If Kanye West is serious about this, we will forgive his terrible Twitter account.
The Memphis Grizzlies social media and marketing folks deserve a nice little pat on their back for their quick work on Thursday.
Kanye West has finally done something normal on Twitter, and it involves dropping the name of his newest album.
LeBron James might secretly be waiting for Kanye West’s next rant, and with decent reason.
[UPDATE] YOU CAN LISTEN TO THE TRACK HERE. Kanye West has released a new track from his upcoming album SWISH entitled “Real Friends”. According to his wife, Kim Kardashian West, the hip hop legend might be releasing a new track every Friday until the album’s suspected release in February like he did during the G.O.O.D
Danish designer Patso Dimitrov had already made the viral rounds with his brilliant mashups of NBA team colorways and the Yeezy 350 Boost so it’s great to see him expand that concept to Kanye’s Yeezy Season 1 clothing line. Dimitrov’s creations stay incredibly true to Kanye’s vision, from the use of colors and camo print
Kanye West ended his bizarre VMAs speech by announcing his presidential candidacy for 2020, and people obviously took it as a joke. After all, the speech was even recut as a stand-up comedy routine. But now, he even has campaign videos to back up his statement. Someone went out of their way to make “Yeezy
Kanye West’s bizarre VMA speech has been poked, prodded and dissected in about every way imagine and although it’ll start getting old very soon, that time has not yet come.
Apparently Donald Trump and Kanye West have a lot more in common than most people think.
Kanye West’s new low-top adidas Yeezy 350 Boosts were released this past weekend and promptly went flying off the shelves, with pairs now going for around $1,000 on eBay.
I don't want to say game is over but Kanye is at the podium pic.twitter.com/ZU0JozT1NS — Brian Windhorst (@WindhorstESPN) June 12, 2015 Kanye West went to Game 4 of the NBA Finals and was apparently unamused. So when the Warriors went up by as much as 20 in the fourth quarter, West decided to follow
Shaquille O’Neal likes to be relevant. He craves attention. He needs it. But with the Finals going on along with the specter of LeBron James always looming over the media, Shaq hasn’t gotten his dose of attention lately. And to get his fix, he’s been taking his neediness to new heights lately. First, Shaq claimed