Kanye West says it was “heartbreaking” to discover his latest music video had been leaked. An unfinished clip for Kanye’s new single Black Skinhead shot with fashion photographer Nick Knight was released online Monday without the pair’s permission
Decortica are taking their big riffs around the North Island after a difficult end to 2012. The Auckland group’s critically acclaimed third album 11811 never quite got the push it deserved when their record label EMI got swallowed up by Universal Music Group.
Pet Shop Boys have left the record label Parlophone after 28 years and will release their new studio album Electric through independent music publisher Kobalt in June, the British duo said. The chart-toppers, whose 1980s hits include West End Girls and It’s A Sin, said further details of their 12th studio album would be released soon
There are two classes of people in the world, observed Robert Benchley, “those who constantly divide the people of the world into two classes, and those who do not.” Half of those who divide quote Benchley and his fellow aphorists. The other half prefer proverbs.
This is the typical day of a relatively typical soul in today’s diversified world. I wake up to the sound of my Japanese clock radio, put on a T shirt sent me by an uncle in Nigeria and walk out into the street, past German cars, to my office.
I just learned the word carnist. It means me.
There’s a very thin line between being thrilled and being terrified, and Candice Feiring saw both emotions on her son’s face.
Carlos Martn Bar believes that his brother Ignacio knew he was about to be killed. The night before his murder Nov.
“We Muslims are one family even though we live under different governments and in various regions.” Ayatullah Ruhollah Khomeini, leader of Iran’s revolution “The real force of Islam is the feeling that you belong to a brotherhood with the obligation to serve that brotherhood and thereby serve God.” Sheik Ahmed Zaki Yamani, Saudi Minister of Petroleum “Islam judges, Islam protects, Islam urges resistance when there is injustice.” Anwar Gamall, Egyptian university student Those are only a few of the voices of Islam, as powerful and compelling today as the muezzin’s ancient call of the faithful to prayer. The voices speak Russian and Chinese, Persian and French, Berber and Malay, Turkish and Urdu—and Arabic, of course, the mother tongue of the Prophet Muhammad and language of Islam’s holy book, the Koran
Rick Lyke was diagnosed with prostate cancer when he was 47. His response was to set up “Pints for Prostates,” an organization that uses the universal language of beer to reach men with its message about the importance of prostate cancer screening