Yesterday saw the latest (and lamest) of the broadsides drop on Rick Ross’s MySpace page.
It’s their sly new single.
And yet, as he explains, it’s not the ringtone on his phone.
Lorne Michaels wishes he had this one.
Failed rock star Weezy returns to spitting rhymes with a high intensity.
Banhart has shaved off his beard, and he seems to have lost some of his folk-freakiness in the process.
Lil’ Mama seems to be a natural, no matter what she’s doing behind the mike.
“Criminology 2”: Is Rae doing it “‘09 style,” as he claims? Nope!
Bowie handpicked TVOTR to cover him in their love.
New song is promising first sign of a solo album!
The “serious lady” who is the subject of the National’s new song knows “there’s no leaving New York” and prays “for Pavement to get back together.”
Damon Albarn took over the airwaves at BBC’s Radio 1 to drop three new ‘rillaz demos.
“‘Twist and Shout’ on the radio. Those were the days. Bring ‘em back.”
It’s a video!
This goes out to all you scarecrows filled with nothing but dust and wheat!
In “Hold Time,” he ponders an intimate moment that “worthless photographs” would not do justice.
See the video!
“[EXPLETIVE DELETED] IS DOPE!! DRUMS ARE CRAZY AND I LIKE THE KIDS ON THE HOOK.”
Instead of sounding tired and gimmicky, tracks like “Dirt Off Your Android” actually add up to something!