FYI: J. Cole’s ‘Born Sinner’ Goes Gold, Lana Del Rey Slams Gaga?

July 25, 2013 By:

J. Cole’s sophomore album Born Sinner has gone gold. Kanye West’s Yeezus, released the same week, is still catching up. (Vibe)

Entertainment at Billboard’s Lollapalooza pre-party will be brought to you by Half Moon Run, Blondfire and the lovely Kate Nash. (Billboard)

The Jimi Hendrix biopic we really want to see, All Is By My Side, starring André 3000, will premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. Adam Levine will also have a film there. (Billboard)

Major recording artists like Arcade Fire, Feist, Lou Reed and Bon Iver will cover Peter Gabriel in the Scratch My Back follow-up album, And I’ll Scratch Yours. (Pitchfork)

In the video for her ironically up-tempo single “Slow Down,” Selena Gomez says she wanted a more “sensual vibe.” (MTV)

Cash Cash has premiered a new lyric video for their peppery single “Take Me Home.” (Idolator)

Holy crap, there’s another video for the Pixies' "Bagboy.” The new one was done by British visual artist Vaughan Oliver and it's pretty awesome. (Rolling Stone)

Backstreet Boys have premiered their new single “Breathe.” It was inspired by the Ryan Gosling movie Drive, not that you'll notice. (Billboard)

In her recently leaked track “So Legit,” Lana Del Rey slams Lady Gaga. The song was reportedly recorded in 2009. (Jezebel)

There’s a new PC video game called Kanye Quest 3030. It’s set in the future, there’s an all-powerful dictator and Kanye West needs to find his way home. (Uproxx)