• Flying Yeezus - Kanye West Is Flappy Bird
  • Posted 9 months ago by Joe Reeve · music · 2854 Views
  • Kanye West now has his very own version of Flappy Bird, Flying Yeezus is here to save you from boredom. This parody of the infuriatingly addictive game sees Kanye’s head in place of the bird, you are prompted to “Tap To Be God” at the beginning and that’s really where the differences end.

    Kanye seems to often has his name and image used for other peoples ventures, this year we’ve seen Coinye try and fail to start a new digital currency, a religion called Yeezianity and of course coming soon, Lily Allen’s album Sheezus.

    Flying Yeezus is free at the Apple App store, get it here.

  • Diddy Changes Name Back To Puff Daddy
  • 9 months ago · music · 0 Comments · 2536 Views
  • Sean Combs likes to keep things fresh, changing up his name whenever he likes, keeping us all on our toes. Originally known as Puff Daddy, then going for P. Diddy and then just plain old Diddy. He has now come full circle returning to Puff Daddy. This tactic has definitely been working...
  • Ray-Ban and Oakley Are Working with Google Glass
  • 9 months ago · tech · 0 Comments · 2226 Views
  • In an attempt to make Google Glass cool, the tech giant have announced they are working alongside eyewear specialists Luxottica - the company behind brands including Oakley and Ray-Ban. The partnership promises released "that...
  • Video: Kelis - Rumble
  • 9 months ago · music · 0 Comments · 2179 Views
  • Kelis has new visuals for “Rumble,” a track taken from her imminent new album Food. The video, directed by Christian Lamb, sees the singer perched on an armchair in the middle of a lake performing the track.
  • Music Video Monday
  • 9 months ago · music · 0 Comments · 2379 Views
  • Music video Monday this week is made up of videos from Daniel Avery, Bishop Nehru, Arca & Jesse Kanda, Ratking and Lyla Foy. Directed by Joshua Lipworth, unknown, Arca & Jesse Kanda, Eric K. Yue and Oscar Hudson, respectively. Enjoy!
  • Kinfolk Issue 11
  • 9 months ago · culture · 0 Comments · 1947 Views
  • Portland-based magazine Kinfolk have just released their 11th issue, focussing on the concept of home and what it means to different people. "Whether you live with your best friends, partners, strangers or a lazy hound, your concept of home will change with every coat of paint. It's...