Don’t get it twisted: Launching a clothing line is no easy business. Many have tried, few have succeeded, and most have failed. If you think Kanye‘s Yeezys are whack, take a look at these rappers’ clothing lines that totally flopped.
Ariana Grande appears on a new track by Cashmere Cat, Britney Spears’ weave falls out during a performance in Vegas, Beck announces a summer tour, and more on First Dibs.
In times past, heavy metal was often charged with being a “boy’s club” where women were not only unwelcome, but they wouldn’t want to be there in the first place what with all the music’s fire and blood and Satan and other stuff that’s supposed to make prissy girls say, “Yuck!”
What a load of hellacious hogwash. From the very earliest days of heavy metal, female vocalists and musicians have raised an unholy racket and propelled the form forward with beautifully brutal force.
Justin Bieber wants Seth Rogan for his upcoming roast, Wale recruits Usher for his new single, The Gossip Table discuss Kanye‘s new album, and more on Last Lap.
That Metal Show is back and with it the TMS Top 5, where hosts Eddie Trunk, Don Jamieson and Jim Florentine argue about their favorite music picks. What’s different this year is TMS has been asking fans their top picks too! This week the boys weighed in with their favorite cover songs from hard rock and heavy metal‘s A-list. Read more…
Yesus is nigh! Less than a week after premiering his new song “All Day” at the 2015 BRIT Awards, Kanye West dropped his studio version this afternoon, featuring help from Theophilus London, Allan Kingdom, and Paul McCartney‘s whistling talents. The sing is a track off of his upcoming album, So Help Me God, which he announced via Twitter this weekend.
After quitting Twitter late last month due to “hatred and pettiness,” Iggy Azalea may have to quit watching TV as well. ESPN SportsCenter anchorman Robert Flores opened up the monthly segment What Did We Learn?, with mention of Laker guard Nick Young’s recent near-death encounter with a dolphin. In a completely unexpected turn, Flores proceeds to send a shot in the direction of the Aussie rapper who just so happens to be Young’s girlfriend.
The grave of “Dimebag” Darrell Abbott, the Pantera guitarist who was murdered on stage by a crazed concert goer, was vandalized a few days ago. An up-and-coming metal band named Nuclear Hellfrost was believed to be responsible, but the former lead singer of the band has since stepped up to apologize for the incident.
Kanye West posted a mysterious image on Twitter this weekend heralding his new album, So Help Me God. The internet quickly kicked into overdrive trying to understand the meaning behind the graphic, presumably the album cover for his latest project. But upon further research, it appears that the artwork was taken from a 2010 heavy metal album. Is it an homage, a rip off, or just an accident? You decide!
We need to have a serious conversation about the B-List pop stars of the late ’90s and early ’00s. When it comes to Y2K bubblegum music, we know Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, The Backstreet Boys and *NSYNC reigned supreme. However, what about the sugary acts who almost reached the success of these titans? Where do they rank alongside the A-List heavy-hitters? Let’s find out.