Need To Know: Who Is Kanye West Collaborating With Next?

It's not Katy Perry or Jay Z.

Yeezy's Latest Collaboration

Kanye West is collaborating with James Blake on the indie electronic singer-songwriter's third album. Blake confirmed to NME Magazine that the "Love Lockdown" rapper, as well as Justin Vernon of Bon Iver, will work on his next LP.

'Game Of Thrones' Season Finale Roundup

In case you missed the "Game Of Thrones" season finale Sunday night, we have all the shocking moments from the explosive episode!

Sheer-ing Is Caring

Ed Sheeran is full of surprises and he provided photographic evidence that he hit the studio with the most eclectic group of men - Usher, Diplo and Skrillex. After the four of them cut and mixed the untitled track, it turned out so well, Sheeran wanted it for himself, BUT it may wind up on Usher's next album. While you're waiting, you can download and listen to Sheeran's song, "Afire Love," which he dropped at midnight today (June 16).

Where Was My Eve-Vite?

"Who's That Girl" rapper Eve married her boyfriend of three years Maximillion Cooper in Ibiza, Spain, on Friday. Cooper is the founder of Gumball 3000, a 3,000 mile international motor rally.

Why Did You Wait So Long, J.Cole?

J.Cole premiered his "Lights Please" music video on Sunday after five years. The music video was meant to be part of a trilogy along with "Lost Ones" and "Simba," but, at the time that it was completed, he was not ready to release it. Also FYI, "Lights Please" was the song that persuaded Jay Z to sign J. Cole to Roc Nation.

Much Music Video Awards Winners

Ariana Grande, Ed Sheeran and Lorde performed at the Much Music Video Awards last night. The most notable winners were Lorde, who won International Video of The Year by an Artist for "Royals"; Imagine Dragons, who were awarded International Video of The Year by a Group for "Demons"; and Drake, who received Hip Hop Video of the Year for "Worst Behavior." Drake has been having a pretty good week so far. You know he has his own official day now, right?

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