Daddy's not gonna be too happy about this.
Daddy's not gonna be too happy about this.
Petty amicably refers to the incident as a "musical accident."
West will also be appearing on today's 'Ellen' show to debut the new video.
This New York band saw the future of rock—literally.
Messier and messier.
Join the Millions of Musicians and Artists on Myspace
Farrell is doing God's work.
It joins a few other phrases from '1989' that she's already trademarked.
Hint: There's a lot.
The Northern California trio delivers relentless energy on their upcoming release, 'Capricorn.'
Lie, cheat, steal, kill, win: Everybody doin' it.
The name of the celebrity rhymes with "Rake," she says.
Directed by Paul Feig, the film is aiming for a summer 2015 start date in New York.
'The Boy Next Door' features J.Lo and an obsessive teenage hook-up, a look at five other films where women fall for younger males.
"But Mark and Travis know all of this."
Yet another blockbuster franchise for Pratt?
IT'S GROWN SENTIENT, GUYS.
...So goodbye and so long.
Out this August, it's our first peek at the new film starring a new cast.
The multi-instrumentalist renaissance woman talks her many talents. (And maybe also about a conversation she had once with a chicken.)
Is that you, John Wayne?
Welcome to the Future.
Creator Jeff Franklin's birthday party got epic
These Brooklyn Indie pop-rockers could be your soundtrack for this summer.
On her new album
What we were into this week and why.
Featuring Paul McCartney and Kanye West
Meet up with Diplo and bar hop with the gang
What a 'Heartbreaker'
Sansa Stark is Jean Grey!
He's there to save Springfield, of course
Could it be his next hit?
The Brooklyn duo has taken their relationship to a new level as they prep for the release of their new EP, 'Six Wives.'
Examining Sleater-Kinney's legacy upon the release of their triumphant comeback album, 'No Cities to Love.'
They're on the edge / of glory
He also reprises his role as Scotty
Could this mean a collaboration?
Celebrating the premiere of the final season of 'Justified' with this simple theory: Olyphant in a hat = guaranteed quality programming.
Starring 'Fifty Shades of Grey''s Dakota Johnson
For the first time, ever
Celebrating Marvel's successful return to 'Star Wars' comics by taking a look back at the publisher's original comic-book series.
Otherwise known as #BieberRoast
This New York duo tells Myspace everything—except for their real names.
The 17-year-old is being dubbed as Rihanna’s successor to the style-pop throne.
The five comedic faces of Larry Wilmore, from 'In Living Color' to 'The Bernie Mac Show.'
They last worked together in 2012's 'Born to Die'
The electronic music trailblazer heads back to the disco
That song is called “Iconic”
The 21 year old has already conquered the UK—is he headed stateside next?
And it's all based on a real-life light-rail coyote in Portland.
“We need to involve the fans.”
So much for waiting.
Indie singer/songwriter goes big with his latest release, 'Where In Our Woods.'
The cause of death has not yet been disclosed.
More than one man thought it was good idea to be a superhero whose powers were to grow small and talk to ants?
Blonde wigs, sad mimes and all.
The most adorablest, heartwarmingest video ever.
The 17-year-old from Maryland packs a wallop with her voice.
Sorry, Lorde—nine original songs the Academy passed up on this year.
Spitting rhymes from Manchester to Miami, the rapper sets out to conquer U.S. airwaves.
There's Karrot Terrine, Mak N Kheese, Khicken Fried Rump Roast... :(
All new songs, all new episodes.
In his book, ‘Yesterday’s Tomorrow,' Kirk showcases intimate shots of artists like Gucci Mane, Jeezy and Pharrell.
There's Connie Britton, Sarah Silverman, Norman Reedus, Andy Samberg, J. Mascis, Gerard Way...
In celebration of the wide release of 'Inherent Vice,' we take a look at our fave PTA Fiona Apple videos.
The brothers Kaulitz are stateside and they're answering your fan-submitted questions.
The long-delayed biopic is finally taking off.
The pop star says she "put her foot down" during negotiations.
Pizza, truth or dare, puppy painting: a typical sleepover hosted by Emmie.
Skittles + donuts forever.
Heheheheh, she said "Tity Boi."
