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Kanye West to Kim Kardashian: “Pleeease marry meee!!!”
Kim Kardashian to Kanye West: “Yes!” FULL STORY HERE: natpo.st/1baUhuY

Kanye West to Kim Kardashian: “Pleeease marry meee!!!”

Kim Kardashian to Kanye West: “Yes!” FULL STORY HERE: natpo.st/1baUhuY

Are Kim Kardashian and Kanye West laughing at the fact that they just named their baby daughter North, as in North West?Well, no, because this photo was taken long before the baby was born. But they did actually name their kid North: natpo.st/1c3WYxL

Are Kim Kardashian and Kanye West laughing at the fact that they just named their baby daughter North, as in North West?

Well, no, because this photo was taken long before the baby was born. But they did actually name their kid North: natpo.st/1c3WYxL

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are going to name their son North. As in North West. Har har, Kimye. Read about the long tradition of oddly named celebrity babies the pair will be joining once they welcome their son later this year: natpo.st/13qOO47

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are going to name their son North. As in North West. Har har, Kimye. Read about the long tradition of oddly named celebrity babies the pair will be joining once they welcome their son later this year: natpo.st/13qOO47

Tagged with:  #Kimye  #Kim Kardashian  #Kanye West
Kanye West went on a three-hour Twitter rant, and we transcribed the whole thing
"I was just discussing becoming the creative director for the Jetson  movie and someone on the call yelled out.. you should do a Jetsons tour!  This just happened a few hours ago. I was very insulted of course  becuase for anyone that’s seen the Watch the Throne Tour… Or Coachella  or Glow in the Dark or Runaway.. you know I have real ideas… I  appreciate having the most nominations at the Grammies but I feel so  conflicted by the fact that award shows sometimes are completely…  …illogical Good logic tells me smile Kanye… the world likes you again…  red or blue pill? … aaaaand Swallow"

Kanye West went on a three-hour Twitter rant, and we transcribed the whole thing

"I was just discussing becoming the creative director for the Jetson movie and someone on the call yelled out.. you should do a Jetsons tour! This just happened a few hours ago. I was very insulted of course becuase for anyone that’s seen the Watch the Throne Tour… Or Coachella or Glow in the Dark or Runaway.. you know I have real ideas… I appreciate having the most nominations at the Grammies but I feel so conflicted by the fact that award shows sometimes are completely… …illogical Good logic tells me smile Kanye… the world likes you again… red or blue pill? … aaaaand Swallow"

Tagged with:  #Kanye West  #Twitter

Shad reviews Kanye and Jay-Z’s Watch the Throne stop in Vancouver
Canadian rapper Shad, born Shad Kabango in 1983, is a hip-hop artist based in Vancouver who has been twice nominated for the Polaris Prize: in 2008 for his sophomore recording, The Old Prince, and in 2011 for TSOL. Since then he has earned a master’s degree in liberal studies from Simon Fraser, and lost his mind watching Kanye West and Jay-Z (a.k.a. The Throne) perform at Vancouver’s Rogers Arena

Our favourite albums of 2011 and why we loved them (plus, vote for your Top 10 albums of the year)It’s that time of year when arts and culture publications release  their year-end best-of lists — perhaps the most contentious of which is  the one listing the best albums of the year. Choosing the list is a  highly unofficial and highly contested process, involving trails of  email and a good deal of banter, but no matter what we end up with, it’s  always up for (heated) debate. It is with that last point in mind that  we’re mixing thing up this year, presenting you with a list of our National Post contributors’ 42 favourite albums, and leaving it up to you to choose the best of the bunch. Here’s how it works: You’ll find our list of favourites at the click through (which are listed in no particular order), along with our writers’  defenses for their respective faves. After you’re done considering your  options, click here to vote for your Top 10 albums of 2011.

Our favourite albums of 2011 and why we loved them (plus, vote for your Top 10 albums of the year)
It’s that time of year when arts and culture publications release their year-end best-of lists — perhaps the most contentious of which is the one listing the best albums of the year. Choosing the list is a highly unofficial and highly contested process, involving trails of email and a good deal of banter, but no matter what we end up with, it’s always up for (heated) debate. It is with that last point in mind that we’re mixing thing up this year, presenting you with a list of our National Post contributors’ 42 favourite albums, and leaving it up to you to choose the best of the bunch.

Here’s how it works: You’ll find our list of favourites at the click through (which are listed in no particular order), along with our writers’ defenses for their respective faves. After you’re done considering your options, click here to vote for your Top 10 albums of 2011.

Concert Review: Jay-Z and Kanye West exceed the hypeIt’s rare that a show of this magnitude lives up to its hype, but Kanye  and Jay-Z actually managed to exceed it. From the Tron-inspired laser  show to the hydraulic-powered stages at either end of the ACC to the  pyrotechnics, it was a visual masterpiece. And then, of course, there  was the music. (Photo: David Leyes Photographer)More photos: Jay-Z and Kanye West in Toronto

Concert Review: Jay-Z and Kanye West exceed the hype
It’s rare that a show of this magnitude lives up to its hype, but Kanye and Jay-Z actually managed to exceed it. From the Tron-inspired laser show to the hydraulic-powered stages at either end of the ACC to the pyrotechnics, it was a visual masterpiece. And then, of course, there was the music. (Photo: David Leyes Photographer)

More photos: Jay-Z and Kanye West in Toronto