'Yeezus' may have just dropped, but Kanye West is already on to the next album. The rapper revealed that his next project will be only eight songs long during an interview for an Art Basel event in Miami last night (Dec. 4).
Fans are going to have to wait until 2014 for Luke James' debut album, but he does give them a treat before the year is over with the visual for 'Strawberry Vapors,' a cut off his 2012 mixtape, 'Whispers in the Dark.'
The two songs Lauryn Hill released this year -- 'Neurotic Society (Compulsory Mix)' and 'Consumerism' -- have been met with a lukewarm response. The ill feelings are directed toward the overly esoteric nature of the lyrics, which has sometimes been described as gibberish. Her rapid delivery didn't help much either. It doesn't look like Hill is abandoning the songs, however, as she's just released the lyric video for 'Consumerism.'
Kenna is now less self-assured after the cool guy posturing of 'Love Is Still Alive' and 'Relations.' The singer debuts 'How Will It End,' a song off the recently released 'Land 2 Air Chronicles II: Imitation Is Suicide - Chapter 3.'
R. Kelly is as raunchy and blunt as they come when it comes to sexual lyricism, especially on 'Black Panties.' So it's not all surprising that he provided a literal interpretation of the standard edition of his album cover on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' last night (Dec. 5) -- the FCC would've been livid if it was the deluxe edition interpretation.
Beyonce's dad, Matthew Knowles, has been in and out of headlines over the years for his parenting skills -- or lack thereof. Now his former mistress, Alexsandra Wright, is claiming Knowles is the monster the media has painted him to be because he owes her more than $24,000 in overdue child support.
While Jay Z celebrated his 44th birthday yesterday (Dec. 4), he also took time out to remember his late friend Pimp C, who died six years ago on Dec. 4, 2007. Hov dropped a remix to his summer hit 'Tom Ford,' which features a verse from the late UGK member.
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