Bob Dylan has a pair of poems, titled “17” and “21,” in the new issue of The New Yorker. All well and good, but I fear that some contrarians won’t be convinced of his genius until he pens a caption for a cartoon. [The NewYorker]
We sit down with Carly Rae to talk about the influence of old-school Madonna on her single cover, the excitement of working with producers Dev Hynes and Ariel Rechtshaid and, of course, her new haircut!
Following Fifth Harmony's 2013 'Better Together' EP and its full-throttle, Radio Disney-approved dance pop comes its debut album 'Reflection,' where the 'X Factor' girl group reintroduces itself as a Destiny's Child for the selfie generation.
That mysterious photo of Malia Obama in a Pro Era shirt may have flummoxed the Secret Service, but it's the latest indicator suggesting hip-hop revivalism is for the kids. The obsession with NYC's "Golden Age" of rap is no longer solely the realm of bitter, old hip-hop heads, as young New York MCs like Pro…