The chart-topping electro-pop singer's first U.S. tour rolled into Seattle Monday night. Sporting an angular black tutu, black heels, and, of course, her sleek shades, GaGa played tunes off her 2008 debut, The Fame, for a sold-out crowd at the 1,100-capacity Showbox Theatre. Read SPIN.com's live review here.
Vince Staples is hardly the ingratiating type. “Don’t shake my hands unless you passing payment,” instructs the redoubtable young’un on “C.M.B.,” a paean to ruthlessly mercenary, Randian capitalism. “Keep your salutation / I need my 40 acres.” This ice-grilling Left Coaster is more Mack 10 than Myka 9, a verbal marksman who refuses to placate… More »