From Blondie to Joaquin Phoenix.
It's pretty clear to us that he let his subscription to 'Us Weekly' lapse in 2005.
Roth's first single skirts the rap cred he's accrued in favor of blatant radio pandering. Sweet!
A new theory claims that rap actually has its roots in medieval Scottish tradition. Don't tell Kool Herc.
His problems, apparently, are too legit, too legit to quit.
'I don't have a Tony, and I don't have an Oscar. I need those things.'
He's trying to finish his album, but Def Jam keeps distracting him with "denim parties."
There was a lot missing from Wayne's season-opener performance. Like, everything.
Lil Jon's "Crunk Ain't Dead" diamond pendant, the world's largest, is among the items up for bidding.
Plus: An auction of hip-hop's "crown jewels," Diesel opens big in Brazil while feeding artsy New Yorkers, and vintage Levi's sell for $36K.
We're experts at watching awards shows in our sweatpants, but actually attending in our dresses is another story.
The summer sun seems to have penetrated even the pissed off perma-haze that surrounds Clipse.
Industry insiders tell the 'Post' that Jay isn't worth the $150 million he got from Live Nation. But what does he care: He might be getting married today!