Kanye and SolangeSued for Allegedly Ripping Off Songs 2/1/2018 2:08 PM PST EXCLUSIVE
Kanye West and Solange Knowles must now answer a lawsuit claiming their songs were a ripoff of a song called "If We Can't Be Lovers."
Leroy Mitchell, also known as Prince Phillip Mitchell, wrote "If We Can't Be Lovers" in 1970. He claims Solange's song, "F*** the Industry" and Kanye's song, "Everything I Am" both extensively sample his work without his permission.
Solange's song was not a big song and Kanye's "Everything I Am" didn't make a big splash either.
And, check this out ... we found out Solange's song was originally supposed to be on a mix tape, called "I Can't Get Clearance."
The lawsuit seeks damages and wants Kanye and Solange to stop performing the songs and to put a halt to radio play as well.
The lawsuit alleges Kanye and Solange willfully committed the infringement ... Mitchell is asking for punitive damages.
The Charlotte Crosby Stephen Bear saga could well be coming to an end, despite Bear's recently public declaration of love.
The Just Tattoo Of Us star has been recorded kissing a mystery female in a nightclub, just days after begging for his ex-girlfriend back on the official Stephen Bear Instagram account.
In footage obtained by The Sun, Bear dances in Oxygen nightclub in Telford on Boxing Day, before walking over to a mystery girl and engaging in a game of tonsil tennis.
In the clip, Bear doesn't remove his sunglasses or even put own his drink.
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BOXING DAY NIGHT OUT: Stephen Bear has been spotted kissing a mystery girlGeordie Shore's Charlotte Crosby Charlotte Crosby's back on our screens in the new series of Geordie Shore. We've certainly missed the naughty Geordies antics on their mortal nights out. Take a look through her hottest pics.INSTAGRAM/ STEPHEN BEAR
BEGGING FOR HIS EX: Bear made a heartfelt plea this weekThe quick kiss only l..
NUCLASSICA electro-pop violinist Leia Rose shares what it’s like playing for Detroit’s electro-pop violin band, how she got started in music and some of her favorite musicians.
By Chelsie Dzbanski
1. Can you share a bit about yourself and your career path? My name is Leia Rose. I’m 17 years old, going into my senior year at Cranbrook Kingswood. I currently live in Bloomfield Hills with my mom, two brothers and two cats. I started playing classical violin at a young age. Early on, I really did not like playing or practicing, and definitely never thought of music as a possible career path (I w..
Just five more minutes… It’s time to celebrate National Napping Day and some of your favorite celebs – from a crashing Kanye West to a snoozing Zayn Malik – are getting in the spirit by grabbing some shuteye!Shhhh…Kanye West, 40, is sleeping. Being a celebrity can be exhausting, and thankfully for Yeezey, Katy Perry, 33, and more, it’s National Napping Day. March 10 marks the 19th annual holiday devoted to catching a quick snoozer at your desk, in you chair or out in the middle of a public park. Just take it from Justin Bieber, 24, who decided to catch a quick nap while lounging on the grass outside of Canada’s parliament building in May 2016. Admittedly, Biebs looked really comfy, so perhaps the ground outside of Canada’s parliament is just that soft?
Not every celebrity is near the finely manicured lawn of a country’s capitol building when it comes to naptime. Ian Somerhalder, 39, made the best of a bad situation when he needed to get a few minutes of beauty sleep. He swiped all his ..
My Disneyland Muscle's
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Natalie Portman knows how to make an entrance at Disneyland -- Cute kiddo in tow? Check. Stormtrooper as your muscle? No doubt!
Natalie and her family hit up The Happiest Place on Earth on Sunday where they got the royal treatment. The entire family was there ... hubby Benjamin Millepied, 1-year-old Amalia and 7-year-old son, Aleph.
They hit up It's a Small World and Big Thunder Mountain, but with Queen Amidala in town, it was a no-brainer that she also sit in for a 'Star Wars' show. Some of the kids, including Aleph, took the stage for a lightsaber show against Amidala's grandson, Kylo Ren.
But no doubt stealing the scene was baby girl Amalia ... who couldn't look any cuter avoiding the sun with her pink floppy hat. Adorbs!
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First it was Kaia Gerber, the daughter of supermodel Cindy Crawford, owning Fashion Month last September, and, now, it's the boys' turn.
With Milan Men's Fashion Week in full swing, the progeny of some already pretty fine stars have been walking the runway.
