‘The Life of Paul’ adds some serious depth and context to Kanye’s latest release.
West's latest album might very well be Platinum-worthy, but this plaque isn't legit.
A new lawsuit alleges the release of Kanye's album was a "cynical attempt to trick his most devoted fans into signing up for subscriptions."
Kanye's making history with his seventh number one album, but don't believe what some are reporting about his other historic achievement.
Thank Yeezus, we can finally move on from this particularly ugly time in music history.
TIDAL claims that Kanye's "TLOP" album was streamed 250 million times in ten days, we don't believe them. Here's why...
As the week's tick by 'TLOP' is looking less like a poorly executed album release and more like fraud.
Warning, there's going to be some serious bleached a**hole talk, so you might not want to read this at work.
Reports have surfaced that 'TLOP' has, so far, been streamed 100 million times. Here's why that number is almost assuredly wrong...
We went through all 103 people who contributed to Kanye's latest and were shocked to discover Drake got songwriting credit for these two songs.
At first glance, the cover art for 'The Life Of Pablo' is Kanye's most shallow to date, so we went in search of something deeper.
After just one listen, it's clear that while West might be losing his mind, he hasn't lost the ability to make great music.