Like, all of it.
The eagerly anticipated, 'National Geographic'–benefiting album is out today.
The episode airs this afternoon at 3 p.m. Eastern.
"Hold up — is that a weed in my fescue?"
"How can he learn from his mistakes if you don't give him a chance?" he asks.
In fact, 'Recovery' sells more in first week than any record since October 2008.
Her new song, "Boyfriend," is fairly sweet/depressing.
"Filmed by Chiddy while in his family's village of Umuaro in Nigeria."
He's making a movie based on their 1976 album, 'Schoolboys in Disgrace.'
The twin sisters from Dublin have a very particular sound — sort of a beautifully synced caterwaul.
Whose lyrics are better qualified for Vulture to infer how to talk to girls from?
Yes, at least according to one stripper.
The Outkast rapper's frustratingly long-awaited solo album is finally streaming in full. Go!
"There's nothing worse than sitting at home and waiting by the phone."
Plus: Janeane Garofalo joins 'Criminal Minds' spinoff.
Plus: The Fiery Furnaces, Silversun Pickups, Against Me!, Keith Urban, Jeff Beck, Ronnie Wood, Billy Gibbons, Andrew W.K., The Pretty Reckless, Sum 41, Bad Brains, The Bots, Liars, Cool Kids, Gil Scott-Heron, Islands, and the Depreciation Guild.
Girls love getting licked on the cheek by people they just met.