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Coach's Spring Ads Are for Cool Kids Only

Kid Cudi's been doing a little more than freeing his mind at night. Joining actress Chloë Grace Moretz, the two have become Coach's new frontrunners for their spring 2015 campaign that's expected to run in March issues of publications including Vanity Fair, GQ, Nylon, and, oh, well, look at that—even here. Titled "Dreamers," this campaign features Cudi and Chloë in black-and-white portraits, as well as colored close-up shots of their bags. Photographed by Mikael Jansson and styled by Karl Temper, the duo follow in the steps of Zoë Kravitz, Odeya Rush, Christopher Abbott, and Banks, who were the stars see more
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Justin Bieber to Be Publicly Humiliated for the Sake of Charity

It usually takes a lifetime to rack up the material needed for a Comedy Central Roast, but it looks like Justin Bieber is going to get his reputation and headline-making antics dragged over the coals early. see more
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See 50 Years of David Bowie's Hairstyles in 5 Seconds

A half-century is an awfully long time, and yet if you count backward from 2014 all the way to 1964, you get a pretty comprehensive look at David Bowie's iconic, genre-defying career. The only thing that can rival the performer's musical contributions to the cultural canon is, of course, the shockwaves his rebellious fashion sense created. And, as you'd expect, for each of those singular looks came a hairstyle that was equally as noteworthy. Now, artist Helen Green has compressed all these tonsorial experiments down into one tightly edited .gif, thus displaying maximum impact of the rock star's grooming choices see more
Music

After 15 Years, D'Angelo Releases the Long-Awaited Album Black Messiah

With today's sudden release of Black Messiah, D'Angelo can finally complete a journey he started nearly 15 years ago, when he brought his Grammy-winning, chart-topping R&B-soul masterpiece Voodoo to the world. The "Untitled (How Does It Feel)" video, showing off the singer's chiseled body, helped make him into a star before virtually disappearing for the better part of a decade. Within a couple of years, he went from a shy artist to a sex symbol to an alcoholic, drug-addicted recluse, gaining a lot of weight and being arrested for cocaine possession and soliciting sex from an undercover police officer. As see more
Music

Here's a 13-Year-Old Crushing One of the Most Iconic Songs of All Time

This won't be the last time we say this, but Mondays are tough. So to get you through whatever trials and tribulations you're facing today, please enjoy this video of a 13-year-old Scottish girl named Jade Burke just completely slaying Whitney Houston's iconic power ballad "I Will Always Love You." see more
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Punk Is Having Another Moment—Onscreen

Cynics have been screaming that "punk's dead" since 1977—the year some say the first wave was born—but it's never really gone away. It just takes on new forms. When commoditized down to just a fashion trend, the genre feels sad and old: Urban Outfitters selling Misfits and Nirvana tees, safety-pin-themed lunchboxes at the mall. But there's a vibrancy to the new revival, and it goes way beyond the resurrection of Dave Grohl and his documentary series Sonic Highways on HBO. Last month, the Vaselines—known as one of Nirvana's most oft-covered bands (they penned "Jesus Don't Want Me for a see more
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Steve Carell and a Barbershop Quartet Covered "Sexual Healing" and It's Glorious

We live in the age of the mash-up, the cover, the remix, and the makeover. But when Marvin Gaye's smooth, sensual anthem to the birds and the bees—"Sexual Healing," duh—is covered by Steve Carell in the style of a ragtime barbershop quartet, well, we've seen it all. Enjoy the ridiculousness of this awkward musical collision, above. see more
Design

These Speakers Help You Listen To Music and Save the Environment at the Same Time

Audiophile approved quality and environmental sustainability don't necessarily seem like common goals, until now. Vers Audio's new line of Q speakers are handmade from solid wood (you can choose between walnut or ash) that infuse some organic modernism into a powerful bluetooth speaker that won't take up more room on your shelf than a paperback book. The speakers, which come in two sizes, utilize natural wood acoustics to decompress sound (which digital files tend to constrict), meaning your carefully curated Spotify playlists sound better than ever. Plus, Vers uses all sustainable materials (no endangered woods here) and even plants see more
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The Grammy Nominations Are a Reminder That This Is About Popularity, Not Talent

For many years now, the Grammys—"music's biggest night"—rarely feel like they're on the cutting edge of anything. The 2015 nominations may be the first signal of progress in a long time. For starters, they aren't making fans sit through a prime-time nominations concert this year, eschewing the forgettable format in favor of rolling out the announcements throughout the day in a lead-up to A Very Grammy Christmas, an evening concert featuring Sam Smith, Mary J. Blige, Ariana Grande, Tim McGraw, and the band that are always around even when it seems like they don't have any new songs, Maroon 5. see more
Music

Kim Kardashian's Butt Did Not Break the Internet. Psy Did.

Feel how you will about Psy's catchy 2012 hit "Gangnam Style"; the rest of the world has turned its accompanying music video into the most watched thing on YouTube. In fact, it's been viewed so many times that it almost broke the video-sharing site's hit counter. see more
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