a day to remember 2011

BREAKING NEWS: A Day To Remember Release Statement On Lawsuit

A Day To Remember have responded to Victory Records previous statement regarding their ongoing lawsuit. Unlike Victory, ADTR seem to be taking high road this time and not thoroughly discussing the matter but offering some clarity on the events that have unfolded. View A Day To Remember’s statement by looking below and let us know […]


BREAKING NEWS: Victory Records Responds To A Day To Remember Lawsuit

UTG just received an official statement from Victory Records regarding the lawsuit filed against them. In the statement, Victory’s Robert S. Meloni attempts to clear up any confusion and state their view of the situation with A Day To Remember. Read the statement by simply looking below: Recent reports of claims filed by the Victory […]

Ticketmaster Refunding All Customer Purchases Over The Past 12 Years

Have you or someone you know used Ticketmaster’s website to buy tickets between October 21, 1999 and October 19, 2011? If so, you’re in luck. However; you’re going to have to wait until May 29, 2012 to find out if the court will approve the settlement at a Final Approval hearing. Compensation will be issued […]


Daddy Yankee Cancels Tour, Makes Promoter’s Eyes Bleed

Rapper Daddy Yankee is in hot water this morning following a lawsuit who claims stress from cancelled Argentinian tour caused him to bleed from his eyes. TMZ is reporting that Yankee, after accepting an $820,000 advance from a concert promoter in Argentina and agreeing to extend his stay to a 10-date tour for another $480,000, […]


BREAKING NEWS: Conrad Murray Found GUILTY Of Involuntary Manslaughter

Over a year after the death of pop legend Michael Jackson, we finally have an answer as to whether or not Dr. Conrad Murray is guilty of manslaughter. Today, a jury of his peers in the state of California found Guilty of the crime of involuntary manslaughter. There is obviously going to be a ton […]


Insane Clown Posse Sued For $2 Million

AllHipHop is reporting that Detroit based hip hop group Insane Clown Posse are being sued for $2 million after reportedly sampling songs without permission. The suit was filed in Ohio by Entity Productions, a company claiming the group used Halloween-themed tracks without their permission for seven songs without permission of the music’s owner, The Midnight […]

Dream Theater

Former Dream Theater Member Files Lawsuit Against The Group

Mike Portnoy, former member of Dream Theater, has allegedly filed suit against his band mates for carrying on without him. These charges were supposedly filed in April. Portnoy states, “They are wrongfully using the name of the band in connection with the promotion of live performances by the individual defendants, without the participation or consent […]

Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan sues Pitbull

Lindsay Lohan is suing Pitbull for a reference he made to her in his hit song “Give Me Everything.” The lyrics that include the reference that causes so-called “irreparable harm” to her reputation are “hustlers move aside, so I’m tiptoein’, to keep flowin’ / I got it locked up like Lindsay Lohan.” Lohan claims in […]

Ghostface Killah sues Universal Music Group

While already trying to defend himself from a lawsuit brought on by Hollywood composer Jack Urbont regarding copyright infringement, Ghostface Killah is filing a lawsuit of his own. The target of this lawsuit is Universal Music Group and Ghostface Killah’s aim is to be able to collect full royalties for his work as a member […]

Lauryn Hill sued by former guitarist

Jay Gore, former guitarist for Lauryn Hill, is suing the singer for over $20,000 in unpaid wages for his services on the last leg of Hill’s 2008 world tour. Gore also claims to have been harassed, verbally abused, and “dressed down” by Hill during the tour. Gore’s suit reads that, After shows, Hill would demand […]

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 […]

Lil Wayne & Birdman sued (again)

Next time you’re listening to a Lil Wayne or Birdman song and think, “Wow, this beat is great,” maybe it would be a grand idea to put a dollar in an envelope and mail it to the producer because it seems that’s the only way anyone working with Young Money gets paid anymore. For the […]