It's playing in what might be the most infuriating way imaginable.
Jay lends a verse to M.I.A.'s "XXXO."
Taken with a grain of salt.
It's a politically charged mid-tempo stagger.
"All I wanna do [blat, blat, blat, blat] is to treat dis-ease."
Check it out, if you dare.
Telling nothing but the "truff."
"They're uniformly awful," says 'Village Voice' food critic Robert Sietsema.
Hirschberg is an O.G. in his estimation.
"'Whale Rider' was my first acquisition at Newmarket,'' Berney said, as he ate a French fry.
Be reminded of Love's hate.
Apparently we were not the only ones who found Lynn Hirschberg's 'Times Magazine' M.I.A. profile unflattering.
"'I kind of want to be an outsider,' she said, eating a truffle-flavored French fry."
The CIA totally started Facebook and Google.
Plus: John Corbett gets belchy.
Plus: Robert Pattinson's failed rap dream.
"I find the new Justin Bieber video more violent and more of an assault to my eyes and senses than what I've made."
Where does Joe Jonas come into play?
It's a good one.
How will Gordon Brown's Labour Party respond?
But it has nothing to do with anti-redhead sentiment.
The M.I.A. signees' new track, "Tell 'Em," is a beast.