Twerk it, Miley.
Jay’s got righteous fury on his side.
The heaviest yachting trip of the year.
The man in $5,000 suit is writing a song for a guy who doesn’t make than in five months. Come on!
Jay-Z can afford art now, you guys.
Justin Timberlake shows up for a “Suit & Tie” reunion.
Our take on the ten songs that compromise “Yeezus,” the latest masterwork of Kanye West, released this week.
An old-school Kanye soul sample anchors a very different kind of song on the “Yeezus” closer.
A chorus hook from King L dominates the penultimate track on Kanye’s latest.
Auto-tune, Steve Miller Band and some well-chosen dancehall shoutouts on this could-be “808s & Heartbreak” outtake.
A Nina Simone sample keys the six-minute centerpiece to “Yeezus.”
Kanye gets a little too graphic on an unfocused dancehall flirtation.
The other advance track off “Yeezus” is probably the key song on the album.
The closest thing to a single to be found on Kanye West’s latest album “Yeezus.”