Signs that the world is coming to end continue to pour in through our Google Alert, the latest involving a totally twisted collaboration between two hip-hop heavyweights and a Canadian minor.
Kanye West and Drake are teaming up with Justin Bieber for his forthcoming record Believe. The 17-year-old pop star confirmed this terrifying news during an interview with a UK radio station. "I'm working with a lot of cool people," he said. "I just learned about picking the right songs and making sure that I create a sound that people aren't really used to hearing."
We're convinced the apocalypse is nearing, and it'll only be a matter of time before we read the five following headlines.
Rick Ross Signs Disney's Shake It Up to Maybach Music Group
Back-to-back seizures must've done more harm that originally reported. In a bizarre effort to broaden MMG's portfolio, Rapper Rick Ross signed Disney Channel band Shake it Up to a multi-million dollar deal. Evidently, Ross lost his mind on the way to Memphis.
Selena Gomez and Rihanna Team Up for "S&M Remix"
Rihanna and Selena Gomez have more in common than just horny 17-year-old admirers. As it turns out, the two women love whips, chains, and kinky foreplay.
Jonas Brothers and The Black Keys Release Holiday Album
Grammy Award-winning duo The Black Keys and family-friendly heartthrobs Jonas Brothers are really feeling the Christmas spirit. The two groups have confirmed that they're working on a collaborative holiday record entitled Black Brothers Christmas.
Susan Boyle and Jay-Z Record "'11 Bonnie and Clyde"
As rumors that Susan Boyle and Jay-Z are having an affair continue to circulate, the hip-hop superstar and frumpy singer aren't doing much to put them to rest. The two are reportedly in the studio recording a new version of "Bonnie and Clyde."
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Odd Future Records Signs Rebecca Black
Following the success of Young Nigga, Odd Future is once again expanding its record label's roster. YouTube sensation Rebecca Black has joined the OFWGKTA family and she's already working on a new mixtape entitled Swagday.