Photo galleryMilan Men's Fashion WeekThe son of Westworld star James Marsden, 16-year-old Jack, made his catwalk debut walking for Dolce & Gabbana on Monday.
Proud dad Marsden, 44, gushed about his son's appearance on social media after the show.
"Could not be more proud of my oldest son @jackmmarsden walking his first show for @dolcegabbana and their Men's Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2018/2019 campaign in Milan today! Thank you Domenico and Stefano for having us!" Marsden wrote, adding the hashtag "#proudpapa".
Given Marsden has modelled for Versace in the past, the apple isn't falling too far from the tree. The actor previously said he would help his son achieve his dreams.
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Famous Musicians Made in Memphis | Getty Images FOTO
Blues, Soul and good ol’ Rock ‘n’ Roll.
Published May 23, 2018
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Some of the most influential musicians the world has ever known created their most memorable music in Memphis, Tennessee. From Beale Street and Graceland to Sun Studio and Soulsville, USA, Memphis’ legacy of blues, soul, jazz, and rock and roll is second to none. Here are 11 remarkable talents — and a few outright geniuses — who were, figuratively and literally, made in Memphis.
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Elvis Presley (1935 – 1977) forged his unique early sound at Sun Studio, where he recorded two dozen songs. In fact, he paid the studio four bucks to record his first two, “My Happiness” and “That’s When Your Heartaches Begin,” when he was just 18. (His family moved to Memphis when he was 13.) The King’s 24 studio albums, six live albums, 20 soundtrack albums and scores of posthumous compilations have sol..
Chuck NorrisSues CBS & Sony for $30 Million'Walker' Is Making Cash I'm Not Getting!!! 2/1/2018 7:21 PM PST Chuck Norris fact: he was the star of "Walker, Texas Ranger," and now he claims he's getting screwed out of some serious profits from the shows video-on-demand money.
Chuck's company, Top Kick Productions, is going after CBS and Sony Pictures for allegedly cheating him out of his share of the streaming VOD revenue ... according to new legal docs. The issue revolves around an alleged 23 percent cut of profits CBS agreed to give Chuck in 1993, which he claims he hasn't received from the on-demand revenue.
According to the suit ... CBS and Sony have conspired to promote 'Walker' more through on-demand services and less on TV and DVD to avoid paying him his share, and he hasn't seen a dime of his profits from S-VOD since 2004.
Chuck's company is suing for breach of contract and shady dealing ... and wants at least $30 mil to make it ri..
ClassicalWagner, Orchestral Music from "Der Ring des Nibelungen" performed by Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by JoAnn Falletta (Naxos). If you take an historical overview of the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra you have to conclude that no BPO conductor has achieved anything close on record with the orchestra to the recording presence that Falletta has. Foss' avant-garde influence on the BPO was profound on the orchestra and the city, but the recordings he produced weren't. Michael Tilson Thomas' decision to use the BPO to record the complete music of Carl Ruggles was the BPO's most consequential recorded moment, along with its recording of Terry Rley's "In C." But you could argue that the BPO's records for Naxos have been the fulfillment of the orchestra conducted years ago by Steinberg and Krips. It's Naxos' marvelous insistence on using the BPO for "big" works with a "big" orchestral sound are making every new disc a potential wonderme..
Ars Lyrica and guest musicians Paul Avril and Loren Tayerle in concert on New Year’s Eve, 2017.On this week’s episode of Encore Houston, Ars Lyrica celebrates the New Year with music from eighteenth-century Berlin. The theme of the concert focused on the famous musician and patron Sara Itzig Levy, and the featured pieces were either works she helped premiere or had in her own catalog.
Music in this episode:
CARL PHILIPP EMANUEL BACH, Concerto in E-flat major for harpsichord and fortepiano
Mario Aschauer, fortepianoMatthew Dirst, harpsichordGEORG PHILIPP TELEMANN, Paris Quartet in G major
Colin St. Martin, fluteElizabeth Blumenstock, violinBarrett Sills, celloMatthew Dirst, harpsichordWILHELM FRIEDMANN BACH, Flute Concerto in D major
Colin St. Martin, fluteTELEMANN, Concerto in F major for two horns
Paul Avril, hornLoren Tayerle, hornPerformance date: 12/31/2017Originally aired: 3/31/2018New episodes of Encore Houston air Saturdays at 10 PM, with a repeat broadcast Sundays at 4 PM, all..
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