Even taking the musical talent of Celine Dion and the improvisational skills of Jimmy Fallon into account, I can absolutely not believe that they don’t practice these “Wheel of Musical Impression” bits beforehand.
In the past 22 hours, we have emerged from Plato’s demonic cave only to discover that our true reality is constructed by schemers and scammers, and public relations specialists have established their primacy as our shadow government. Adding to the Calgon bath of tea in which we’re currently soaking to the point of…
The We Are Here Movement is Alicia Keys’s initiative to counteract and raise awareness about various injustices around the world using, including income inequity and climate change, using the power of art and culture. Her latest campaign is a powerful video in which musicians and actors honor and memorialize some of…
Organizers promptly pulled the plug on Lollapalooza Colombia after Rihanna—slated to headline the festival—dipped out due to concern over Zika.
Rihanna—who confessed to being deeply in love with Star Trek since childhood so we have to believe it—released what’s being promoted as the world’s first-ever IMAX music video, “Sledgehammer,” a song from the Star Trek Beyond soundtrack.
Because the sky is blue and Justin Bieber will indisputably always look like an inebriated toddler, Chris Brown has found himself facing a lawsuit for assault.
During an ANTI tour stop in Dublin, Ireland on Tuesday, Rihanna broke into tears on stage as the crowd sang the words to “Love the Way You Lie.” She’s cried on tour before (in 2013 while singing “Stay”), a moment that also seemed like genuine waterworks. It’s a trip, considering how many times these artists sing while…
Rihanna dances in a lit cube in the middle of a club (wearing a somehow-cool sequin/sheer baggy jumpsuit) in the video for her EDM song with Calvin Harris “This Is What You Came For,” a song about that magnetic woman who only has eyes for “you (ou ou ou ou).”
Panda. Panda. Panda. By this time in the summer, most of the seasonal hits are a foregone conclusion, so we can all bank our beach bods on hearing Desiigner, Drake, Rihanna and, unfortunately, “Toothbrush” fifty-eleven times before we have to pack away our bikinis.
Variations on the phrase “getting one’s life” are thrown around rather loosely these days. Sure, you may have enjoyed that donut, but was it really that important? So please now lay witness to a man with a plan and a beard who truly got his damn life at the Rihanna’s show in Houston last night.
With plenty of guns, titties, violence and a boat, director Harmony Korine turns “Needed Me” into what could essentially have been a sequence from Spring Breakers, his 2012 crime drama about pretty young killers.
The trailer for an upcoming propaganda film about how misunderstood Chris Brown is entitled Welcome to My Life has been released, and it’s two and a half minutes of carefully edited footage that will probably do wonders convincing you not to see Welcome to My Life.
Taylor Swift will never forget this moment—the time Rihanna joined Swift’s boyfriend Calvin Harris onstage at Coachella for “We Found Love,” and Swift was catapulted into total exultation with her friends Haim and Lorde and Camilla Cabello (Fifth Harmony!) and Serayah and maybe some other people from her ‘Chella squad…
“You can call me Academy Award Winning Leo D,” he breathed in her ear.
Rihanna is launching a her own beauty brand next year, so you can stop stockpiling her MAC lipstick in your fridge. Just me? Oh.
Rihanna is the most important millennial of our time. The Rihanna Rihport is where we chronicle the magnitude of her lived existence.
Rihanna has a potent, wind-powered imagination in the video for one of her sexiest songs ever, “Kiss It Better.” As she worms around with nothing but black in the background, in her sheerest lingerie, it’s obvious what she’s thinking about is how good it was, physically but not emotionally.
Most of the time when dumbed-down music is marketed towards babies, I find it pretty condescending to babies, who will one day grow into adults and will, at some point, have to overcome having had the disadvantage of being played baby music, as opposed to normal music like everyone else. This world is fucked enough as…
Is there a curse on everything ANTI related? Rihanna’s ANTI tour, which is currently underway, has lost an opening act in The Weeknd, who pulled out of performing on the European leg.
Vogue has blessed us with another Rihanna cover for this glorious month of April. Obviously she looks stunning, because I’m not convinced she knows how to look any other way, and in a nice surprise, her interview is equally entertaining.