Paul Gaudio’s change of business models leads to big success for Adidas.
Mariah Carey’s reality show offers some poignant insights on the dual selves that comprise a celebrity.
Louis Vuitton and Supreme collaborate for one of the most talked about shows at the latest Paris Fashion Week.
Emilia Beuger argues that the reactions to Kim Kardashian being robbed at gunpoint unfairly dehumanize her.
Aly Nichols writes why she has enjoyed our most recent winter’s mildness.
West’s new album is a monument to himself and all the beautiful baggage that he carries.
West’s influence is comparable to Michael Jackson’s, says Becky Wandel.
More artists forego traditional album rollouts in favor of instant-release campaigns.
Rickety stop-motion puppetry reveals a pulsating, human heart.
In the follow-up to the 2013 album, “My Name Is My Name,” Pusha T returns cold, concise, and cutthroat with thrilling results.
The veteran Atlanta rapper is reflective, but not afraid of progression on eighth album.
A reflection on Kanye West’s music since his first album.
The “God” and the “King” themselves tackle Boston’s TD Garden on one of the most anticipated tours of the year.
The enigmatic ego Kanye West sets off on his first tour in five years with Kendrick Lamar. The two will stop in Boston next Sunday, Nov. 17, for on one of the biggest musical tours of the year.
Dennis Topakov discusses the rights to privacy that even the rich and famous deserve.
Collegian columnist Dean Curran thinks the phrase “No homo” is demeaning and wants people – including rappers like Kanye West – to stop using it.
From Katy Perry to Miranda Lambert, 2010 was one of the biggest years in the world of music in recent history. Collegian Blog Editor Kate MacDonald breaks down this year’s top ten albums of the year.
Kanye West’s latest album, “My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy,” was released on November 22 to masses eager to hear what hip-hops biggest loudmouth will say next. West’s ego aside, “Fantasy” is a remarkably solid work and shows the rapper’s skills not only as a songwriter but as a producer as well.
Collegian columnist Victoria Knoblauch is a big fan of new releases by Ke$ha, Kanye West and Rihanna, but vulgar, sexist and homophopic lyrics, particularly by collaborator Eminem, have ticked her off.