, it's an essential part of the album, finding Kanye amused by the tendency of the public to pit different "Kanyes," defined by each mini-era throughout his music career, against one another.
Kanye West Says He's Never Making A CD Again
There's been a lot of confusion over the release of Kanye West's The Life Of Pablo, particularly over whether or not the album's present state on Tidal was its final form. While rumors are still floating around about alternative versions of songs, Kanye seems to have put the hope for a physical release of the project to bed.
Kanye Thanks Paparazzi For Keeping Him Relevant
Kanye West’s behavior over the last few months has been erratic, to say the least. This also applies to his interactions with the paparazzi who hound him every time he leaves the house. While at one point Kanye even came to blows with a pap (along with comparing them unfavorably to Nazis on “Flashing Lights”), he has recently softened his stance on this particularly invasive branch of the media.
There Could Be A Version Of Kanye West's "Wolves" With Drake & Björk
The mystery of "Wolves" continues. Kanye first unveiled a version of the song during an iconic performance on SNL 40 in February of last year. The song featured Vic Mensa and Sia, who both joined him on stage. An official version of "Wolves" wouldn't be heard until a year later, when, on February 11, he played his new album, The Life of Pablo, to a sold-out crowd at MSG.
Kanye West On Pirate Bay Screenshot: "It's Obviously Not My Computer"
Kanye West has been very vocal on Twitter recently, and as a result he's opened up some conversations on a variety of topics. One of his more talked about posts from the last few weeks was a screenshot that seemed to suggest he was using torrent site The Pirate Bay. The tweet inspired a back and forth between Ye and fellow Tidal owner Deadmau5 (or as Kanye put it Dead-Mow-5), which led to his team suggesting the photo wasn't even from West's computer.In a candid conversation at LAX, Kanye has personally addressed the tweet, backing up his team's claims.
Kanye West Says He Promised President Obama He’d Produce On Nas’ Next Album
Kanye West was back at with the twitter fingers Friday night, but this time he wasn’t ranting or causing drama. Instead, the G.O.O.D. Music leader gave fans something look forward to other than his upcoming Turbo Graphx16 album when he announced that he'd be producing on Nas' next album, or least at that's what he promised President Obama anyways.
French Montana, Kanye West, & Nas Shoot Music Video For "Figure It Out"
Well it looks like we’re going to be getting a new music video for French Montana’s standout Wave Gods collab “Figure It Out,” featuring Kanye West & Nas. On Friday, the Coke Boy leader took to Instagram to share some pics & videos from their time on set.
Adidas Sold 15 Million Pairs Of Superstars Thanks To Pharrell
Pharrell Williams was always the quiet one, both in his real-life mannerisms and the way he conducts his business. It’s only fitting that the legendary producer be credited with much of Adidas’ success in 2015, despite Kanye West ruling any headlines involving a musical artist and the German brand.
When Beefs Go Too Far
Earlier this week, Troy Ave continued even further down the path of making his career double as a masterclass in wildly misguided beefing, taking aim at the deceased Capital STEEZ on a Joey Bada$$ diss track.