‘When You’ve Got The Longest, Cutest Eyelashes In The Rap Game Like I Do, You’re Gonna Be A Target For Beef’: 5 Questions With Drake

As if he weren’t one of the biggest names in hip-hop already, Drake has had a major month in the news: Between dropping a 25-track album, feuding with Pusha T, and publicly owning up to the fact that he recently fathered a son, the rapper is both making headlines with his personal life and topping charts with his…

4 Times Paul And Ringo Excitedly Called A Meeting To Reunite The Beatles Before Remembering That John And George Are Dead

Rock history is full of legendary reunions, but sadly The Beatles can never be counted among them. Yet that hasn’t stopped remaining members Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr from trying: Here are four times that Paul and Ringo gleefully announced a reunion of The Beatles before remembering that John Lennon and George…

Once My Album “The Kindness Of The High Prince: He Gives Us Fast Trains,” Comes Out, People Will Understand What I See In Elon Musk’: 5 Questions With Grimes

A self-taught musician and visual artist, Grimes has spent almost a decade capturing fans’ hearts with her eclectic, experimental sound. After recent issues with her original record label, 4AD, Grimes has continued to make music, collaborating with artists like Janelle Monáe and working on a fifth, yet-to-be-titled…

Holding Its Ground: RCA Records Just Tweeted It’ll Never Pay The Foo Fighters Because Singing With Your Buds Is Not A Job

The Foo Fighters’ music has helped RCA Records make a ton of money over the years, but in spite of that, the band’s music label recently took to social media to state that it wouldn’t be sharing any of that profit. In what can only be described as an epic and defiant Twitter thread, RCA Records tweeted that it’ll…

‘I’m Proud To Be Known For Progressive Lyrics Like “Guns, Guns, Guns Aren’t Good / If You Really Need To Kill Someone Stab Them With Some Wood”’: 5 Questions With Kacey Musgraves

Kacey Musgraves’ most recent studio album, ‘Golden Hour,’ took the singer-songwriter from fame to superstardom. A country record with a pop sensibility and a progressive message, ‘Golden Hour’ received both critical acclaim and popular adoration, and won Musgraves fans all over the world. We sat down with Musgraves to…

‘When I’m Onstage Performing, There Can Be Up To A Dozen Confused Birds Flapping Around The Ceiling And I Hardly Notice Them At All’: 5 Questions With Janelle Monáe

Janelle Monáe first made her mark in the music world in 2010 with her critically acclaimed debut album, The ArchAndroid, and her incredible artistry and vision have garnered six Grammy nominations since. Monáe has also brought her powerful storytelling abilities to the big screen with roles in two beloved recent…