Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

DJ Khaled Snapchats His Son’s Birth Because This is a Thing Now

First Robbie Williams, now DJ Khaled... Which means we now officially have a trend on our hands.
Noisey Staff
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

DJ Khaled Plans to Snapchat the Birth of His Son, Which Is Definitely Not a Key to Success

How did it even get to this point?
Sarah MacDonald
Holy Shit

Anthony Kiedis Saved a Baby While Filming Carpool Karaoke

Yes, Kiedis is the lead singer of a band, but he might also be a divine holy entity.
Noisey Staff

PREMIERE: Psychic Ills Gets Pretty and Dig the Past on "Baby"

It's the latest track from the forthcoming 'Inner Journey Out.'
Alex Robert Ross
Holy Shit

Neon Indian Bring the Biggest Wave of Chill with "Annie"

Summer is officially here.
John Hill
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Never Forget How Much David Letterman Loved Your Drums: A Video Tribute

Doesn't matter if they're rented or not, good drums are good drums.
John Hill

The Rise and Fall of Cash Money, the Label Lil Wayne is Suing For 51 Million Dollars

Lil Wayne's been with Birdman and Co since the age of thirteen. Why's he suing them for a buttload of money?
Ryan Bassil
Thinkpieces And Shit

Lil Wayne's 'Tha Carter,' Ten Years Later

A look back at the album that marked Lil Wayne's change from washed-up teen star to a superstar in the making.
Al Shipley

Oh My God, You Can Watch the Livestream Future of Performing in Brooklyn Right Now

Will baby Future show up for the Future show?
Noisey Staff
Breaking News

Woooo! Ciara and Future Just Had a Baby! What Should They Name It?

It's a boy!
Kyle Kramer

Honestly, @Seinfeld2000 Intarviewed A-Trak About Cam'ron, Dipset, Kanye, and What Sienfeld Would Be Like If It Still on Televisien

This was suposed to be the summer of Garge, but now it look like summer 2014 belong to A Trak and Cam'ron thanks to their new track 'Dipshits.'
Almost Art... With Brandon Soderberg

YMCMB's Video for "We Alright" Takes on 'The Wolf of Wall Street'

Completing the circle by making a rap video based on 'The Wolf of Wall Street,' a movie that shows business fuckheads acting like bigger assholes than similarly-ballin' rappers.
Brandon Soderberg