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.
A new group has singled out YouTube over other sharing services for a slew of reasons, including “their attitude.”
Scott Weiland has landed himself in hot water once again. Weiland is in custody for burglary and possession of a controlled substance.
Another chunk of the universal heart just fell off today, as Gwynth Paltrow announced via Faceook/GOOP/mass email that she and Coldplay’s Chris Martin will be undergoing a “conscious uncoupling.”
“We know this is only one of the many mistakes we’re bound to make as we grow our business,” GoldieBlox wrote on their website. “The great thing about mistakes is how much you can learn from them.”
The Beastie Boys have settled with GoldieBlox for an undisclosed amount over the toy company’s use of their song “Girls” in a parody video ad.
The singer’s response calls out the NFL for “profane, bawdy, lascivious, demeaning and/or unacceptable behavior” by everyone from the players to performers picked to perform the halftime show.
According to CNN, the assault charge stems from an encounter with a limousine driver last month. It’s the pop star’s second arrest this week.
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?