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RiRi and Kanye take the stage in separate sets and collaborate in some songs at the DirectTV-sponsored concert in Glendale, Arizona.
The Bajan singer shares a behind-the-scenes clip showing her on the filming set with West and McCartney, and discussing why they chose to wear all-denim outfits for the video.
The 'Stronger' rapper opens up about how marriage has changed his life in a new interview with Ellen DeGeneres.
During a visit to 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' to debut the video, Yeezy says being a husband and a father has made him a better human.
Previously, West's longtime barber Ibn Jasper revealed that the highly-anticipated follow-up to 2013's 'Yeezus' would be entirely co-produced by the British superstar.
RiRi strips down the music in a guitar-driven track 'FourFiveSeconds' with the help from the former Fab Four and the 'Yeezus' lyricist.
Kanye says smiling will make him look uncool, while his wife Kim Kardashian believes that smiling will cause wrinkles.
The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star's marriage to Kanye is rumored heading toward divorce and she attempts to 'save her marriage' by getting pregnant with baby no.2.
The video of West reading the poem titled 'His Name Means Love' was taken when he was still a student at John H. Vanderpoel Elementary, a performing arts school in Chicago.
Some fans of the rapper who said they didn't know who the surviving member of The Beatles was admit they're just joking.
The former husband of Kris Jenner is allegedly approached to star in his own reality TV show with his three sons from previous marriages.
The rapper/producer says that the star-studded collaboration set to be featured on West's upcoming album, which is expected to be released later this year, is 'gonna drop soon.'
Kanye sings from his late mother's perspective, while the former member of The Beatles plays piano and provides background vocals.
Notable events in this second part include major changes on CBS' late-night line-up, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's extravaganza wedding, and Tracy Morgan's deadly car accident.
A Los Angeles-based trio called Local Business Comedy rhymes new Christmas-y lyrics over the beats of the 'Yeezus' songs.