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After teasing it out, in various different forms, for the better part of a week, Justin Timberlake has just announced his first new album since 2006's ridiculously good FutureSex/LoveSounds. In an…   Read Story »
When the trailer for Baz Lurhmann's Great Gatsby first appeared, the inclusion of Jay-Z and Kanye West's "No Church In The Wild" was a bit of a head-scratcher. As it turns out, the Watch The…   Read Story »
2012 was the first full year without LCD Soundsystem since James Murphy distilled the fleeting essence of cool into seven-some comically heartrending minutes a decade prior. To remind us what we lost…   Read Story »
Frank Ocean has had a pretty good year, and he's closing it out in style, cleaning up on year-end lists and now, being nominated for Grammys in six categories: Album Of The Year, Record Of The Year,…   Read Story »
Last month, Philly rap energy-bomb released his very good album Dreams & Nightmares. Before the album dropped, Meek had mentioned that Jay-Z had contributed a verse. But Jay, possibly unhappy with…   Read Story »
Jay-Z just went on at Obama's final Ohio rally. Watch it below! UPDATE: Jay-Z's performance is over but now Obama's speaking, which you can totally stick around for if you want to. Streaming…   Read Story »
Barack Obama and Jay-Z pretty much have each others' backs, so it's probably no surprise that Jay-Z filmed B.O. a campaign ad. You can watch it below. Just saying: presidential campaign TV ad…   Read Story »
Though Jay-Z told Rolling Stone that there wouldn't be any guests hitting the stage during his eight-night run at Brooklyn's brand-new Barclay's Center -- he wasn't exactly true to his word -- the…   Read Story »
Back in 1990, an extremely young Jay-Z showed up wiggita-wiggitaing all over "The Originator," a single by his fast-rapping buddy the Jaz. And between that moment and 1996, when he released his…   Read Story »
"Nothing feels like tonight," Jay-Z kept repeating on-stage at last night's Barclay's Center-opening blowout, a night that Jay himself and NYC developer (/civic villain, depending on who you talk to)…   Read Story »