Kim Kardashian and Amber Rose's have ended their fued. They even posed for a selfie. Kanye West and Wiz Khalifa also have settled their beef and had a "great convo." However, that doesn't mean West trusts Rose and he still thinks she is a "snake."
A most impressive feat for a generation as dancer Misty Copeland has made the cover of TIME magazine. The American Ballet Theater soloist was chosen as the publication's "100 Most Influential People."
With the Grammys gala hitting network television this Sunday, a laundry list of new performers has been added to the bill. New additions include Beck, Sia, Herbie Hancock, Mary J. Blige and, once again, a Classicalite favorite: Lang Lang.
When it comes to tech gear and pro audio, particularity is an essential tool in deciphering your hit-making electronics to paperweight-worthy hunks of junk. In your pursuit for perfect sound forever, Roland is rumored to roll out a new addition to the synthetic backlog of electro engineering.
While many argue the merits of the long-suffering publication as well as the results therein--hey, the lot of us feel the same way about the Grammys--the Voice's P+J issue (conceived of by disgraced music editor, Bob Xgau) is about as consensus as we're likely to get these days.
Yes, indeed, we've writ it here before. And now, alas, it must be wroughten yet again: No, Maestro Lorin Maazel is not the wordsmith his daughter is. It's not just us, though. Even the New York Post's "Page Six" concurs.