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Tonight's Saturday Night Live gave us Waking Up With Kimye, a talk show in which Jay Pharaoh and Nasim Pedrad reprised their familiar impressions of shouty Kanye West and whiny Kim Kardashian.…   Read Story »
Pusha T released his awesomely stark and snarly album My Name Is My Name last month, and for months, he's been making cold and minimal and effective videos for the album's tracks: "Numbers On The…   Read Story »
This past weekend's YouTube Music Awards presented an interesting conundrum for this column. The show labeled its performances as "live music videos," and pulled in big-name directors to help put…   Read Story »
Gunplay might finally be getting a shot! The out-of-control Miami rap firebrand has been kicking around the margins of Rick Ross's Maybach Music empire for years, recording furious amazing bug-eyed…   Read Story »
The thunderous Future collab "No Games" is Rick Ross's biggest song in a minute, and someone must've realized that a song like that needs a video that's better than the shitty one that's just a bunch…   Read Story »
Time for another part of our ongoing series "Rick Ross Raps Well On New Wave Songs That Should Not Be Able To Comfortably Accommodate Rick Ross Verses." Earlier this week, Ross rapped over Lorde's…   Read Story »
Is Rick Ross just contractually obligated to rap on any song that mentions Maybachs in the lyrics? Lorde's massive left-field smash "Royals" is pretty much the opposite of everything Ross is about,…   Read Story »
"Hold On, We're Going Home," the endlessly pillowy, Majid Jordan-assisted New Wave jam that carried Drake to Top 40 success, yielded one awesomely ridiculous music video and placed highly on our…   Read Story »
The Future collab "No Games" is the most triumphant and visceral Rick Ross single in a long minute, so it's mystifying that he decided to make the laziest imaginable video for it. The clip is…   Read Story »
Gunplay is one of the greatest headknock rappers currently walking the face of the earth, and he's also a part of one of rap's most popular crews. And yet the closest he'll come to a mainstream…   Read Story »