Can Grammy voting lead to violence? The Colbert Report implied as much last night, when Stephen Colbert's challenge to two Best Alternative Music Album nominees nearly led to a (mock) chain fight.
Doctor Who Maybe Killed the King of Pop? Meet the Sawbones Who Maybe Killed the King of Rock & Roll!
Break out your high-school French: Katy Perry's favorite Gallic pop star returns with a new single.
Kanye West and Jay-Z's lead single from Watch the Throne might not be quite as hard as its title claims, but it's still solid.
Isaiah Toothtaker's "Intruder" is a violent track that samples a cover of the Internet-birthed song "Bed Intruder." And the video for it, which borrows heavily from the 1996 compilation-of-the-vile Affliction, is more than a little chilling.
Janet Jackson announced plans for her first tour since the death of her brother Michael. Better still: She'll play nothing but her No. 1s.
Wiz's latest Stargate-produced jam is underbaked.
For your NFL wild-card weekend: Wiz Khalifa gets a Ravens revise, and Big Boi pimps the Packers-Eagles.
Inventor of G-funk, Batman to Eminem's Robin, headphones entrepreneur, chronic—get it?—album procrastinator.
Plenty of rappers boast that they're the “best rapper alive” or even “greatest of all time,” but Lil Wayne is one of the few with a legitimate claim to the throne.