British songstress Adele signed a £90 Million ($130 million USD) recording contract with American recording label Sony Records. The recording contract is the largest ever for a British artist.
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Brandy Norwood sued her record label for $1 million, claiming the label refused to let her out of her contract.
Courthouse News reports the 37-year-old singer/actress sued New York-based Chameleon Entertainment and its owner-CEO Breyon Prescott on Tuesday, claiming he “double-dipped” at her expense.
Sony Music is cutting ties with Dr. Luke, the controversial music producer who was accused of sexually assaulting singer Kesha Rose Sebert, aka Ke$sha.
Kesha’s fans were outraged after a Manhattan judge refused to allow her to terminate her Sony contract amid sexual assault allegations.
Embattled music producer Dr. Luke hastily deleted a long forgotten picture of singer Kesha Rose Sebert from his social media account.
A sharp-eyed Twitter.com follower noticed the creepy photo of the “Tik Tok” singer fast asleep (or drugged) on Luke’s Twitter.com account.
Last week a female judge in Manhattan denied Kesha Rose Sebert‘s request to terminate her Sony contract after the singer claimed she was raped by her producer, Dr. Luke.
The 28-year-old pop singer broke down and cried in open court when the judge told her Sony’s commercial interests took priority over her personal safety and welfare.
Pop singer Ke$ha Rose broke down and cried in Manhattan Superior Court after a judge denied her request for a preliminary injunction allowing her to terminate her contract with Sony.
Ke$ha, whose real name is Kesha Rose Sebert, told the court her producer, Dr. Luke, raped her. She said she feared working with him again. The 28-year-old singer was concerned Sony would refuse to promote her music if she worked with a different producer.
Beyonce’s husband, aging rapper Jay Z, is feeling the pressure to save his struggling music streaming app Tidal.
Adding to the rapper’s increasing anxiety was the mounting pressure to cut a deal with Sony Records to continue streaming the music giant’s catalogue of artists, including his wife. But strapped for cash, Jay Z didn’t have the millions of dollars Sony required.