Los Angeles-based rapper Nipsey Hussle has released his new album, "Mailbox Money," online for free. So what's in it for him?
Early on Sunday morning, somewhere around 4 a.m. Pacific Standard Time, the going price of "The Ultimate Collection," a greatest-hits compilation by the newly departed musical icon Whitney Houston, jumped 60 percent on the U.K. version of Apple's iTunes store. By Sunday night, the price had dropped, but by then The Guardian had also taken note.
Is yet another Christmas album from a recording artist who just might be phoning it in really necessary? Bob Dylan apparently thought so. He's released his own holiday collection, "Christmas in the Heart," from which this odd little polka number -- and its even stranger accompanying video -- has sprung.
The political satirist quotes U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan as saying: "This is the most serious threat to world peace since North Korea obtained an early DVD of 'Gigli.' "