Who's the Boss? Beyonce has joined Victoria Beckham's campaign to banish the word "bossy" from our vocabulary as the campaign states that it perpetuates the message: don't stand up and speak out. In Yonce's words: "I'm not bossy. I'm the boss."
New Video: Today, Against Me! premiered the music video for "Black Me Out" that features a series of gritty, black and white shadow puppets that illustrate the songs lyrics, like "I wanna piss on the walls of your house."
Licking His Wounds: A construction worker involved in the creation of Miley Cyrus' gigantic tongue prop is suing the stage production company for the injuries he suffered while building the oral behemoth.
One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Sod Off: Keith Richards is writing a children's book.
Mufasa Dies: Walt Disney Records is releasing an EDM remix album of classic songs, titled DCONSTRUCTED that probably sounds like your childhood self-immolating. Featuring re-imagined tunes such as "Once Upon a Dream (Trion Remix)" and "You've Got a Friend in Me (Alfred Montejano Hyper Remix)".
Everybody Makes Mistakes Not Just You: Here's Billy Joel forgetting the lyrics to "We Didn't Start the Fire" at a concert in Toronto, proving that he's human and not a dad-rock robot operated by Madison Square Gardens.
No All Apologies Necessary: Robotic Empire has announced they will be releasing an album of Nirvana covers that won't totally suck with promising artists like Jay Reatard, Mean Jeans, Daughters, and These Arms Are Snakes.
You can pre-order the In Utero: In Tribute: In Entirety album here or buy it physically on April 19th.