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Queen Bey is about to get stung, but not without a fight! Many fans would have recognized that Anthony Barre, aka “Messy Mya,” is suing Beyoncé over the sampling of the late New Orleans comedian’s spoken-word YouTube clips used in the first single of Beyoncé’s critically acclaimed album “Lemonade.” Bey’s team is now trying to...
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Last Friday, court papers were filed dismissing a case against Ed Sheeran over a copyright infringement suit over his song, “Photograph.” Songwriters, Martin Harrington and Thomas Leonard and their publishing company HaloSongs, filed a lawsuit in June 2016, alleging that Sheeran’s song was derived from their own original work “Amazing.” The song was a single...
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  It’s an exciting time K-pop! This week our client, Ailee a.k.a “Korean Beyonce,”has dropped her latest mini album! Her new music video “Home” just dropped yesterday and is one of many new tracks featured on her new album “A New Empire.” You can watch the official music video for the song here: CLICK HERE. ...
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Happy Wednesday Everyone! Looks like record labels are dealing with another cyber stealing problem again! Labels such as; UMG Recordings, Capitol Records, Warner Bros, Sony Music, Arista Records, Atlantic Records and others are royally pissed at YouTube-mp3.org (YTMP3) for cutting down their royalties. YTMP3 is a site that provides users a platform to illegally rip...
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