Niggas In Paris
Yes, *that* Katy Perry. Yes, *that* "Ni**as in Paris."
OK it's an Internet game and his face is a ball, but this is as close as you'll probably get without being arrested.
If we were Woody Allen, we would have married -- ugh no gross stop.
The "Watch the Throne" track gets a realer-life rework.
Will Ferrell already proclaimed his downness. Now Jon Heder joins the party.
"Levels" seems to be the club jam that can be mashed up with anything. But how does it work pitted against the five best songs of last year?
The duo take on one of 2011's future-classic jams in their "Latinos in Paris" video.
Answers inside, including her hubby, her former bandmate, and, uh, James Blake.
Don't these guys know that Jay-Z and Kanye have already done it enough for *everyone*?
We know a ton of other stats too, thanks to the tireless and honestly intimidating efforts of Rolling Stone.
Jay-Z and Kanye West set a new record for that song you love, to the delight of thousands of cheering Canadians.
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