Musicians are the beefiest bunch out there, always slinging mud at one another, so sometimes it’s hard to keep up with who’s pissed at who. But sometimes there’s beef that’s so random and weird you forget that it actually happened. Like Coolio getting super mad at Weird Al Yankovic. Seriously, who even gets mad at Weird Al Yankovic?!
2NE1‘s CL confirms she will make a US debut, Lorde‘s Hunger Games song makes it to the new trailer, David Letterman opens up about how the Foo Fighters made a big impact on his relationship with his son and more on First Dibs.
Imitation may be the sincerest form of flattery but in reality, it’s just plain annoying. Pop diva Lady Gaga has been called out by many for being a habitual copycat. But in her defense, nothing is original so maybe she just borrowed other people’s ideas and tried to make them better? Madonna, Annie Lennox and Cam’ron may think otherwise. Revisit all those times Gaga thought she was being daringly original and instead should have given credit where credit is due.
Lady Gaga gets naked and inked on Instagram, Switchfoot’s new documentary gets an airing on Palladia, Jordin Sparks moves on from Jason Derulo and more on today’s Last Lap.
Michael Jackson‘s “Thriller” is getting remade in 3-D, Diddy gushes about J. Lo‘s booty, Law & Order: SVU previews an episode inspired by the Jay Z and Solange “elevator incident” and more on Last Lap.
Artists love their music, they love their fans, but they usually don’t have much love for the music business itself. As a loose confederation of small recording studios gave way to the lucrative music industry of the mid-20th century, shrewd moguls began scamming money out of over-eager musicians via unfair recording contracts. These pinned most of the label’s expenses on the artist while most of the profits ended up in the pockets of greedy label execs. Plenty of musicians have been screwed by the business, but what are some of the worst disputes involving artists and crappy contracts?
In honor of Video Vixens Month, the women of VH1 reveal the ever-so-sexual hunks in trunks that first caught their eye. Yes, we’re guilty of being completely envious of stars like Katy Perry, Janet Jackson and Britney Spears who have rolled around and had all sorts of fun with our favorite male models, but recalling the details of these steamy videos makes us feel like we were part of the action. What? A girl can dream…
Tomorrow’s MTV Video Music Awards will feature 2014’s hottest performances. However, if history has taught us anything, it’s that artists can bring down the house while making egregious fashion fails. Miley Cyrus twerked her way toward infamy last year, yet her forgettable ensemble looked like it came from a retailer’s discount bin. In the `90s, Marilyn Manson disturbed us with leather and mesh, while Paula Abdul doubled down on using rhinestones.