The New York Post App Sent Nirvana Lyrics to Its Subscribers Yesterday After an Apparent Hack
Other missives from the apparent hack included “Heil President Donald Trump!” and a few biblical allusions.
Alex Robert Ross
People Show Us Their Most Embarrassing Possessions
Expired ecstasy pills, frozen rats and childhood photos of Harry Styles.
Criticising Taylor Swift Isn't About Negativity Towards Successful Women, It’s About Vindication
Kim Kardashian’s big reveal doesn’t "character assassinate" anyone; it liberates Kanye from the vilification that Taylor Swift has launched her career off.
Prince Wrote About Women In a Way That Most Contemporary Male Artists Still Can't
Women usually exist in men’s songs as passive objects, which is to not exist at all. With Prince, they were addressed with awe and empathy.
Victoria Wood's "Dinnerladies Theme" is One of the Greatest Sad Songs Ever Written
The late, great comedian may have written it as a sitcom theme tune, but that didn't stop the lyrics from being wonderfully sympathetic and quietly devastating.
Has There Ever Been a Dance Record with Decent Lyrics?
It’s time for the percolator to get down down down down around the world around the world around the world.
Kilo Kish Reveals the Most Embarrassing Moments on Her New Album
'Reflections in Real Time' is a conceptual album exploring shame and frustrations.
What Your Old LiveJournal Music Says About You
In 2005, the internet was like the wild west for sharing your feelings. And posting music on LiveJournal was one of the best weapons we had.
Kanye West Isn't Actually Crazy, But Being 'Crazy' Is Liberating
Kanye doesn't care about people calling him crazy, so he can get away with whatever he wants.
Start Your Day with Morrissey Motivational Posters
Feel the feels Joan of Arc felt.
Architects Don't Care If Americans Hate Them
"America is a new country – people went there and destroyed it when they should have known better"
R&B Artist Kehlani Is on the Verge of Blowing Up
The former <i>America's Got Talent</i> finalist is selling out shows across the country and dealing with the pressures of fame for the first time.