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The rapper is accused of stealing 'Yesterday (Was So Nice Today)' from a '70s funk band Aquarian Dream for his own song 'Therapy' from his 2014 free mixtape 'Faces'.
With the new deal, the Pittsburgh rapper will still be able to sign and develop artists and their future projects will be released under REMember/Warner Bros.
The clip features an old man lip-syncing the track while walking through a purple forest, sitting around some purple-clad young ladies and meditating in front of a pool.
The nearly-four-minute visuals sees the Pittsburgh rapper performing the ballad while playing a keyboard on a stage.
Rappers Miller and Sean hit the stage at Los Angeles' Club Nokia with the Nickelodeon star to perform their collaborations, 'The Way' and 'Right There', respectively.
The 'Sam and Cat' star, who is celebrating the arrival of her debut album 'Yours Truly', also performs an a capella version of 'Tattooed Heart' on the NBC show.
Directed and produced by IllRoots, the video sees the Pittsburgh rapper having a bottle of beer while riding his bike through the street.
The rapper unveils the first single off his sophomore album 'Watching Movies with the Sound Off' a day ahead of the intended release date.
2 Chainz kicks off the remix for the Mike Posner-produced song by spitting a verse about giving his girlfriend anything, while Roth makes a reference to the 'Baby' hitmaker and Selena Gomez.
After dropped by his first lawyer last week, John Doe Number One works the case with Allred who has plenty of experience in sexual assault cases.
This year's line-up will include a special performance from femcee Elliott who will make this a comeback performance since announcing her autoimmune disease.
The 'Live Free' rapper grabs two gongs for Artist of the Year and Best Live Act, while Best Coast's music video directed by Drew Barrymore is deemed Best Video Woodie.
The 'Frick Park Market' rapper throws his rhymes in front of the artwork of his No. 1 album 'Blue Slide Park'.
Celebrating an eventful year in music, AceShowbiz chooses rapper J. Cole, 'American Idol' winner Scotty McCreery, and country music sensation The Band Perry among best new music acts of 2011.
Predicted to sell more than half a million copies with his second studio album, Drizzy will likely score the third-largest sales week of the year behind Lady GaGa and Lil Wayne.