On Tuesday, Chance stopped by Trevor Nelson's BBC Radio 1Xtra and performed two songs with the Social Experiment.
During the performance of "All We Got" from his mixtape "Coloring Book," which opens with the lines: "This ain't no intro, this the entree/ Hit that intro with Kanye/ And sound like André," Chance took a moment to offer some words to his mentor.
The Los Angeles Police Department visited Kanye West as part of a disturbance call Monday, according to law enforcement sources, a day after the rapper abruptly canceled the rest of his tour.
The sources, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, did not provide details about the incident but confirmed that police were called about 1:20 p.m. The case turned into a “medical emergency” and was handed off from the LAPD to the Los Angeles Fire Department, the sources said.
West agreed to seek medical treatment, according to a law enforcement source, and he was treated for stress and exhaustion at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center.
If you're still recovering emotionally from the incinerator scene in "Toy Story 3," please look away from the teaser trailer for "Cars 3," which was released Monday.
Pixar meets NASCAR meets nightmare in the summer 2017 release as Lightning McQueen hits the track as the leader of the pack and then, after a shifty move by another car, hits the track wall. Ominous smoke and sparks and slow-mo are involved as our hero launches sideways into the air doing barrel roll after out-of-control barrel roll.
"Black Panther" has added Academy Award-nominated actress Angela Bassett to its cast.
Marvel Studios has announced that Bassett will be playing Ramonda, mother of T'Challa (a.k.a. Black Panther).
In the comics, Ramonda was T'Chaka's second wife and one-time queen of Wakanda. Originally from South Africa, T'Chaka married Ramonda after his previous wife, N'Yami, died giving birth to T'Challa. She was abducted and held captive by a man named Anton Prestorius until T'Challa rescued her and welcomed her back to Wakanda.
Legendary Entertainment has reached an agreement with the estate of Frank Herbert for the television and film adaptation rights to Herbert’s "Dune," the iconic sci-fi book released in 1965.
Herbert’s tale centers around Paul Atreides and the politics of controlling the desert planet Arrakis and its resources.
Adapted into a 1984 film by David Lynch -- as well as a 2014 documentary about cult director Alejandro Jodorowsky's failed attempt to bring it to the screen in the '70s ("Jodorowsky's Dune") -- "Dune" has been an obvious influence on "Star Wars" and "The Matrix."
Conversation is not harassment. I know some people have said that a one-sided conversation, or a lecture, is not conversation, but it was the beginnings of a conversation I hope that we can continue to have.
Green Day is at its best when a widely divisive president ascends to power.
That was true in 2004 for “American Idiot,” and it’s maybe even more true in 2016 for “Revolution Radio.” At Sunday’s American Music Awards, where Green Day played the double-time barnstormer “Bang Bang,” the band had the one truly political moment of the night when its members led a chant of “No Trump, no KKK, no fascist U.S.A.”
It wasn’t quite a real risk for the band, which enjoyed a mid-career renaissance for saying similar things about George W. Bush. Nor were too many in the audience inclined to disagree with the group.