Commentary: He who sparks a revolution without saying a word has BDE.
Just admit it. We all love Rihanna. Kanye West and Naomi Watanabe also make the list of people dominating the internet.
From Rihanna's "Umbrella" to "The Sopranos" and Harry Potter, these are the songs, movies, news stories and more that had us talking when the iPhone began.
Commentary: During Game 1 of the NBA Finals, some say the Apple exec appeared to demand Rihanna sit down. Or did he?
Commentary: You know the issue is serious when celebrities go all out to ruin each other on Twitter and Instagram.
Previously a Tidal exclusive, the controversial NSFW video is now available for everyone (of age) to see.
In an interview promoting her song on the "Star Trek: Beyond" soundtrack, the popstar confesses her love for Star Trek.
The music video for the song on the 'Star Trek: Beyond' soundtrack will debut on Vevo and Tidal after its big Imax debut.
Technically Incorrect: On Twitter, West hopes that Donald Trump, Chris Brown, George W. Bush or anyone depicted naked in his new "Famous" video" will sue him. The memes flow.
The Canadian rapper's latest album will only be available to stream on Apple Music.
What do Beyonce and lemonade have to do with each other? We'll find out this Saturday on HBO.
Technically Incorrect: When the Britney Spears stream is about to die, Ariana Grande is co-opted to save the day. It turns out to be an "Undercover Boss" episode.
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