Being a member of a legendary hip-hop group like the Pharcyde is a blessing and a curse. It's a blessing because of the legacy that the group leaves behind after a lengthy career. The music is timeless, and the fans never forget. However, the curse of being a member of a legendary group is that a solo artist will almost always get swallowed up in the shadow of the group's legacy...
It appears Pitbull has deferred to Ryan Seacrest in his defense against Lindsay Lohan's frivolous, unrelenting prosecution against the Miami MC, who name-checked her in his Ne-Yo and Afrojack-featuring hit 'Give Me Everything.'
In what TMZ has described as the "Seacrest Defense," Pitbull has filed legal documents in New York, responding to Lohan's suit by contending that television perso
Legendary Public Enemy front man Chuck D has filed a $100 million lawsuit against Universal Music Group, claiming breach of contract.
The class action suit, filed in the U.S. Disctrict Court in Northern Calif. on Tuesday (Nov. 1), accuses UMG of failing to provide proper accounting for digital royalties, alleging that the label has cheated its artists "hundreds of millions of dollars in roy
Pitbull has responded to Hollywood actress Lindsay Lohan's lawsuit, which details her anger over the rapper's chart-topping mega-hit 'Give Me Everything' -- she feels the single includes "disparaging" and "defamatory" lines about her. On his official website, Pitbull responds that Lohan had read the lyrics wrong, in fact...
Just when Lil Wayne's lawyers think they might have time to leave their desks for a quick sandwich or call home to their loved ones, who've no doubt forgotten what they look like, another lawsuit comes down the pike.
TMZ is reporting that rapper Rich Rick has filed a suit in L...
Troubled Hollywood actress Lindsay Lohan is suing rapper Pitbull over a single line in his chart-topping mega-hit 'Give Me Everything' featuring Ne-Yo and Afrojack. According to TMZ, her lawsuits states that "the lyrics, by virtue of its wide appeal, condemnation, excoriation, disparaging or defamatory statements by the defendants about the plaintiff are destined to do irreparable harm to the
More often than not, artists take to Twitter to vent their frustrations and New Edition singer Johnny Gill recently did just that. However, his diatribe has now brought a lawsuit upon him.
According to TMZ, the 45-year-old D.C. native is being sued by Ira DeWitt, CEO of Notifi Records, where Gill is signed to, due to the Twitter lashing the entertainer dished out after he believed DeWitt leaked on