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Lil Wayne suing Cash Money Records for $51 million

Lil Wayne has filed a $51 million lawsuit to break from Cash Money Records, and will attempt to take Nicki Minaj and Drake with him.
In Music by Joel Freimark / January 29, 2015

Recently homeless Sly Stone awarded $5 million in lawsuit

After decades of bad luck, addiction and homelessness, a Los Angeles court has ruled in favor of Sly Stone, awarding him $5 million from his former business partners.
In Music by Joel Freimark / January 28, 2015

2 Chainz mulling run for mayor

Now that he's publicly bested Nancy Grace, 2 Chainz is looking to take over the leadership of his home town.
In Music by Joel Freimark / January 27, 2015

Sam Smith forced to pay ‘Stay With Me’ royalties to Tom Petty

Though they claimed to have not known the song during recording, Sam Smith's team has agreed to pay royalties and give writing credit to Tom Petty.
In Music by Joel Freimark / January 26, 2015

Slayer releases new line of custom-made shoes; Satan approves

Slayer has teamed with a California store to offer fans custom designed shoes, emblazoned with various versions of the band's iconic logo.
In Music by Joel Freimark / January 23, 2015

Marilyn Manson: Courtney Love ‘was mad because I didn’t want to f**k her’

Manson told Esquire that Courtney Love “was mad at me because I didn’t want to fuck her and I was smarter than her.” …
In Music by Joel Freimark / January 22, 2015

St. Vincent, tUnE-yArDs, Dev Hynes join forces for live performances

St. Vincent, Nelly Furtado, tUnE-yArDs and Dev Hynes join David Byrne's all star musical lineup that will be playing behind high school colorguards.
In Music by Joel Freimark / January 21, 2015

Led Zeppelin unleashes unreleased ‘Houses Of The Holy’ mix

In preparation for the February reissue of “Physical Grafitti” , Led Zeppelin is giving fans a sneak peak with a rough mix of “Houses Of The Holy.” …
In Music by Joel Freimark / January 20, 2015

Sonisphere Festival canceled—again

For the second time in three years, Sonisphere has been canceled due to lack of decent acts willing to play.
In Music by Joel Freimark / January 19, 2015

Grateful Dead announce final shows ever

The Grateful Dead have announced their final shows ever, and Phish's Trey Anastasio will front the band at the Solider Field performances.
In Music by Joel Freimark / January 16, 2015

Rage Against The Machine, KRS-One taught in AZ high school

The Tucson Schools' Superintendent is defending his teachers right to play Rage Against The Machine and KRS-One to teach history and English.
In Music by Joel Freimark / January 15, 2015

Bjork announces new album – fans cross fingers

Bjork took to social media late last night to announce that her new album, "Vulnicura," will be coming out in March …
In Music by Joel Freimark / January 14, 2015

Garth Brooks tops Elvis for best selling solo artist ever

According to new sales figured, Garth Brooks has surpassed Elvis Presley’s numbers to become the biggest selling solo artist in history.
In Music by Joel Freimark / January 13, 2015

Unheard Nirvana tracks coming to HBO documentary

The new Kurt Cobain documentary “Montage Of Heck”, has guaranteed to deliver never before heard Nirvana and Kurt Cobain music.
In Music by Joel Freimark / January 12, 2015

Shabazz Palaces teams with Jack White for direct-to-acetate album

Shabazz Palaces are teaming up with Jack White’s Third Man Records to make a live, direct-to-acetate recording later this month.
In Music by Joel Freimark / January 9, 2015

Universal sues over prison mix tapes

Universal Music Group has decided to spend their time and money suing companies that send “care packages” to prison inmates across the county.
In Music by Joel Freimark / January 8, 2015

Monster suing Dr. Dre for Beats ‘betrayal’

Monster has slapped the company with a lawsuit, claiming that Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine “robbed” Monster CEO Noel Lee of his invention.
In Music by Joel Freimark / January 7, 2015

Courtney Love gives awkward opera debut

Courtney Love has given the world an opera performance to judge, and for those who have attended a grade school vocal recital, it will seem strangely familiar.
In Music by Joel Freimark / January 6, 2015

People don’t know Paul McCartney. Get over it.

Current teens are more than half a century removed from Beatlemania, and are the children of a generation more concerned with Michael Jackson than The Fab Four.
In Music by Joel Freimark / January 5, 2015

PJ Harvey to record next studio album in public

Beginning January 16, fans will be able to watch PJ Harvey record the album live, thanks to a specially designed studio fitted with one-way-glass.
In Music by Joel Freimark / January 2, 2015

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