Missing limbs! Blades through skulls! FINISH HIM! GORO LIVES!!
The bluegrass prodigy turned metal guitar virtuoso rules on all strings.
All the moms go heeeey.
The director also revealed that he originally wanted to direct ‘Episode VII’ himself.
The latest Mahogany Sessions.
"That's what I love about these high school girls, man. I get older, they stay the same age."
The 'Gone Girl' triple threat is back.
The band is unveiling each track one by one via YouTube.
And it's directed By Roman Coppola!
Muddy muddy muddy mudddddd.
The tribute keeps the original intact.
The quiet tribute had Maggie holding up a banner depicting the rally cry of "Je suis Charlie."
"The diamonds were done... you know, I'm not going to tell you... I'm not going to give it all away. I'm not lifting up the skirt completely."
Presented by SPIN, Pusha T brings it back to where it started.
SoCal Americana outfit channels outlaw country tradition.
J.Lo's boobs were the true stars of the night, apparently.
All in search of her mystery man.
The self-described American African artist drops references to Nelson Mandela as easily as he does Jamaican slang (“Bomboclat,” anyone?) in his music.
The track is off the rapper's 'Kauai' EP, out now.
It's a little painful on the eyeballs.
Jumpin' jiggawatts, Marty!
Prep your couches and snacks: HBO's best is coming back.
Lamar has no interest in joining the anti-Iggy sentiment.
The British singer/songwriter makes us see hearts.
The one highlight from the People's Choice Awards.
"Friends like a team in a circle/We're together, we're so alive."
The Australian rapper adds that all the criticism of her comes from a place of misogyny.
No, no, seriously.
MIRS is Amir Motlagh: an actor, director, producer and multi-instrumentalist.
"Girls r still pretty even of they get a bloody nose or black eye every once in a while."
Presented by Complex: Who's the best of the best of 2014 hip-hop?
It's coming, guys.
The track is off the 'Fifty Shades of Grey' soundtrack.
World Animal Protection isn't happy with Queen Bey.
Our 2014 faves, from television to podcasts.
Ford or caulk? FORD OR CAULK??
The first glimpse at the size-shifting Marvel Comics superhero.
The LA producer does a lot of rap, but don’t just call him a rapper.
Steely Dan and AC/DC are heading to the desert.
From leaked nudes to Marvel overload: Look upon our seven deadly pop culture sins of 2014, ye mighty, and despair.
It's another game of good idea or bad idea?
Aimed at audiophiles, the new Walkman ZX2 was introduced at this week's CES.
IMAX theaters will screen two old 'GoT' episodes followed by a trailer for Season 5.
The band will be on tour this February and March.
Grain of salt.
That's "kwazy" with a W. A backwards W.
The band's Steve Albini-produced debut full-length is out January 27.
ABSORBENT AND YELLOW AND POROUS IS HE!
Big horns, big chorus, big chance of another hit single.
A rapper is seeking millions after Marshall Mathers allegedly sampled his song "Lookin Boy."
Watch the iconic band as they sit on the cusp of mainstream consciousness for both the Clash and punk rock at large.
2015 is weird.
The Chicago teenager sets his sights on cold Midwestern highways this Winter.
Oh, ain't it fun?
You're our only hope.
The rumored collaboration is now a reality.
You're not exactly our favorite song.
In a year where impactful rap albums were few and far between, find out what the top free releases were.
Los Angeles rockers deliver a fresh new sound that harkens back to 1970s metal.
Luigi has—and always will—live in the shadow of his rotund brother.
The rapper/producer takes you backstage to see his pre-show habits.
Watch the Swedish pop singer/songwriter perform "Pathetic."
Because he’s Fiddy and he’s amazing.
The Justin Vernon-produced track is next up on Mahogany.
Mmmmm, melted faces and dangling eyeballs.
Okay, so maybe 2014 wasn't so bad after all for pop music.
The English indie rockers invite us backstage.
Teens Brandon and Savannah move on to a bigger sound and even wider audience.
Complex presents Lindstrom and co.'s picks for Hip-Hop Rookie of the Year.
The internet is forever, Iggy.
Presented by Complex, Al Lindstrom gives us his year in review for hip-hop.
DID YOU MEAN
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