Paris Hilton has recorded a song with Lil Wayne and, as expected, it sounds like shit. Listen to this embarrassing music terrorist act coupled with a pathetic video of morons partying. "And I may be a bit tipsy, but that's ok 'cause you're with me." Kill it with fire.
Pandora wants you to know that Pandora is good for music because it pays artists millions and millions of dollars for their songs. Take Drake and Lil Wayne, they get nearly $3 million each a year. And Pandora wants to pay them more.
This (heads up: rather explicit) song is the perfect thing to listen to at your desk, the volume way up, your headphones clamped on, all day long. And, since we're all at our computers right now, I suggest you turn it on now if you haven't already. It's caffeine for the ears!
I'm a big fan of Lil Wayne. I was with him before he became good (pre-Carter days) and totally support his placement atop the hip hop perch but Mr. Weezy F., I can't support you on this. What the hell are you doing wearing a $1 million diamond studded Beats by Dre headphones at a basketball game?
Lil Wayne's only got a month left on his eight-month stint at Riker's, but he's going to be spending it all by his lonesome. The guards who found the rapper's contraband iPod, charger, and headphones have banished him to solitary.
In 1989, Franz A. Wakefield invented the iPod, the iPhone, and iTunes. Then the FBI stole his trade secrets and he confided in Sarah Jessica Parker and now he's suing her and Apple...and my head's spinning.