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Produced by Cardiak, the track serves as the first offering from the rapper's first album in six years, 'Deeply Rooted'.
The 'Right Now' singer is facing another lawsuit because his dangerous dive from the stage reportedly causes permanent disability to a concert staff.
South Korean girl group Wonder Girls release a futuristic-themed video for their new English-language song 'Like Money' which features Akon.
The CEO of Czar Entertainment, who once managed Akon and Brandy, is facing life in prison after convicted of 13 charges including cocaine distribution, money laundering and witness tampering.
The 'Smack That' hitmaker encourages his fans to use their fists rather than pull out a gun to settle feuds with their enemies.
Sharing his hope to sign the 16-year-old 'Idol' finalist, the 'Angel' singer thinks Jessica was almost voted off the singing competition because she's so good that people assume she's been voted for.
Although he's rumored to boycott the show, the '30 Rock' star congratulates his lucky competitor Jim Parsons and the other winners of the 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards.
Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone also bring in Ed Helms, John Stamos and Maya Rudolph at the 63rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards.
The 'Wizards of Waverly Place' beauty steals the attention by donning a bright blue bubble dress, sequined stockings and blue peep-toes when attending the Blue Ball Birthday Bash.
'Diary of a Wimpy Kid 2: Rodrick Rules' tops the chart by earning $24.4 million, while 'Limitless' slides to the third place with $15.2 million.
The 'Heartbreaker' hitmaker reveals on Twitter she was rushed to the hospital after she started having contractions, but has since been allowed to go home.
Andy Samberg, Jorma Taccone and Akon were tapped to perform the 'Saturday Night Live' bit at the first ever 'Academy Awards for Comedy'.
Despite terminating the booking agreement, ATA has been accused of secretly booking appearances for Akon in several countries.
The world freezes around Dr. Dre, Akon and Snoop Dogg as they sing and spit their verses to the camera in the Joseph Kahn-directed video.
It's a new comedy which NBC slips into its Thursday line-up, joining 'Parks and Recreation', '30 Rock', 'The Office', 'Community' and 'Outsourced'.