Zayn Malik is already fielding collaboration requests on his debut solo LP from plenty of industry heavyweights.
Tyler the Creator
It looks like controversial rapper Tyler, The Creator might have been banned from visiting Australia in the future.
Tyler, the Creator reappropriated a neo-Nazi symbol and slapped it on a T-shirt in an attempt to support gay rights.
Music fans and celebrities alike headed to the California dessert on Friday (April 10) for Coachella. And while many were there to catch the big acts on the lineup, lots of our favorite celebs also hit up some of the big parties going down in Indio, Calif. this weekend.
The drama (and confusion) surrounding Justin Bieber and his fleet of unsafely operated vehicles continues to escalate, with the latest development as follows.
Rapper Tyler, the Creator officially took the blame, tweeting that he was behind the wheel of the teen's Ferrari last week when a former NFL player tried to intervene and slow him down because he thought it was The Biebs driving recklessly (again!!!) on residential streets.
While his Odd Future mate Frank Ocean rakes in piles and piles of critical accolades for 'Channel Orange,' the much more controversial Tyler, the Creator remains a bit on the fringe, thanks to his antics and his lyrics, oft perceived as misogynist, childish and demonic, or some combo of the three. The rapper revealed that he and Ocean wrote a song for Justin Bieber's 'Believe,' which'll have you asking, "Oh, really? Which one?" Not so fast. The track was rejected for the album. Guess Bieber didn't 'Belieb.'
Ah, photobombs. They've been happening since the inception of cameras, yet, somehow, they never get old. But it's not just regular ol' folks sneaking in behind their Great Aunt Janice in a picture... Celebs want to get in on the action too!
Maniacal rap group Odd Future shocked concertgoers at the Leeds Festival on Sunday (Aug. 26) with their attack on a blow-up sex doll while performing onstage. The Los Angeles collective was there to close out the festival and showed audiences just how rowdy they could get during a concert set.