*T-Pain is said to have broken four teeth and suffered several cuts and abrasions on his face during a freak golf cart accident that took place on Friday.
The tumble caused the singer-producer to bail from various projects, including a music video shoot with Lil Kim for their upcoming single, "Download."
"He's gonna be in the video, but we have to wait until he heals and gets better,” Lil Kim told HipHollywood.com. “So, to my boy… Continue
Contactmusic.com has informed its readers that Columbia Records has reportedly released Kelly Rowland from Columbia Records.
“Former Destiny’s Child star KELLY ROWLAND has reportedly been dropped by her record label, just two months after firing her manager, former band-mate Beyonce Knowles' dad.
Despite the fact her first two solo albums sold more than four million copies, British tabloid News of The World reports the Dilemma singer… Continue
Here's a flick from Young Jeezy's new video for "Get Allot (Remix)" which features his CTE artists Boo Rossini and Roccett. Shot yesterday in Atlanta by director Gabriel Hart.
Photo: Thaddeaus McAdams from ExclusiveAccess.net.
Another flick from that vid after the jump and a look from the set of Jeezy's video for "I Dont Know… Continue
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In other news Barack Obama’s administration has sided with the RIAA in issues dealing with copyright infringement.
The Obama administration has sided with the recording industry in a copyright lawsuit against an alleged peer-to-peer pirate, a move that echoes arguments previously made by the Bush administration. A legal brief filed Sunday in a case that the Recording Industry Association of America is pursuing in Massachusetts argues that federal copyright law is not so… Continue