Fenty x Puma Fall New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2016


After the Yeezy extravaganza at Madison Square Garden yesterday, the next hot celebrity ticket of the week—Rihanna’sFenty x Puma debut—was a relatively subdued and intimate affair. There was no art installation, no cast of thousands, and the only reason the show was held up by 15 minutes was because Rihanna’s pal, supermodel Naomi Campbell, was running late. Not that the Barbadian superstar is known for being timely herself: The long wait for her new album release left fans wondering if Anti would ever come out at all.

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Lady Gaga | Til It Happens To You by The Hunting Ground

One in five college women this year will be the victim of sexual assault. But Lady Gaga’s powerful new music video for her latest single, “Till It Happens to You,” is trying to change that.

The video begins with a warning that it contains graphic imagery. Presented by The Hunting Ground, a documentary released earlier this year exposing the alarming realities of college rape, the video shows the distressingly prevalent issue in a realistic light. It’s a situation that far too many college women are familiar with: A campus party turns into a nightmare with an act of sexual assault.

Written by Twilight director Catherine Hardwicke, the music video empowers survivors by encouraging them to come together, and reminding them they aren’t alone. Lady Gaga Tweeted that she wrote the song with Dianne Warren as a way to uplift and inspire solidarity.


Puma’s new creative director, Rihanna, stars in a recently launched commercial spot for the activewear brand. With a slogan using the hashtag #NoMatterWhat, the 30 second clip shows closeup shots of Rihanna with overlays of cosmic and natural imagery while the singer does a voiceover. The camera zooms out to reveal the pop star wearing all Puma gear with the sounds of her song ‘Bitch Better Have My Money’ playing in the background.

Wiz Khalifa’s ‘See you again’ video is a tribute to paul walker

With Furious 7 breaking box-office records last weekend, tributes to Paul Walker have been flooding social media. But none have been as moving as the music video for Wiz Khalifa’s “See You Again,” off the Furious 7 soundtrack. The clip, which Vin Diesel premiered exclusively on his Facebook page, is basically a montage of Walker’s time in the Fast & Furious franchise, and emphasizes the unique bond he formed with the cast, particularly Diesel.

The song, which features Charlie Puth, was written specifically as a tribute to Walker, who died in a car accident in 2013 before Furious 7 finished filming. “See You Again” plays in the final moments of Furious 7, which are shown in the video, so if you don’t want that ruined for you maybe wait until you’ve seen the film. You can watch “See You Again” above.

Karlie Kloss Makes Her Music Video Debut with Nile Rodgers’ ‘I’ll Be There’

The 22-year-old model made her music video debut in Nile Rodgers‘ “I’ll Be There”.

Karlie Kloss connects the past and present. She sees the original group (who plays this track) on Soul Train. She, visualizes the past looking at old school vinyl – then gets dressed and goes out to a current party to meet up with Stephen Galloway and the current ‪#‎CHIC‬ lineup happens to be playing live,” Nilec aptioned the video on Facebook – watch below!

Rihanna And Kanye West And Paul McCartney FourFive Seconds Music Video

FourFiveSeconds” is a song recorded by Rihanna, Kanye West, and  Paul McCartney for Rihanna’s upcoming eighth studio album. It was written by West, McCartney, Kirby Lauryen, Mike Dean, Ty Dolla Sign, Dave Longstreth, Dallas Austin, Elon Rutberg, and Noah Goldstein. Previewed by West at the iHeartMedia Music Summit on January 21, 2015, it was posted on Rihanna’s official website on January 24.

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