The late R&B icon Marvin Gaye returns to the Billboard charts in the wake of the landmark decision in his family’s favor against Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke.
And he thinks the trial verdict may not just pertain to music, either.
The latest line of defense in the one-time rap mogul’s hit and run case is that he couldn’t avoid it because he can’t see out of this left eye. Wait, what?
Bail for Suge Knight, who was arrested in a fatal hit-and-run last week, has been revoked.
A new group has singled out YouTube over other sharing services for a slew of reasons, including “their attitude.”
Shmurda is being held on a $2 million bail.
“Happy” singer Pharrell Williams recently settled his lawsuit against artist will.i.am over the use of the phrase “I Am.”
This is not the year for Akon. In the last six months, Akon has been hit with three lawsuits asking for thousands of dollars each.
Chris Brown is being sued by a man who claims the singer beat him, broke his nose and yelled homophobic words at him. He is filing a lawsuit on the same D.C. charges that Brown currently faces.
There’s a not-insignificant, less-asked question about these recent troubles: Why do these young, significantly less famous black artists — Khalil, Lil Za and Lil Twist — keep getting jailed up in Bieber’s wake?