Kid Cudi took the stage on Jimmy Fallon Live to perform ‘Maniac’ off of his new ‘Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager’ album!
In related news following in the footsteps of Kanye West, Kid Cudi has plans to release a short film based off of his single ‘Maniac’ and Shia LaBeouf will be directing it.
Rapper Cage and St. Vincent also appear on the track and it was actually the former that called Shia LaBeouf in to see if he was interested in directing the piece. Shia had previously worked with the rapper on his video for ‘I Never Knew You’
Vogue editrix joined designer Marc Jacobs for some couch time on last night’s ‘Late Night with Jimmy Fallon’ to promote next Friday’s Fashion’s Night Out.
Anna also got to talking about May’s Met Costume Institute Gala and Lady Gaga’s delayed performance. Anna explained that Gaga “was communing with God and she was praying in the back, waiting for God to tell her it was alright to go actually onstage.”
Snoop Dogg stopped by Jimmy Fallon’s show for a hillarious interview!
The rapper also set off the fire alarm pre show. He told Fallon on air:
You know what I like about this show? That you’ve got nice blinking blue lights.”
Fallon then responded, explaining,
That’s because the fire alarm went off. … That’s when the fire department came,”
Prompting Snoop to quip:
I thought ya’ll did that for me man!”
You got to LOVE Snoop Dogg!!!
In related news Snoop Dogg has announced that he has begun work on the sequel to his ground breaking ‘Doggystyle’ album with the aptly titled ‘Doggystyle 2: The Doggumentary’. The only catch is that it will be produced by Swizz Beatz, not Dr. Dre, who produced the entirety of the original.
Solange joined the band Of Montreal last night on Jimmy Fallon to perform a track titled ‘Sex Karma’ which was originally intended for her album but which will now appear on Of Montreal’s ‘False Priest’ when it drops September 14th
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