“Blurred Lines” Copyright Ruling Will Stand
A judge has found that Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams are still responsible for paying Marvin Gaye's family for their involvement in "Blurred Lines."
A Year of Lil Wayne
Lil Wayne's "Shooter" Is Where Southern Rap Showed up to Do Business
“To the radio stations, I'm tired of being patient / Stop being rapper racists, region haters.”
A Year of Lil Wayne
A Year of Lil Wayne: A Story About Representing New Orleans
On "Tie My Hands," Wayne is distinctly moral, optimistic, and New Orleans as hell.
The 'Blurred Lines' creators are still trying to reverse the Marvin Gaye verdict
The artists behind the song may have lost a copyright infringement lawsuit last year, but it looks like they're just beginning to fight.
2015: The Year White Rappers Lost
This was a landmark year for establishing ownership.
De La Soul's New Album Puts a New Spin on the Sampling Controversy
We spoke with Posdnuos about the history of sampling, music lawsuits, and the new method they've developed for this album.
Hannah Harris Green
Thinkpieces And Shit
Blurred Laws: In Defense of Pastiche and Robin Thicke
The Gaye estate won a $7.3 million copyright case against the writers of "Blurred Lines," but if the case forms a legal precedent for any stylistic pastiche, then everyone’s in trouble.
The Clear Downside to the 'Blurred Lines' Verdict
'Blurred Lines' might suck, but the copyright decision sucks more.
Objectively Correct Lists
The 13 Most Epically Hilarious Halloween Costumes of 2014
OMFG these costumes are our everything.
The Biggest Song in the Country
What Is the Biggest Song in the Country Right Now? Vol. 1: Meghan Trainor or Bobby Shmurda?
Wait, who is Meghan Trainor again?
Everything I've Learned About Sex
We put together a compendium of carnal knowledge to help you navigate the topsy-turvy landscape of today's dynamic fuckvironment. You're welcome.
The week in GIFS
LeBron James Is Returning to Cleveland
LeBron James made Decision 2.0, and let's just say that Dwyane Wade didn't take it so well. Also, Tyra Banks predicts the future of robots, and George R. R. Martin wants you to go fuck yourself.