- Kanye West and Kim Kardashian met with Alton Sterling‘s 16-year-old son after a Saint Pablo show. From a longtime Black Lives Matter supporter like Yeezy, we’d expect nothing less.
- David Bowie emojis will soon be a thing. They’ll be based on the artist’s 1973 album, Aladdin Sane, and will feature both male and female emojis painted with Bowie’s iconic facial lightning bolt.
- This video of the Obamas dancing to “Thriller.” It’s both awkward and adorable.
- Alicia Keys DMed her fans the tracklist to her new album, Here, before it came out. Talk about a cool way to both disseminate information and show fans that you think about them. It would have been cooler though if she’d sent everyone a free download of the album, too.
- Melanie Brown, aka Mel B, aka Scary Spice, aka a former judge on America’s Got Talent, joined Broadway’s Chicago for the role of jailed killer Roxie Hart. Seems like Scary Spice is getting what she wants, what she really (really) wants.
- Spotify teamed up with the meditation app Headspace. Now subscribers can listen to “meditation sessions” and “mindfulness training” for free. Spotify’s new motto should be: “Get your groove or your zen on with Spotify.”
- The Drake and Taylor Swift dating rumors. As if The Six God would deign to stoop to such levels.
- Lil Yachty collaborates with Urban Outfitters on a nautical themed collection. Anything that Urban Outfitters touches is automatically uncool, but then again, Lil Yachty is sooooo early-2016, so perhaps it’s a moot point by now?
- This interview with Lil Wayne, wherein the tatted-up rapper admits he doesn’t care (or even know much) about Black Lives Matter and then whips out a red bandanna claiming his allegiance to gang banging instead. Talk about a bad role model.
- Kendall Jenner and will.i.am. teamed up to create a pair of wireless, in-ear headphones. For $229.95 a pop, we’ll just stick to the free earbuds we get with our iPhone, thank you very much.