More developments in the on-going legal drama surrounding Chris Brown. The latest news is that Breezy has rejected a plea deal for the incident which occurred outside his hotel in Washington, D.C., when Brown allegedly punched another man.
Audio certainly isn't the only aspect of music that's copyrighted, and lyrics are no exception. As reported by billboard.com, it seems The National Music Publishers Association has issued take-down notices to 50 lyrics sites believed to be operating without proper licensing.
Although Chief Keef has remained relatively quiet for the past month or so, he's back in the headlines once again. As reported by the irrepressible TMZ, it seems the young Glory Boy owes his landlord nearly $10,000 in back rent.