In an interview today, the fallen-off super-producer claims Jay-Z wants him to do his entire new album, which would be bad, obviously.
Plus new music from M. Ward and Dizzee Rascal.
Last night, on 'Canadian Idol,' an idiot in a vest sang 'Dancing in the Street.'
Our money's on 'Chinese Democracy'!
Plus: Smashing Pumpkins cover Iron Maiden!
The lumberjack-looking men labored mightily, but one sensed a little crankiness.
Plus: Shamefully, 'Meet Dave' director Brian Robbins has never seen 'Small Wonder.'
Summer concertgoers — particularly women — now have to deal with blog photographers and their long-lens cameras.
Seriously, everyone seems to disagree on this. 'Mij-mit'?
New ads on the New York subway are basically ads for Kanye West, not for the liquor he's supposedly endorsing.
A copyright lawyer argues that if the U.S. military wants to use your music to torture prisoners, you should get your cut.
'Maybe you are the next Lil Wayne, but probably not,' he told a room full of kids.
Plus: New music from Nellie McKay and RZA!
Why does this guy even bother recording albums anyway?
The kings of red-state radio rock sign a $70 million deal.
Plus: New music from the Kooks and Max Vernon!
Plus:Sacha Baron Cohen's homophones will be hilarious to homophobes.
When he strolled onstage, belly-dancing erupted in the audience.
Plus: At long last, new music from Huey Lewis and the News.
Albert Hammond Jr. started off his private set at Mercury Lounge last night in an intimate fashion.
Before Gerard Way was the lead singer of My Chemical Romance, he was an aspiring animator and comic-book artist working for the Cartoon Network.
So what is the song of the summer anyway?
As the Police finish their last tour ever, revisit their last last tour ever as WLIW broadcasts one of the final shows in 1983's Synchronicity Tour.
We're not usually that political at Vulture, but in this case we must speak out.
See Kanye's new vodka commercial!