Say what you will about Kanye West, the man knows his pop culture. Whether it's nods to movies ("Got super bad chicks givin' me McLovin") or music ("You know how long I been on ya?/Since Prince was on Apollonia..."), Kanye's lyrics contain some pretty clever pop culture riffs amongst all the braggadocio and Louis Vuitton plugs.
If you've been dying to find out what Kim Kardashian and Kanye's baby's name is, well, you can finally settle up all your office bets. Kimye went with North. That's right, their little girl's name is North West. Here's how the internet is reacting to this news...
While Kanye West's latest album has leaked, we can still dream about what it's going to look like. Okay, so we do know what it's going to look like, *technically,* but we really don't see why that should stop us from admiring the ridiculous album art attempts of people on the internet who thankfully don't have much else to do with their time.
Whether you love or hate Kanye's new album 'Yeezus' (or haven't heard it yet because it hasn't *technically* been released), you're going to love this track. It's the "I Am a Dog" remix of 'I Am a God.'
If there's one thing Tumblr is good for, it's single-serving microblogs that are Kanye West-related portmanteaux . First, there was Kanye Wes Anderson, and now we have Kanye West Wing. We're hoping for Kanye Westward Ho, which will put his lyrics over the stills from the 1935 John Wayne movie, Kanye Wes Craven, which will Photoshop Ye's head onto Freddy Krueger's body, and Kanye Stabbing Westward,
In what felt like classic Conan, last night's episode held arguably one of the funniest sketches the show has churned out since its 'Late Night' days. He unleashed a bit regarding what we hope would actually go down at the couple's ultra sound. In truth, it might not be all that far-fetched.
Considering how much the Kardashians love turning their entire lives into one giant press release, and how much we can't stand the Kardashians, Kanye West letting it slip last night that he knocked up Kim K by calling her his "baby mama" onstage might be our favorite thing he's ever done. Sorry, 'College Dropout.'
Yesterday's 12-12-12 benefit concert for Hurricane Sandy relief raised over $30 million dollars, but it wasn't all good. We're still cringing for Bobby Moynihan's awkward appearance as his 'SNL' character "Drunk Uncle," for example.
Maybe it's the $2,000 wig, maybe it's that we wound up using some really old makeup we found under the sink (thanks, Sandy), but something makes celebrity Halloween costumes seem more glamorous than ours. Here are just a few of our favorites from this year. And yes, that is Ellen DeGeneres dressed up as Sofia Vergara. And Miley Cyrus as Nicki Minaj. Apparently this year famous people decided that
What do Wes Anderson (screenwriter/director) and Kanye West (rapper/headline-maker/face-on-dartboards-across-the-nation) have in common? On the surface, maybe not much, but if you drop the 'T' from West's last name, now maybe we have something to talk about.
So here's the Kanye West dilemma: He's undoubtedly a talented artist who makes very good songs. But he is also, as President Obama recently described him, a "jackass" who makes people want to throw things at the TV when he appears.
Now here's a solution to the Kanye West dilemma: A cute kid of about eight lip-syncs West's songs so people can enjoy them without having to see West's smug