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by Jay Alexander posted Nov 5 2014 10:41AM




With the Internet still abuzz from the news that Beyoncé, the platinum edition box set is coming Nov. 24, TMZ reports that a lawsuit has been filed against Queen Bey.

A vocalist is claiming that Bey's "XO" song (included in the collection) is a rip off because he wrote a song called "XOXO" and gave it to a fellow background singer who then must've handed it off to Bey. Have a listen here. He's demanding $3 million.

Meanwhile, Lane's not the only one to take a celeb to the courts over copyrights and unpaid services. Read on.

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by Jay Alexander posted Nov 5 2014 10:38AM



Amber Rose and Wiz Khalifa are over. Just a month after celebrating their one-year wedding anniversary, Amber has filed for divorce from her rapper husband.


In the divorce documents, obtained by TMZ, Amber, 30, says the couple split on Monday and cites irreconcilable differences.

She is asking for full legal and physical custody of their one-and-a-half-year-old son Sebastian. However, she’s willing to give Wiz, 27, visitation rights.



by Jay Alexander posted Sep 12 2014 12:05PM

Breezy says he had no involvement in bottle-throwing fracas at New York City hot spot. 


Chris Brown

Trouble seems to keep calling Chris Brown and he hasn’t been answering, as of late.

Brown is denying any involvement in a New York City nightclub brawl early this morning (Sept. 11), that sounds a lot like his infamous bottle fight with Drake two years ago.

He was hosting an event at the VIP Room in the city’s Meatpacking District when a fight broke out at around 3:20 a.m. Bottles were thrown, one person was injured, but no arrests were made. According to the “New Flame” singer and a witness at the club, he had nothing to do with the melee.

"There was no brawl involving me or anyone from my camp last night at VIP room.The devil is in full effect at all times.  God is the way," he tweeted today.

This recent melee comes less than a month after Suge Knight was shot at a nightclub party hosted by Brown, who had no involvement in the incident.

While the negativity keeps trailing, Brown's focal point is walking a positive path, as he told Billboard recently. “I can say that I am only human and I have made mistakes. I can say that I try to live my life in the most true, honest way that I can. I am not perfect, no one is.”

Breezy’s new album, X, comes out next Tuesday (Sept. 16).

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by Jay Alexander posted Sep 12 2014 12:02PM


Big Sean Signs to Roc Nation

Detroit's hottest shoe salesman, Big Sean, has another new deal to celebrate this week. The Hall of Fame rapper is the latest Roc Nation signee, according to a tweet from the company's official account, and from Sean himself.

"Welcome to the Roc Nation family," the online announcement read.

"Glad to be apart [sic] of the Roc. And we still GOOD," Sean replied, confirming that in addition to his agreement with the house that Hov built, he'll keep his paperwork with Kanye West's G.O.O.D. Music label.

The Roc Nation deal is for management. The company also handles Rihanna, Meek Mill, DJ Mustard, and their flagship signee, J. Cole.

Sean is currently on a mini-tour promoting his new Adidas original, the Metro Attitude. No plans have been revealed as yet for the "Best Mistake" collaborator's next studio album, his third. He did however, add some G.O.O.D. news to his Roc Nation announcement. "New music...tomorrow," he tweeted Thursday (Sept. 11).

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by Jay Alexander posted Sep 12 2014 12:01PM


After months of anticipation, Keyshia Cole has set a release date for her sixthalbum Point of No Return.


The R&B songstress took to Instagram to announce the October 7 release date. “Oct 7th Is the Album release date! (My BDay is the 15th),” said Cole of the follow-up to 2012′s Woman to Woman.

The album has already spawned the singles “Rick James” featuring Juicy J, the personal ballad “Next Time (Won’t Give My Heart Away),” and the DJ Mustard-produced “She.”

The feature-heavy set, likely her last for Interscope, also includes collaborations with Wale, Future, 2 Chainz, and August Alsina, and production from Mike WiLL Made-It, Stargate, Mario Winans, and RedOne.

Cole is currently on her nationwide “Point of No Return” tour, which wraps August 25 in San Diego.

She will return to BET in her third reality show starting September 2. The six half-hour episodes will chronicle her tumultuous marriage to NBA player Daniel Gibson, her music career, motherhood, and family issues.


by Jay Alexander posted Sep 12 2014 11:59AM


Teyana Taylor joined August Alsina on the first stop of his “Testimony Live” tour in Seattle on Thursday night. The First Lady of G.O.O.D. Music had the ladies singing along to her cover of Drake’s “Marvins Room” and serenaded one lucky—and very excited—male fan with her single “Maybe.”

The Harlem singer also debuted new material off her upcoming album VII, due October 21.

