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Somewhere in California, Christina Aguilera is wishing she’d never gotten out of bed this year. The once respected pop powerhouse has been collared for public drunkenness, forgot the words to [...]

 Sony Christina Aguilera “Ain’t No Other Man” Copyright Infringement Lawsuit
 Sony Christina Aguilera “Ain’t No Other Man” Copyright Infringement Lawsuit

Country crooning duo The Bellamy Brothers have a bone to pick with pop star Britney Spears: They think the singing/dancing sensation ripped off on of their signature songs. You be the judge. Check out the song samples after the jump! David Bellamy, who formed the duo with his brother Howard more than 30 years ago, [...] Continue reading Bellamy Brothers Britney Spears Copyright Infringement Claims

50 Cent named in NY copyright infringement lawsuit

Rapper 50 Cent made a hit song out of talking about how he gets money. Now another rapper wants to get some too – from 50 Cent.. Lawyers for Tyrone… Continue reading 50 Cent named in NY copyright infringement lawsuit

Parliament funk pioneer George Clinton is suing hip-pop group the Black Eyed Peas for copyright infringement after the band allegedly twice sampled his 1979 hit “(Not Just) Knee Deep” — first for a 2003 single and again on their Grammy-nominated 2009 comeback album, The E.N.D.. According to the complaint, filed on Friday in US District [...] Continue reading George Clinton Black Eyed Peas Copyright Infringement Lawsuit

Brooke Hogan is facing legal action from Jamaican production company Jam 2 for not properly crediting them for beats they contributed to the aspiring pop star’s commercially-unsuccessful sophomore LP, The Redemption. Jam 2 are seeking $200,000 in compensation after claiming that Hogan and her team credited the backing track they composed for the song “Trust Me” [...] Continue reading Brooke Hogan Sued For Copyright Infringement