If there’s one thing Tyler, the Creator is about, it’s bread. The Cali rapper’s new music video “Wus Ya Name” sees him pulling up to a French patisserie, “for this brioche my boy told me about,” and ending up in love. Solo directed under his Golf Haley moniker, he hops out of a car and into a flower boy’s paradise: garden seating filled with Black and brown people riding bikes, playing games, enjoying their day. He raps and sings the entire flirty track, stylized as “WUSYANAME,” while following a highlight-glazed beauty down the lawn. The camera pans to reveal she’s
Brandon Flowers was at New York’s JFK International Airport, getting ready to fly home to Utah, when he got a text message from a number he didn’t know.
The message praised Flowers’ band, The Killers, and complimented the singer’s style. And then there was a request: “We gotta do ‘Dustland’ one day.”
The note, which Flowers recently shared on his Twitter account, then ended with a simple “Bruce.”
In a recent Twitter post, Flowers recalled receiving that message over a year ago. He wrote how he didn’t want to jump to any conclusions, so he Googled the area code.
The wait is over: On Thursday evening, timed with the solar eclipse, Lorde released her new single “Solar Power” with a music video and announced her highly anticipated third album of the same name.
Her first new music since 2017, “Solar Power” is a track co-written and co-produced with Jack Antonoff that sounds tailor-made for lounging on the beach. With its acoustic guitar, bongo drums, and groovy vibes, it bears a resemblance to both George Michael’s “Freedom! ’90” and Antonoff’s production on the St. Vincent album Daddy’s Home, released last month.
Lorde directed the music with Joel Kefali (the
A long lost video of Van Halen performing in front of giant dinosaur statues has finally been unearthed after more than 40 years.
“At the end of 1981 Van Halen filmed some videoclip settled in a Jurassic park in Italy, the ‘Prehistoric Park’ of Rivolta D’Adda (near Milan),” notes the YouTube uploader, Kosmo VanHalenItalia.
At the time, the band were touring Europe in support of their fourth LP, 1981’s Fair Warning. The video finds the band mime-performing along to their song “So This Is Love?” in front of a stone brontosaurus, while tyrannosaurus rex, triceratops, and wooly mammoth
A photographer has filed a lawsuit against Capcom, accusing the Japanese video game giant of infringing her copyright by using her photos extensively in its best-selling video games.
Polygon reports that Judy A. Juracek filed her initial complaint in a Connecticut court yesterday.
Juracek is a designer and photographer who has published several books with photos of various surfaces to serve as a visual research resource for artists, architects, and designers.
The 1996 book (and companion CD-ROM) at the center of this lawsuit is titled Surfaces, and the description states that it “offers over 1,200 outstanding, vibrantly colorful visual
Apple is bringing video and music sharing to FaceTime through a feature it’s calling SharePlay. Using SharePlay, people will be able to watch or listen to content in sync with everyone else on the call, either by casting the content to an Apple TV device while staying on the call or by watching both on the same screen using Picture in Picture.
Using the Apple Music integration, users will be able to collaboratively queue up multiple songs (with, of course, the ability to skip songs if someone gets a little too chaotic with the virtual aux). When sharing videos through