“Seattle!!!! U guys are fuckin great!!!!!!” tweeted Teyana. “I had such an amazing time tonight! Thanks for showing me love & vibe’n wit me!”

The “Testimony Live” tour continues through September 21, with stops in San Francisco, L.A., Houston, Atlanta, Boston, and New York.

by Jay Alexander posted Sep 12 2014 11:58AM

Childish Gambino has been on a roll this past week after releasing his original track “Candler Road” and assisting Logic’s on “Driving Ms. Daisy”.  Yesterday, Gambino took to Twitter and Instagram to announce his forthcoming “STNMTN KAUAI” mixtape. I would assume ‘STN MTN’ is referring to Donald Glover’s childhood stomping grounds of Stone Mountain, Georgia. Kauai is likely referring to Hawaii’s oldest island. Seems like it might be a double sided tape from the looks of the artwork. Also really left wondering what role Jaden Smith will play in the role of the Kauai side of the tape. A release date is still to come, so stay tuned

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by Jay Alexander posted Jun 25 2014 12:01PM

Taylor Gang leader Wiz Khalifa was among the defendants named in a lawsuit filed in West Virginia. Ryan Smith is suing Khalifa (born Cameron Thomaz), along with Rostrum Records, 4.0 Entertainment, Tunez and Cue LLC, Daryl Tyler Jr., Drew Ellison of HowFlyHipHop, Leyonne Pryce, Courtney Williams, and 40 unnamed others, for an alleged assault that took place on April 11, 2013.



According to The West Virginia Record, Smith claims he was attacked at the Tunez and Cue restaurant in Morgantown, and as a result he suffered a broken jaw and other injuries which led to him undergoing reconstructive surgery and dental work.



The suit states the defendants’ acts and omissions were the direct cause of Smith’s loss of income, disability, disfigurement, and loss of enjoyment of life. The complaint was filed on May 26 in Monongalia Circuit Court.


Smith says he attended the Taylor Gang Goodstock Tour event organized by Rostrum Records, 4.0, and HowFlyHipHop at Tunez and Cue. During an intermission Tyler and the unknown defendants allegedly started an “unprovoked” assault against Smith. The alleged attackers were said to be contracted by the named defendants.

by Jay Alexander posted Jun 25 2014 11:56AM

Beyoncé is coming back to HBO, but instead of airing another music concert special, she's doing something a little different. Beginning June 29, the premium cable channel will air "Beyonce: X10," a series of four-minute performances taken from recently completed Mrs. Carter Show world tour.



The episodes will include Beyoncé's performances of "Blow/Cherry," "Drunk in Love," "Ghost/Haunted," "Flawless/Yoncé," "Get Me Bodied/Baby Boy/Diva," "Girls," "Heaven," "Partition," "Why Don’t You Love Me?" and "XO." Each new episode will air immediately before a new episode of "True Blood" on Sunday nights.




Beyoncé's last special for HBO was the 2013 autobiographical documentary film she directed, "Life Is But a Dream," which combined behind-the-scenes footage, private home movies and concert footage from her four-night revue in Atlantic City.




The first airing of the film had an audience of 1.8 million, which was the largest audience the channel had seen for a documentary in nearly 10 years.

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by Jay Alexander posted Jun 25 2014 11:55AM

DJ Funk Flex has had his fair share of beef lately. After going back and forth with Dame Dash the DJ has taken aim at fellow radio personality, Power 105’s DJ Envy. The Hot 97 host got personal with Envy posting a picture of a cease-and-desist letter from The Breakfast Club host’s attorney.


The picture’s caption said, “McGriff the Snitch aka lil power ranger always talking to police and lawyers sending over paperwork!!! #stoptalkingtopolice.” Envy went on to post a response on Instagram upholding the same letter, adding the following statement. “Now this is a Cease & Desist…. Full letter… No snitching, no police, no statements… this is a letter to a business… Stopping a coward from lying and making up stories…


Any TRUE Dad or HUSBAND would do the same… Chess not checkers… @djfunkflexYour a lying, worthless, jealous, pathetic, old man… we all know your going thru a lot.. But lying is not the answer.. You have been in this business to long to go out like a bitch!!!


You are 55 years old acting like a child… Be truthful with yourself bruh.. you are killing your legacy… We know your not tough, your not a thug, no fists, no gunplay just a man that likes to DJ… Be that man… We are excited Angie is part of the team and will continue to celebrate that…. I will not respond to your shenanigans again… Lights Out!!!”


This is not the first time the two have had issues. For years they have gone at it. Funk Flex’s beef with The Breakfast Club started when the morning show covered a story on Hot 97’s DJ Mr. Cee’s sex scandal with a transsexual.



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