Back in April, Taylor Swift sang along to Drake and Future's "Jumpman," got distracted by the music, and fell off of her treadmill in a slapstick spot for Apple Music.
Some people's idea of adventure is making a bold career move. Others like to plunge into the rugged outdoors. Jackie Poriadjian-Asch has done both.
In a new spot for Apple Music, Taylor Swift doesn't have a problem making a fool of herself in the best way possible, while running on a treadmill listening to Drake and Future. And while the results look painful, the viral success is paying off.
King of Snapchat DJ Khaled wants you to know he's up to something. Of course, if you follow him on the wildly popular mobile platform, you already know that.
This year we can all count ourselves #blessed because rapper Drake is starring in a Super Bowl commercial for T-Mobile.
If you know what this billboard means just by looking at it, you're cool. If you don't, you're probably in need of some schooling. Maybe, at the end of the lesson, you'll buy a billboard of your own. That's what Clear Channel Canada hopes, anyway.
One thing seems certain: Apple would be even richer if it mass-produced that jacket Drake wore today. The iTunes company launched its new music service with an assist from the hip-hop star, who sported an old-school varsity Apple jacket. And now, almost everyone on the Internet wants one.
Sprite has shifted its creative business in the U.S. again—this time to the New York office of Wieden + Kennedy, according to sources involved in the decision.
Michael Sam did well this week, Marc Jacobs perhaps not so much. Tony Case, Michael Bürgi, Tim Nudd, Chris Heine, Garett Sloane and Emma Bazilian give their takes on the week's media news.
In a move that doubtless gave everyone at Columbia some kind of heart condition, hip-hop artist Beyonce released a full album on iTunes last night with absolutely no fanfare and a music video accompanying each of its 17 songs. The artist's eponymous fifth album is exclusive on iTunes for a week until Dec. 21, and pressings of a CD are underway.