Fashion

A$AP Ferg's New Music Video Was Made on His Phone During Fashion Week, and It's Awesome

We've reached an even higher plane in fashion's increasingly intimate relationship with hip-hop: Rapper A$AP Ferg used footage he filmed during New York Fashion Week to create the music video for his track "Dope Walk." It's a visual tour of backstages, runway shows, run-ins with front-row-level celebrities (Beyoncé, Kris Jenner, Kanye West, Justin Bieber, and Big Sean, among others, make appearances), and the little moments in between where you end up in dance battles with either your friends or designers like Jeremy Scott. All of it framed as a FaceTime session with British supermodel Cara Delevingne. see more
Music

Big Sean on Staying Humble, Working With Kanye West, and His Critically Acclaimed New Album, Dark Sky Paradise

Hearing Hov say "Great job on this album!" and then NOT waking up in my bed in Detroit at my mom's house was awesome. @zenojones A photo posted by BIGSEAN (@bigsean) on Feb 20, 2015 at 1:49pm PST see more
Celebrity

Calvin Harris' New Underwear Ads Remind Us That There's Hope for Us All

Once upon a time, Calvin Harris was just a skinny, pale young Scot trying to make a name for himself in the music industry. But now he looks like this: The 31-year-old DJ was already the spring 2015 face of Emporio Armani's men's collection, but he revealed this morning that he's also signed on to model the brand's underwear. Dude's definitely got the body for it. And while we could look at these images (and the unabashedly ab-tastic behind-the-scenes video below) and be depressed about not having a stomach that could double as a cheese grater in a pinch, we're see more
Fashion

Supreme Taps Neil Young as the Star of Its Latest Campaign

Neil Young for Supreme A photo posted by Supreme (@supremenewyork) on Feb 16, 2015 at 8:32am PST Why, it was just a few weeks ago that we noted that fashion brands have been turning away from willowy models who are barely of drinking age in favor of, well, gentlemen of a certain age. The latest brand to choose an iconic older man to front for it is the downtown label with ties to the skateboarding world, Supreme, which revealed its latest campaign star is none other than the 69-year-old singer-songwriter Neil Young. If you're able to collect Social Security see more
Music

The 31 Most Romantic Songs of All Time, for Valentine's Day and Beyond

Flowers, chocolates, maybe some champagne—you probably have the staples of a good Valentine's Day covered already. If your plans with that special someone are currently at a 10, a great playlist of romantic tunes will take it to 11. There are some songs that are too classic to not include in this mix ("At Last," "When a Man Loves a Woman,"), but we didn't want it to be too conventional, so you'll find a few outliers from the likes of Josh Ritter, John Hiatt, and, yep, Method Man. It's the perfect soundtrack for slow dancing and, hopefully, something a bit see more
Music

32 of the Raunchiest, Nastiest Sex Songs That Will Make Even 50 Shades Fans Blush

This Valentine's Day, thousands will flock to theaters to see just how far the film adaptation of 50 Shades of Grey will go in re-creating the book's BDSM scenes. Well, if you want to get even more in the mood for this cinematic event—or just psyche yourself up for watching the movie in public, where you might be recognized—just take a listen to these 32 tracks that contain some of the sexiest, raunchiest lyrics ever recorded, whether it's frank descriptions of BDSM (the Velvet Underground's "Venus in Furs"), odes to going downtown ("Put It in Your Mouth," "My Neck, My see more
Celebrity

Common on Being Nominated for an Oscar and Why Selma Wasn't Snubbed

It's been 23 years since Common, then known as Common Sense, released his debut album Can I Borrow a Dollar? and now the rapper-actor-activist is enjoying one of the most successful periods in his esteemed career. He's up for two Grammys this weekend, including Best Rap Album for his 10th LP, Nobody's Smiling, which is inspired partly by the street violence in his hometown, Chicago. On an even bigger level, he's fresh off a Golden Globe win for "Glory," the original song he and John Legend wrote for the movie Selma, in which he also stars as voting-rights leader James see more
Celebrity

Mark Ronson: "I'm Very Aware of My Place in Music"

Mr. Ronson, over the last 15 years you have worked as a producer for numerous artists, including Amy Winehouse, Adele, and Paul McCartney. In what moment do you realize that a track you're working on will be a success? I never know that when I'm working on it. You can only go by the energy in the room. Sometimes there are songs that can turn out to be really great, but whenever you're working on them it feels like work. You're like, "Ugh, what's the next chord?" And those songs can turn out to be successes too, but every now see more
Celebrity

Rihanna Reveals Video for "FourFiveSeconds" Featuring Kanye and Paul McCartney

Rihanna's long-awaited return to music has finally happened, with a little help from her iconic friends Kanye West and Paul McCartney. Her latest single, "FourFiveSeconds," showcases a grittier side of the pop princess than we are used to seeing, and the video follows suit. In the black-and-white video directed by legendary fashion photog team Inez and Vinoodh, Rihanna belts out her emotional lyrics with slicked-back hair and an oversize vintage Sean John denim jacket (borrowed from Kanye's closet, obviously), while her costars keep it classic with fitted denim jackets and jeans. If the rumored Rihanna X 'Ye tour is see more
Celebrity

Drake, Katy Perry, and Sam Smith Are Not Immune to Your Twitter Hate

Proof that fame and fortune serve as a buffer against even the most vicious (and grammatically incorrect) of insults: Jimmy Kimmel's ever-popular "Mean Tweets" segment, in which celebrities willingly (sometimes even cheerfully) read Twitter taunts directed at themselves—to hilarious effect. Last night's edition was musician-themed (with the Grammy Awards coming up in under a week), giving stars the opportunity to address such 140-character-or-less slams as "Drake looks like Voldemort with hair" and "The weather in NYC right now is like a young Britney Spears: Pretty hot, kinda gross." Pitbull suffered perhaps the most disturbing virtual attack of this installment, see more
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