Every time Kanye West is about to release a new song or video particularly one starring his wife Kim Kardashian, there co…
Well, this was a low. Jimmy Kimmel had Kanye West on his show last night in the aftermath of their Twitter feud. We were thi…
In case you missed it, there’s been a Kanye West RPG in development for some time now. Developed by Phenix and feat…
To promote Kanye's album "Yeezus" that dropped today, Scott reimagines a famous scene from everybody's favorite 80's time piece "American Psycho."
Governor’s Ball, one of the biggest NYC summer festivals, has just released their lineup for their three-day 20…
So I’ve watched this video, like, hundreds of times now, studying these Asian kids, trying to understand their r…
Someone will likely leak Yeezy's sextapes soon so it's time to start thinking about what should be on the DVD's cover. The guys over at EgotripLand had some great ideas but I'm more relieved to see other people associate the Dancing Bear with Kanye's fascination with teddy bears.
Just when you had kind of forgotten about Hova and Kanye’s collaborative Watch The Throne album, this 10 minute d…
Best New Artist is one of those awards that can be hit or miss. It reminds me of our Emerging Hotties list – you stack…
Happy Friday the 13th everyone! Besides bad luck, the thing most associated with today is Jason Voorhees and his love of…
With '11 leaving us in couple days, RCRD LBL has released its four-part playlist of their 100 most downloaded songs of the year. Featured artists include Chromeo, Cold War Kids, Lykke Li, Kanye West, Sleigh Bells, Foster The People, Fleet Foxes, Lana Del Rey, and more. Take a listen to the top 10 tracks after the jump then head over to RCRD LBL to see the rest of the list and download all tracks.
2011 was a great year for music. Multiple genres - from indie rock to rap to pop to country - all had huge years. We saw the emergence of brand new power players (Adele, LMFAO), consistency from the staples (Kayne West, Rihanna, Lady Antebellum, Foo Fighters), solid debuts from important breakthrough artists, (Foster the People, Frank Ocean) and quality sophomore releases from breaking stars (Bon Iver, Drake). We got introduced to Spotify and the cloud. Music even brought an influx of reality TV shows all geared towards finding the next best thing in music (X-Factor, The Voice, American Idol). Click through to see Al Jones' Top 30 Songs of 2011.
If you're a rapper who likes to make it rain or addicted to the smell of baby wipes, dim lighting, and flowery-smelling lotions (i.e. me), you just can't enough of the strip club. A lot of dudes think it's just one big wallet-draining cock tease, but those of us with ingenuity know to wear silk or stain shorts without underwear when receiving a lap dance. Still, with the economy sucking dong, we long for the days when, as N.E.R.D. put it, "You can get this lap dance here for free". Well, now it's come true with RCRD LBL's Lap Dance playlist. Check it out then download all the tracks for free after the jump.
At COED we try to pay homage to the funniest and most WTF sh*t on the interwebs. With our “Websites of the Week” column, we’ve done just that. If you’re looking to murder some time, you can’t do any better than our suggestions. This week’s sites feature the coolest cats to ever pose for album covers, real logos of fake companies, and Kanye lyrics mashed up with Saved By the Bell. Check out this week’s top suggestions then submit your nominations for future WOTW to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Websites of the Week”.
We're about to enter the fourth quarter for music and should be seeing a lot new releases coming out soon. Coldplay, Drake, Florence + the Machine, and Rihanna are all releasing some new cuts, some of which have been included on a very hot Songs of the Week. Last week, Pretty Lights really got it going with their song "Finally Moving". This week, we feature songs by Rihanna, Phantogram, Coldplay, Kanye, Hova, TI, and Metric. Check out which ones made the cut then vote for your favorite after the jump! Get involved. Every vote counts.
Every single day, I see some of the dumbest people and their videos. While it doesn't take a whole lot for me to laugh at someone once, that someone has to be a real jackass to keep my attention for longer than a week. For those trying to do this, I'll throw you a bone: freaking out and shoving a remote up your bum because your WoW account was suspended is a good start. Yeah I just revealed one of the idiots on our list, but trying to narrow down all the other 'tards to a concise 15 was pretty hard. Be glad you're not one of the 15 internet jackasses and reap the benefits of our hard labor after the jump!
In the 80s and early 90s, MTV served as the launchpad for burgeoning artists who broke onto the scene with eye catching videos that were more than just promos - they were mesmerizing movie shorts. But, as the network ushered in original programming dominated by reality shows and teen dramas, music videos took a backseat. Luckily, we still have the Video Music Awards, an event filled with unpredictability, shock value, and raw live music. Today, we look at some of the biggest omissions from this year's nominations. Check out our list then vote for the vids that shoulda got a nod after the jump.
