Last week, rapper Gucci Mane married Keyisha Ka’oir in a lavish ceremony. As I scrolled through his Instagram, something struck me about the way the couple was dressed. Mr. and Mrs. Gucci Mane, like many rappers and their significant others before them, looked like the villains in a JRPG.
Taylor Swift’s new single, “Look What You Made Me Do,” feels like a shitty alternate reality game that you unravel to find out more lore.
Kanye West is a mercurial man: remember how many times he changed the title for the album that eventually became The Life of Pablo? Earlier this year, he claimed that his next album would be titled “Turbo Grafx 16.” Judging from some recent Instagram posts, it’s possible that Kanye wasn’t joking about hitting some…
Kanye West’s game, Only One—which commemorates his late mother, Donda West—is being developed by Encyclopedia Pictura. You might know them as the folks who helped Bjork develop a game.
If you’ve listened to The Life of Pablo, Kanye’s new album, you might have noticed a few familiar voices barking throughout a couple of songs. That’s because Kanye actually sampled Street Fighter II (as is tradition for rap artists, by this point).
Last year, Kanye told the world he was working on a video game. Yesterday, the world was treated to a trailer for that video game.
This is a good Tweet.
And he’s wearing a Persona 4: Dancing All Night badge, no less. Guess he just settled the debate on who the best Persona girl is (that’s Rise on the badge!)
Guys. I’m kind of freaked out right now.
Fresh from his blockbuster performance at the Grammys, rapper, producer, songwriter, professional husband and game designer Kanye West has revealed that his next game project will allow players to guide his late mother to the highest gates of heaven.
Kanye has a new haircut—and weirdly, people are mostly comparing it to geeky stuff.
Music mash ups are amazing. I love them. I love them especially when they just work so goddamn perfectly. This mash up is one of the best examples in recent history.
Artist Dominick Rabrun gives us a glimpse in his video what a post-apocalyptic JRPG with hip hop artists such as Kanye West or Tyler the Creator would look like.
Video games have their rockstars. But they're not the same kind of rockstars as the ones who strut around in dresses made of meat or go on talk shows to argue about their Twitter feuds. Compared to pop music or Hollywood, games often seem like they have a culture of celebrity that's far more subtle. Nonexistent, even.…
Kanye Coins: first there was Bitcoin. Then there was Dogecoin. Really, it was only a matter of time before we got Coinye, the Kanye West-themed "cryptocurrency" that launches in nine days. It's not Kanye-official, but, still: no one man should have all that Coinye.
Boy howdy, the ability to take selfies in Wind Waker HD is the gift that keeps on giving, isn't it?