Articles By Yannick LeJacq
Harmonix Music Systems, the developers of the popular music videogame franchises "Rock Band" and, more recently, "Dance Central," is officially ending it's licensing agreement with its publisher EA Games, leading many to wonder what the future holds for the company in light of its renewed success with dancing games.
Carly Rae Jepsen, the 26-year old Canadian singer of "Call Me Maybe" fame, released a new music video today fresh off her success at Sunday's Teen Choice Awards and a potential sex tape scandal.
Sony Computer Entertainment will not be announcing it's latest and most-likely final iteration of the Playstation 3 console next month at the Gamescom trade show in Germany, several sources confirm. But while the pricing for the PS3-4000 are still heavily rumored, some details on the new models have been confirmed.
Frank Pierson, Academy Award-winning screenwriter of such films as "A Dog Day Afternoon" and "Cool Hand Luke," whose career stretched over 50 years in Hollywood, passed away today at the age of 87.
Later this year, Snoop Dogg, the legendary rapper and cannabis fan will be releasing a reggae album produced by Diplo of Major Lazer titled "Reincarnated" under his new name Snoop Lion.
New York-based rapper Khalif Diouf, who has recently gained attention as a pillar of New York's gay rap community as "Le1f," premieres his new music video for the song "Wut" from his mixtape "Dark York.
Beck, the eclectic and award-winning musician of "Odelay" and "Sea Change" fame, is contributing three new songs to the coming video game "Sound Shapes."
The 23-year-old New York rapper A$AP Rocky, aka Rakim Mayers, was arrested Thursday night after brawling with two amateur photographers, TMZ reported.
Les Claypool and Co., renowned for bizarre spectacles and eccentric costumes, are offering fans a "3-D-enhanced live musical performance." We're still not sure what exactly that means.
Brian Ross of ABC News suggested this morning that the alleged shooter in Aurora, Colorado "may have had connections to the Tea Party."