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SINGLE REVIEW: Featuring Miley Cyrus, Wiz Khalifa, and French Montana – “Feeling Myself”

Track: “Feeling Myself”
Artist:, Miley Cyrus, Wiz Khalifa, French Montana
Album: TBA

There was a time when no one could touch the talent of, and if we’re being completely honest it was not that long ago. Black Eyed Peas were topping the charts with a new song every month or two, shows were sold out, and every company looking for an endorsement was (likely) knocking down’s door hoping to slap their logo on his next project. Will eventually decided to step out on his own, and for a long time people believed he would be even …


2 Chainz Debuts “Netflix” Featuring Fergie

For the most part, no matter what you do today at some point you will likely think to yourself in a very Garfield manner, “I hate Mondays.” If you do, that’s okay, because 99% of the population feels exactly the same. Monday is the weekend killer. The unfriendly reminder that every seven days you have to continue grinding away at a project that is (likely) far bigger than yourself for wages you may or may not feel matches the work put in. You don’t see your friends, at least not in the same way, and you know that once you …

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Black Eyed Peas File Lawsuit Against Former Manager Sean M. Larkin

UTG has learned that Black Eyed Peas have filed a lawsuit against their former manager, Sean M. Larkin, for failing to file taxes on the band’s behalf between 2002 and 2009., Taboo and all accused Larkin of misleading the group when asked to see financial documents proving taxes were completed. This fraud cost the Black Eyed Peas an enormous $3.2 million (£2.1 million)!

“Larkin falsely represented … on numerous occasions that he was taking care of everything and that they had nothing to worry about,” the band members’ lawyers wrote in the lawsuit.

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THE DROP: New Video from Flux & P, New Free Stuff from Tallan, Stizreth and More!

The evolution of Under The Gun Review continues this week with the latest installment of our electronica feature, The Drop. Written weekly by resident basshead Jake White, The Drop is your go-to source for weekly electronic/dubstep/techno news!

If you’re an emerging talent in this area or have a news tip you’d like to see featured, contact us! Write with the subject “Drop” and we’ll get you or your news featured as soon as possible!

Welcome back, bassheads! It’s been another week, and I’m sure you’re all starved for some fresh, free bass tracks to take home with you. Well, …

The Black Eyed Peas announce INDEFINITE HIATUS

The Black Eyed Peas have announced they are going on an indefinite break from creating music together.

The announcement came earlier this week, as the band performed at Alton Towers in Staffordshire, England. You can view a video capturing the moment below.

Will.I.Am later confirmed the split, tweeting “The @Bep will take a break after the beginning…just like we did from monkey business to the e.n.d…but it doesn’t mean we stop creating.”

Rumors are fly that Will is set to drop Black Einstein, his first solo album, later this year. At the time of this article however, No release …

DJ wins $1 million in “My Humps” lawsuit

Cleveland disc jockey and early rap artist Orrin Lynn Tolliver, Jr. just won $1.2 million dollars in a New York state court case against, essentially, “My Humps.” Apparently, Tolliver’s friend and long-time collaborator allowed Tolliver’s 1983 song, “I Need A Freak,” to be sampled without permission. Tolliver’s friend then lied about giving permission and never gave Tolliver a dime! Luckily, the judge saw through this B.S. and justice was served. Click here for the full story.

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P!ATD playing BBC 1’s Big Weekend

Panic! At The Disco will be performing at BBC Radio 1′s Big Weekend on May 14th in Carlisle, Cumbria (UK). They will be performing with Cage The Elephant, Foo Fighters, Black Eyed Peas, and many more. For more information about the show visit BBC Radio 1’s Website.

Music video: Black Eyed Peas “Just Can’t Get Enough”

Check out the premiere of Black Eyed Peas‘ music video for “Just Can’t Get Enough” right here.

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George Clinton files a lawsuit

This seems to be the week for hip hop artists stealing songs. Funk legend George Clinton has filed a lawsuit against The Black Eyed Peas over their hit song "Shut Up" saying that they stole a portion of George Clinton's song "(Not Just) Knee Deep".

Black Eyed Peas to perform at Superbowl

The Black Eyed Peas will be performing during halftime of the 2011 Superbowl.

Black Eyed Peas accused of song theft

For the second (and third) time this year, the Black Eyed Peas have been sued by musician's claiming the group stole their work. This time, the songs in question are "I Gotta Feeling" and "Boom Boom Pow." Find out more, here.

Preview the New “We Are the World”

Courtesy of Rolling Stone:

The 25th anniversary remake of “We Are the World,” which debuts tonight during the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics, features more than 70 performers including Kanye West, Brian Wilson, Pink and Celine Dion (the video is now available on the song’s official YouTube channel and on iTunes). But only one member of the choir overslept for his third-grade exam this week. Nine-year-old Ethan Bortnick, a singer and pianist from Florida and Tonight Show vet — he has credits at major philanthropic events and is about to film a PBS special concert — tells Rolling Stone’s