Only a select few however, keep the party going, growing their common love for music and making people dance into a phenomenon.
"We're just working on music, working on a bunch of music together, just having fun going into the studio," said West in an interview with Vogue, which came out today. "We're working on an album, so there's some exciting things coming up soon."
This genre exists. It's beautiful in its own way and while some will first hear it and think "what in the hell is this noise?" others will be moved, open their mouths and join in.
Green Day's headlining a special celebration for Canadian Olympians at the World Cup of Hockey Fan Village in the Distillery District on September 23. Why the organizers chose a distinctly American band for this event is still unclear, but I guess hockey players love Green Day?
Here are my top picks for parties in Toronto this September.