Azalea is taking her issues regarding the leaked music and an alleged sex tape straight to court.
The guard is suing Gene Simmons and company for “injuries, loss of wages and other unspecified damages.”
“When a music artist or songwriter signs to Ultra, it is our responsibility to protect what they have created.”
The U.S. Justice Department is taking another stand against the act as they are asking a judge to dismiss the lawsuit claiming the duo has no standing to sue. The hearing is to be held today (June 23).
The way one California family tells it, New Kids on the Block star Joey McIntyre should spend more time walking “Step by Step,” and less behind the wheel of a car.
The suit addresses Jason Van Dyke’s claims to have been an integral part of the Lumineers’ songwriting process, and seeks co-authorship for nine of the group’s songs.
He had no further comment on the subject.
Charles Harvey Ferrelle III has filed charges against Currington claiming that the singer has ridiculed him on his website following their altercation last year.
The singer has not yet responded to the suit.
A judge in Wayne County, Michigan, has just signed off on an arrest warrant for R&B legend Anita Baker, according to CBS Detroit. This comes a week after the 56-year-old Baker failed to appear in court for a hearing in a civil lawsuit.
If you’re ever sued by a burrito company, and you’ve the means to settle, let Frank Ocean show you how to have the last word — or two.
“We’re not a gang, we’re a family,” says ICP member Shaggy 2 Dope.
For those who were around in the ’90s, McGrath will forever be remembered as the frosted-tipped frontman for feel-good rockers Sugar Ray, scoring massive MTV and radio hits with songs like “Fly” and “Every Morning.”
“The NFL thing is completely ridiculous. It’s been making me laugh for a while, but now it’s so boring I don’t even laugh anymore.”
The lawsuit against the notoriously controversial Sri Lankan singer was filed by the NFL last March, with the league’s legal team just last week attempting to find M.I.A. liable so she can be taken to trial over the incident.
The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals dismissed a suit claiming that Elton John plagiarized the hit from “Natasha,” a song submitted to John’s publisher years before “Nikita” hit the charts.