RIP Nathaniel Dwayne Hale, or as you knew him, Nate Dogg. The 213 founding member, g-funk star, and collaborator and friend of Snoop Dogg, Warren G, Dr. Dre, Tupac, and countless others was found dead late last night in his home. He was 41.
Of course The Black Keys rock, but they also slay a slow jam. Recorded live in the studio in Muscle Shoals, AL during the making of Brothers.
Spike Jonze’s collaboration with Arcade Fire, Scenes From The Suburbs, is set to screen at SXSW this week. Watch the trailer (with Win Butler narrating) now .
Catherine Zeta-Jones in a newly single mom who has just moved to NYC with her kids to start her life over. Suddenly, she is dating the nanny (Justin Bartha), who is twenty years younger than her. I’m pretty sure that makes her a cougar.
The first single off the forthcoming album, Waisting Light, Pat Smear is back with the Foos, both on the album and in the video, directed by Dave Grohl. The video is interesting enough, but the song sounds a little…familiar.
We bring you the best, but sometimes it’s the best of the worst. Here is 3:47 of epic FAIL for you to enjoy. I think the lyrics were written by a monkey. A monkey who loves Fridays.
The gents from The National have two celebs in their new video: Flight of the Conchords’ Kristen Schaal as Madam President, and Mad Men star John Slattery as the lonely-hearted cabinet member of Madam President’s office. Its an odd clip.
Po (Jack Black) joins forces with a group of new kung-fu masters to take on an old enemy with a deadly new weapon. This one’s got an all-star cast including Gary Oldman, Angelina Jolie, and Seth Rogan.
Paz Vega is a high-end escort who accidentally ends up with the key evidence to a scandalous government cover-up. Two bumbling young detectives become her unlikely protectors from a ruthless assassin hired to silence her.
Oh so you like Kanye? This mix is definitely for you. Toronto-based DJ and producer M-Rock shows his skills and his love on “The Best of Kanye”.
One summer afternoon, out of boredom and peer pressure, three best friends (Dan, Mark, and Hugh) go to visit Dan’s sister for dinner. Of course, what starts off as an innocent trip spirals into an outrageous series of events none was prepared for.