My Little Pony Equestria Girls Announces "Legend of Everfree" Movie Coming this Fall

My Little Pony Equestria Girls will be releasing it’s fourth film in it’s Equestria Girls series, this coming fall, it’s entitled “Legend of Everfree”. It will be a straight to TV film to be shown on …Read More


Ghost Announces "Black to the Future" Tour

Ghost will be heading out on a new tour entitled the “Black to the Future” tour with support coming from Tribulation. Check out the list of dates below. TOUR DATES: APR. 16 – New Haven, …Read More


My Little Pony’s Equestria Girls Minis Announces Dance Party Line

My Little Pony’s Equestria Girls mini figures will expand with it’s Dance Party Playset and figures set, it’s said to go like this, ” The most magical dance at CANTERLOT HIGH is the annual Fall …Read More


Skeletonwitch Announces New Vocalist

Skeletonwitch have announces Wolvhammer’s frontman Adam Clemans as their new vocalist. A new EP feautirng Clemans as vocalist will be out this summer via Prosthetic Records. Find out further details right HERE.


My Little Pony Equestria Girls Launches Legends of Everfree Doll Lines

My Little Pony Equestria Girls fourth film in the Equestria Girls series, “Legend of Everfree” will of course have all new dolls to tie everything together! Three variations will be coming including the Geometric assortment, …Read More


Amelia Releases "The Truth Is" Video

Amelia has released a new video for “The Truth Is”. Check it out right HERE.


Monster High Releases “Get Into the Swim” Video

Monster High has released a new video for “Get Into the Swim” off the soundtrack for Monster High Great Scarrier Reef. Check out the video HERE and the soundtrack HERE.


Obsidian Releases Video for "Bite The Bullet"

Obsidian has released a new video for “Bite The Bullet”. Check it out right HERE.


'Blame Chance': Kanye West Explains 'Life of Pablo' Album Delay

Kanye West‘s The Life of Pablo didn’t arrive as promised Friday, but the rapper said it was for a good reason: Chance the Rapper was in the studio doing some last-minute work on a song called “Waves,” which was left off the final and then reconfigured Pablo track lists. However, Chance fought for “Waves” to be included on the album.

“It’s Chance’s fault the album not out yet… he really wanted Waves on that Bitch… we in the lab now…,” West tweeted early Saturday morning. In a series of tweets, Chance corroborated West’s claims that he was holding up The Life of Pablo‘s release.

“I fought everyone to keep Waves on the album. I spent all night finishing it. The world is better because of it,” Chance tweeted. The Chicago rapper then posted a photo of West’s handwritten 17-song Pablo track list with “Waves” unnumbered and squeezed between “I Miss the Old Kanye” and “FML.”

Done. #TLOP

— Chance The Rapper (@chancetherapper) February 13, 2016

Although Chance the Rapper revealed early Saturday morning that his work in the studio was completed, eight hours later, The Life of Pablo still has not dropped. However, that didn’t stop West from teasing Chance the Rapper for the hold-up.

— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) February 13, 2016

Arcade Fire's Win Butler Named MVP at NBA Celebrity All-Star Game

Arcade Fire‘s Win Butler helped guide the Drake-coached Team Canada to victory at Friday night’s NBA Celebrity All-Star Game at Toronto’s Ricoh Coliseum, with the singer posting a double-double with 15 points and 14 rebounds. Following the game, Butler accepted the game’s MVP Award with a center-court interview where Butler spoke about living in Canada and, briefly, talked about what American voters could learn from their northern neighbors.

“I’ve lived in the great city of Montreal for 15 years. I represented Montreal. If you guys want to fast track my Canadian citizenship, hopefully, this’ll help my permanent residence,” said Butler, who also participated in 2015’s all-star celebrity game. “I just want to say that I’m retiring as a celebrity right now, so I will not be eligible for the celebrity game next year. I’m retiring as a celebrity, so I brought this home for Canada. Respect to Drake, respect to Team Canada.”

The singer then added, “I just wanna say it’s an election year in the U.S., and the U.S. has a lot it can learn from Canada— healthcare, taking care of people, and I think…” At that point, ESPN reporter Sage Steele boxed out the 6’4″ Butler from the microphone, saying, “So we’re talking about celebrities and not politics. Congratulations on your MVP!”

In a post-game press conference, when a reporter asked Butler to explain to those unfamiliar with Arcade Fire what exactly he does, the singer quipped, “Mostly basketball. I do a little bit of music on the side.” Eventually, a frustrated Butler finally asked the pool of reporters, “Have you guys ever heard of my band before? We’re a pretty good band.”

Butler added that his dream would be for Montreal to get their own NBA team.


All business

A photo posted by djwindows98 (@djwindows98) on Feb 12, 2016 at 5:08pm PST

Butler also posted a photo of him celebrating his MVP win with his “trainer,” director Spike Jonze.


Couldn’t have done it without my trainer

A photo posted by djwindows98 (@djwindows98) on Feb 12, 2016 at 8:46pm PST