Jay Z and Beyoncé’s On The Run Tour has been one for the history books.
As Pharrell celebrated one success after another in 2013, he was also combating an odd lawsuit filed by fellow producer-artist will.i.am over the use of “I Am” in his “I Am Other” brand name. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the two men have reached a settlement before matters got worse.
will.i.am didn’t have a humble bone in his body the day he recorded “Feelin’ Myself,” a synth-based tune that boast’s “you the sh*t goddamn it,” repeatedly. Those sentiments remain the same in the newly released visual for the cut.
will.i.am masterminds another feature heavy track, titled “Feeling Myself.” The Black Eyed Peas frontman’s latest release features Miley Cyrus, French Montana, and Wiz Khalifa.
Tyler, The Creator seems happy-go-lucky enough, right? Well, this wasn’t the case after a brief conversation with Black Eyed Peas’ frontman will.i.am that he detailed via Twitter earlier today.
will.i.am will see Pharrell Williams in court because of an ongoing dispute over the use of “I Am” in the latter’s “i am OTHER” brand. No, this situation hasn’t been resolved.
Yo Gotti is not a member of Grand Hustle, he’s creating his own lane. Gotti spoke to Hip-Hop Wired and cleared up reports that he joined T.I.’s growing Hustle Gang family.
Pharrell Williams isn’t taking any chances with will.i.am‘s attempts to keep all things “I Am” for himself. The N.E.R.D. rapper/singer has sued the Black Eyed Peas frontman in order to keep using his own “i am OTHER” brand.
Will.i.am’s legal action against Pharrell Williams isn’t a lawsuit, his lawyer says. Rolling Stone obtained court documents in which the Los Angeles native accused Williams of stealing his “I Am” moniker for “i am OTHER.”
will.i.am always had a knack for having out of the box concepts for visuals, and he delivers yet another for his #willpower track “#ThatPower,” featuring Justin Bieber.
will.i.am is feeling quite generous today. Last night, the Black Eyed Peas artist dropped his new single “Fall Down,” featuring Miley Cirus, only to turn around and stream the entire #willpower project on on his Youtube channel. With that we receive this track, titled “Freshy,” with Juicy J.
Former front man of the Black Eyed Peas, will.i.am., is pulling out all of the stops for his upcoming album, #willpower. This time, he taps on Justin Bieber to provide the hook for his latest single, “#thatPOWER.”
will.i.am and his Britney Spears-assisted single “Scream And Shout” with all stars, Diddy, Hit-Boy, Waka Flocka Flame and Lil Wayne sprung a little leak early.
The team over at Beats By Dre has been making an impact with their “What Will You B” campaign.
Depending on how you view this video, this is probably the most racist thing you’ll see today or the funniest thing you’ll see today. Blake Burman, a news reporter for FOX News affiliate WSVN in Miami, had a tough time identifying his Black rappers during coverage of the election.