On MTV's new show "Hip Hop POV," Lil Wayne revealed that he is working on an album called Devol (loved, backwards), entirely made up of love songs he wrote in prison. Remember to keep those pronouns specific, homey! [MTV]

Bobby Brown has pleaded not guilty to his recent DUI charge, after he was nabbed talking on his cellphone while driving, failed a field sobriety test and blew a .12, with a suspended license. Good luck with that one. [TMZ]

Looks like Flo Rida's on the hook for over $80,000, after failing to appear at an Australian music festival. "We basically got a call at 3PM saying Flo Rida had thrown a hissy fit was not happy about his Sydney accommodation and had stormed off," the promoter revealed. [NYPost]

A Tupac hologram, which premiered during Snoop Dogg's Coachella set Sunday (April 15), took about four months to create, cost between $100,000 to $400,000 and was designed by San Diego company AV Concepts. [MTV]

Christmas is coming a couple of years too late for Cam'ron fans, as the Dipset rapper has announced that he will be releasing a new song every day for the next 30 days. He calls it the UnLost Files. Wow. [RapFix]

Check out Nelly Furtado's new single "Big Hoops (Bigger the Better)," from her forthcoming album The Spirit Indestructible, which hits shelves June 19. Sounds a lot like Rihanna covering Lumidee. [YouTube]

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