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Eminem’s grandma Betty told Britain’s Heat magazine that he and singer, Rihanna, would be a great couple. She said, “I can totally see what any girl [including Rihanna] would see in him. He’s so charming; he has always had adorable, beautiful blue eyes and this charming, wonderful smile.” she specifically said, “Rihanna would make a suitable partner for Marshall. But he needs to enjoy life and not get carried away with any relationships at the moment.”
Call the lawyers! A singer that goes by the name of Phoenix Phenom and her fellow co-writer are suing the Black Eyed Peas, claiming that the group stole a song they submitted to Interscope records and that it was later turned into the Peas’ number one hit ‘Boom Boom Pow’ illegally. While there’s no way to verify when the tune was submitted to Interscope or if the Peas ever got their hands on it, let’s go ahead and compare the two songs, shall we? Listen/compare below!
Phoenix Phenom Boom Dynamite
Black Eyed Peas – Boom Boom Pow
A song of late King of Pop Michael Jackson, which has never been released, is making rounds on the Internet.
The song, called “Another Day”, is alleged to be a duet of Jackson and singer Lenny Kravitz.
The verse the “Thriller” singer sings seems to be the same as from an older Kravitz song called “Storm”.
Kravitz, 45, had given an interview with Spinner shortly after Jackson’s death where he mentioned working with him on a song that hadn’t been released.
“It is the most amazing experience I’ve had in the studio,” Tmz.com quoted Kravitz as saying about it.
Blogs are filling with complaints and aggravations over Chris Browns latest release. ‘Famous Girl’ seems to be the song that particularly pisses people off as he sings about cheating on a girlfriend that is also cheating on him.
Lady Gaga Sings About Loving ‘Something Bad For You’ On ‘Monster’
‘It’s like being in love with the bad boy all the time, and you keep going back for more,’ she tells MTV News.
This is one weird woman!
Hours after the pop singer’s first posthumous single “This Is It” was released amid great hype on Monday, it emerged that the tune had been recorded 18 years ago by an obscure Puerto Rican singer.
Moreover the co-author of that tune, “My Way” songwriter Paul Anka, threatened to sue Jackson’s estate for proper credit and his share of royalties.
The administrators of the estate quickly acknowledged Anka’s claims and granted him 50 percent of the copyright, a potentially massive payday for the 68-year-old Canadian crooner. And an equally massive loss for the estate.
“They realize it’s a mistake, they realize it’s my song, they realize it’s my production of his vocal in my studio and I am getting 50 percent of the whole project, actually, which is fair,” Anka said in a video posted on the TMZ gossip Web site.
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Who says being dead means your career is at an end? For Michael Jackson, his death has ramped up his music career like never before. After years of sluggish sales and financial troubles, the star died and still managed to come out with another album.
Next month, MJ’s first single since his death will be released. The track is called ‘This is It.’
The song — which features backing vocals by Michael’s brothers, the Jacksons — is part of a two-disc album of music inspired by the upcoming “This Is It” film, which chronicles Jackson’s final days rehearsing for his comeback concerts.