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Now you can own the fashion accessory that has served as the inspiration for some of the Internet’s best hat jokes. Pharrell has put the Vivienne Westwood “Mountain” hat (otherwise known as the wearable Arby’s logo) that he wore to the Grammys on eBay, with the proceeds of the sale going to benefit the organization From One Hand to Another. The non-profit supports Pharrell Williams Resource Centers’ programs for “underserved youth between the ages of 7 and 20 in at risk communities.” The bids have already surpassed $10,000 ... Discuss

This week we spotlight one of our favorite bands, The Naked and Famous. Read More

You may remember when a member of the band The Knocks got in some trouble for posting this picture of Daft Punk unmasked at Sony Records a few months. Or, you may have seen this image of two maskless men that look very similar leaving LAX recently. The music site SPINR noticed that two gentlemen seated next to the robots during Sunday’s Grammy ceremony—who also congratulated Pharrell Williams for the Record of the Year win—look almost identical. Could the actual Daft Punk duo have been seated next to the robots the whole time? It appears we’ve all been Daft Punk’d ... Discuss

Who Should Have Won the Grammys

No awards show deals in snubs like the Grammys. Here's our take. Read More

It’s easy to play Monday morning quarterback for a show like the Grammys—which is know more for its broadcast spectacle than critical credibility. But even some Grammy snubs are hard to ignore. Case and point: Kendrick Lamar, whose album good kid, m.A.A.d city is one of the most acclaimed records of the last two years, got zero awards. But after taking home awards in almost every hip-hop category (Best Rap Album, Best Rap Song and Best Rap Performance), along with Best New Artist, even Macklemore felt that Kendrick Lamar, got robbed. In a text to Lamar that he also posted on Instagram, Macklemore wrote:

You got robbed. I wanted you to win. You should have. It's weird and sucks that I robbed you. I was gonna say that during the speech. Then the music started playing during my speech and I froze. Anyway, you know what it is. Congrats on this year and your music. Appreciate you as an artist and a friend. Much love

It was the second most awkward post-show exchange between two Grammy personalities, right after Arby’s called out Pharrell for stealing its hat ... Discuss

Robotic duo Daft Punk completed their latest mission of music industry takeover at last night’s Grammys, taking home the evening’s two biggest prizes. Along with winning both Album of the Year for Random Access Memories and Record of the Year for “Get Lucky”, the duo also helmed one of the evening’s most memorable performances with an on-stage disco party that included a collaboration with Stevie Wonder. Other big winners included Lorde, who won Song of the Year (at 17, she is the youngest ever to be recognized in the category) for “Royals” and Best Pop Solo performance. Hip-hop duo Macklemore & Ryan Lewis won four trophies, including Best New Artist, and Jay-Z, who came into the night with nine nominations, won a Grammy for his collaboration with Justin Timberlake. The evening’s other major winner was Pharrell’s epic Dudley Do Right hat, that gained more than 13,000 Twitter followers (@PharrellHat) simply for showing up and looking like the head gear of a person who clearly does not care anymore. You can go here to see a full list of last night’s winners ... Discuss