Kanye's Least Convincing Role

Kanye West is the last old school rock star. Who else will go to the same crazy extremes? Who else measures the extremity of his actions by the number of TVs thrown out the window an act equates to? Coldplay’s Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow got in the inevitable-therapy game when they named their child Apple, but Kim and Kanye chose North and Saint. Advantage Kanye, and there’s no other level at which Martin is in his league.  

Buku News: Migos, Little Dragon, Ski Mask the Slump God, and Boogie T

Migos play Buku’s Power Plant Stage tonight at 10 p.m. Migos understand that the important thing right now is to be present, and to that end the Atlanta rap trio dropped Culture II before Culture had a chance to go away. The title suggests that the album delivers more of the same, and because it is, Migos continue to pump singles into Billboard’s Top 100.

Trump Inspires Ansari, Chappelle and Cenac to Break Down White Supremacy

Vanity Fair wrote of Aziz Ansari’s opening monologue on last weekend’s Saturday Night Live, “what could have been an easy, low-hanging-fruit hit job was instead a thoughtful (yet still hilarious) rumination on the rising trend of racism in the U.S., as well as Donald Trump’s responsibility, as president, to heal a fractured nation.” The New York Times implicitly

Win Tickets to See Colin Jost

[Updated] Colin Jost is the head writer at Saturday Night Live, and he has been with the show since 2005. This season, he joined Cecily Strong as the co-anchor on "Weekend Update" after the departure of Seth Meyers. 

Though Jost is best known as a writer, he started as a stand-up comic, and he introduced himself nationally as a stand-up when he performed in 2012 on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon

Pages