This week, we talk with Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne about their new album "Oczy Mlody," the influence Miley Cyrus had on the songs and how they developed the record’s experimental, pop-inspired sound. We also take a look at the brand new issue of RELEVANT, on newsstands March 1. The gang also gets an update from Joy, figures out how to vastly improve professional baseball, pitches some ideas for a game show, hears about Ashton Kutcher’s efforts to end human trafficking and a lot more! Read More
Chance the Rapper took to Instagram last night to share a text message he received from fellow rapper Kendrick Lamar after this weekend’s Grammy Awards.
He wrote, “Congrats bro. God is moving.”
Chance took home three Grammys—for best new artist, best rap album and best rap performance—and performed one of the night’s most memorable song mash-ups, leading the crowd in singing “How Great Is Our God” along with a gospel choir.
There are people in this world who have some much time on their hands that they are capable of feats of creative brilliance that most of us couldn’t even fathom. One of those individuals is a man named James Nielssen, who fired up an old PC equipped with Windows XP, and remade the ‘90s pop song “All Star” using only sounds made by the operating system.
It’s the video you never knew you wanted and you can never unhear. Discuss
Chance the Rapper took home several awards at tonight’s Grammys, but after being named Best New Artist, he took the stage and thanked God. He told the crowd, “Glory be to God. I claim this victory in the name of the Lord.” Later, he delivered one of the night’s best performances, leading the crowd in worship, singing “How Great Is Our God." Discuss