In today's edition of Wrap It Up, Sesame Street claims Bert and Ernie are just friends despite an online petition begging them to get hitched, Bruce Willis will be in GI Joe 2, the first trailer for Harold and Kumar's Christmas movie hits the webs, Rebecca Black's Moment gets remixed, Stephen Colbert's newest SuperPAC commercial explores cornography, Goodyear was REALLY sexist back in the day, Kanye West bit it on stage in Norway, and much more. Check out the sh*t we should've published after the jump!
In today's edition of Wrap It Up, we cover Kanye comparing himself to Hitler on stage at a recent concert, Rihanna giving an old dude a lap dance at a concert, London rioting, the stock market crashing, Kelly Rowland's double nip slip, the kinkiest cities in America, the best places to live in America, the most important college football team ever, Tiger Woods' former caddie helping his new boss win a championship, Big Boi getting arrested, the most pathetic knock out of all time, Cee Lo Green's new music video starring Steve Urkel and much more. Check out the sh*t we should've published after the jump.
Bad Meets Evil's "Fastlane" smoked the competition last week snatching away 74% of your total votes. This week, we feature tracks from the Beyonce, Coldplay, Common, The Head and the Heart, and the Foo Fighters. Check out why our music man Al Jones picked 'em, take a listen, then vote for your favorite after the jump!
At COED we try to pay homage to the funniest sites on the web. With our Tumblrs of the Week column, we highlight the best, most WTF Tumblrs. This week’s Tumblrs feature Kanye interruptin' e'erybody, HBO's hit series Games of Thrones clashing with canceled cult hit Arrested Development, and Hillary Clinton spreadin' secrets and sh*t . Check them out after the jump.
Kanye, I'mma let you finish, but I just wanted to say that you are the most conceited and ignorant celebrity in Hollywood right now. You may have a sick new album out and I'm still a fan of your music, but please... keep your mouth shut. Or learn some social etiquette. Or at the very least, learn some grammar. Before you accuse me of being a hater, here's a list of some of your most ridiculous quotes in no particular order because they're all pretty out there. Check them out after the jump!
Esquire released their summer playlist of 30 songs every man should listen to this summer. Of the 30 there were a lot of newcomers and up-and-comers mixed in with jams from slightly more recognizable groups. While the suggestions are pretty solid, we felt there are 10 more noteworthy tracks that deserve a spot on your iPod. Check 'em out after the jump and let us know if WE forgot any in the comments section.
TV On the Radio's "Will Do" was your favorite song last week, earning 60% of the total vote. With only 2 more weeks left until Memorial Day Weekend, this week's featured songs will definitely get you in the summer spirit. We have tracks from My Morning Jacket, Glen Hansard, Frank Ocean (no relation to Billy), The Naked and the Famous, and ... Cam'Ron? You bet! Check out which songs made the list and vote for your favorite in our poll at the bottom of the post after the jump!
Is Kanye West the contemporary version of Bob Dylan? Hard to picture. Both have been embroiled in controversy. Both are considered eccentric. But their genres and styles are completely different, right? Maybe not. The folks at Voxy.com decided to put Kanye’s "My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy" (2010) up against Dylan’s "Highway 61 Revisited" (1965) in the infographic by peeling away the layers and getting down to the core of each artists' melodies by the numbers. Check out the infographic after the jump!
Last week, Rihanna's S&M remix featuring J. Cole crushed the competition with 42% of the vote for favorite Song of the Week ("SOTW"). This week, our featured songs include jams from Adele, Biggie Smalls, Katy Perry, Kanye West, Eminem, Slaughterhouse, Yelawolf, and Alice in Chains. Check out Al Jones' reasons why their tracks made his list then vote for your favorite after the jump!
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Two weeks ago, we gave away an iPad to the winner of our “Caption This” contest and this last week we anounced another iPad giveaway. Instead of doing another “Caption This” contest, we peer pressured you to get down and dirty with the rich and famous using Jeep’s “Mud U” Facebook app. After sifting through more than 100 submissions to COED Magazine’s Facebook Wall we narrowed the list down to our 16 favorite submissions (view below). See who won after the jump!
Last week, Wiz Khalifa's "Black and Yellow" crushed the competition as it garnered 72% of the total votes. This week's featured songs include joints by Destroyer, Guns N' Roses, Neon Trees and collaborations from Kanye & Jay-Z and Dr. Dre & Eminem with newcomer Skylar Grey. Read Al Jones' pics and see the videos after the jump!