After a long break of not speaking to the media, Kanye West decided to break his silence to the New York Times, less than a week before the release his sixth studio album, "Yeezus."
Over the course of a few days, writer Jon Caramanica, spoke with West as he was working with legendary producer Rick Rubin to put the finishing touches on his latest project. The 36-year-old musician and father-to-be, West was both confident and candid as he touched everything from fatherhood, Kim Kardashian and why he's the "Michael Jordan of music."
Will Smith has been making more movies than music for a while now, but that doesn't mean he's done laying tracks.
As the "After Earth" star showed Letterman's "Late Show" audience on Monday night, he still knows how to rock a mic - as well as spit all of the lyrics to his hit with DJ Jazzy Jeff, "Summertime."
Two "Saturday Night Live" sets, an Instagram and 66 projector images later, we now have a better picture of what's to come on Kanye West's anticipated new album.
As promised, the rapper - not to be confused with a celebrity - didn't take part in any of the skits for "SNL's" season finale/swan song for cast member Bill Hader. But he didn't need to - over the course of two songs, West still left a lasting impression.
Kim Kardashian opened up on Sunday’s special “Ryan Seacrest With the Kardashians: An E! News Presentation.”
In addition to sharing that her first pregnancy has been “really painful everywhere,” the 32-year-old reality star and mom-to-be said she’s made comments in that past that she wishes she could take back.
The list of performers for this year's Grammy Awards thus far nearly mirrors the list of lead nominees, with a few exceptions: no Kanye West, no Jay-Z and no Frank Ocean. Well, not yet, anyway.
55th Annual Grammy Awards: Nominees list
On Wednesday, the Recording Academy revealed the first round of acts who will take the stage on February 10, which includes repeat Grammy Awards performers like Rihanna, Mumford & Sons and Taylor Swift, as well as first-timers like Fun. and The Black Keys.
“BE BACK SOON.”
That’s it. At some point on October 4, while we were all too busy looking at post-debate analysis, Kanye West — rapper, filmmaker and Kardashian boyfriend extraordinaire — deleted all of his tweets, leaving the above as the only sign that he’d ever been on Twitter at all.
Will he, in fact, be back? What if he isn’t?
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