Chris Brown’s behavioral problems may be the result of a mix of bipolar disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder E! News reports The publication obtained a probation officer’s report that includes a letter from a residential treatment facility attributing Brown’s troubles to mental health issues “Mr Brown will… require close …read more
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The February 28th 1974 edition of Rolling Stone (issue No 155) had articles about everything from the Vietnam War to the new breed of drinking establishments called “fern bars” Here are 10 highlights 1 Saturation Dylan coverage Ben Fong-Torres wrote about Bob Dylan and the Band who were touring …read more
Billy Corgan treated Chicagoans to an eight-hour electronic jam on the theme of Siddhartha on Friday The Smashing Pumpkins frontman held the performance based on Herman Hesse’s 1922 existentialist novella about a young man’s quest for self-discovery at his café Madame ZuZu’s Tea Shop and Art Studio in Highland Park …read more
Bruce Springsteen’s ongoing tour of Australia and New Zealand has featured some of the most surprising cover choices of his career but he topped himself last night in Auckland New Zealand when he walked onstage and kicked off the show with a rendition of Lorde’s “Royals” His solo acoustic version …read more
Phoenix have posted a detailed blog on their Tumblr explaining that they support and even encourage the “fair use” of samples of their music In a 188-word essay written in dramatic finely-serifed capital letters the group first explained that they were upset to learn that a lecture by Harvard Professor… …read more
Pharrell wants you to feel him. Not just hear, but feel. His already-worshipped G I R L album (out March 3) seeks to serenade and celebrate humanity’s most precious treasure—women (obvi). It’s a funky, sensory experience that incorporates feel-good falsettos, a graphic onomatopoeia (“Gush”), Hans Zimmer’s magnificent strings, a two-step …read more
Ladies, take notes.
Gyptian’s new video for the sexy “Wine Slow” is hosted by celebrity choreographer Tanisha Scott (Beyoncé, Sean Paul, Rihanna), who instructs a band of ready rump shakers on hypnotizing waist movements. The track is a favorite from Gyptian’s Sex, Love and Reggae LP. Grab some cheese to go …read more
In this episode of Movies with Milan, VIBE correspondent Milan Carter tries to solve a few mysteries.First, he sits down with the stars of Non-Stop, Liam Neeson and Julianne Moore. After working on the suspenseful whodunit film, the seasoned actors share what they think makes a stranger trustworthy. Is it …read more
Verizon cellular bills mounting?
Sallie Mae got you down?
Rent payments depleting your wallet?
Welp, we can’t really help you. But maybe you’ll find solace in Atlantic Records’ lady lyricist Snow, Tha Product’s YOLO anthem, “Fuck The Rent.”
In the San Jose, California rapper’s latest video, she shows off her grind to …read more
Rick Ross doesn’t want to be misunderstood.
His sixth solo album Mastermind was made available for streaming on iTunes last night and already the larger-than-life rapper’s rhymes are being scrutinized. Namely a line on the album’s eleventh track “Black & White,” on which the Miami MC makes a questionable reference to …read more