Chance the Rapper is the closest thing we have to a real life superhero, having spent the year so far working to save SoundCloud, donating more than $1 million dollars to Chicago Public Schools, and providing the youth with valuable work experience.
We now know the names of six songs on St. Vincent’s upcoming, still as-yet untitled fifth studio LP. In an interview with the Guardian, Annie Clark discussed briefly how her 18-month relationship with model and actress Cara Delevingne may have influenced the songs on the album.
Former president Barack Obama has unveiled his plans for the Obama Presidential Center in Chicago’s Jackson Park. The Chicago Tribune reports that the campus of buildings will feature a museum, auditorium, restaurant and public garden, and library, as well as a recording studio.
Canadian indie rockers The New Pornographers have been around since the late ’90s, but children’s entertainer Raffi Cavoukian apparently just discovered the group after the CBC recently shared one of their performances.
Comedy rapper Lil Dicky’s “Pillow Talk” is a truly wild song — evolving from an awkward one-night stand conversation to an existential meditation on vegetarians, Pangaea, dinosaurs, and the existence of an almighty creator.
In a new GQ profile, Stapp described the time he rented out the same tour bus in which former Stone Temple Pilots singer Scott Weiland died, where Stapp claims to have undergone a “crazy, mystical experience.”
Britney Spears is slated to perform in Israel for the first time on July 3 at Tel Aviv’s Hayarkon Park. And as it turns out, this concert is such a big deal that it takes precedent over the Israeli Labor Party’s hotly contested primary, which pushed back their election originally scheduled for the same day to July 4.