In a statement released to the media, Don Passman debunks Scott Borchetta's claims that Big Machine Records had given her every opportunity to own her work before she left the label.
When inquired by a fan why he has not released any statement in support of the 'ME!' hitmaker, the 'Perfect' singer simply responds with his decision to keep it private.
Featuring a lot of cameos, the Alexader Moors-directed clip sees plus-size model Angelina Duplisea going naked as she reclines on a couch, while trans model Casil McArthur goes topless.
Also speaking out in support of the 'Old Town Road' hitmaker is record executive and producer Irv Gotti, who says that the 20-year-old rapper can just be whoever he is.
People are accusing the 'Loyal' singer of insulting black women and reinforcing colorism due to the lyrics on 'Need a Stack' that read, 'Only wanna f**k the black b****es with the nice hair.'
Dominating the Billboard chart for the 13th week, 'Old Town Road' surpasses the 12 weeks Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth's 'See You Again' spent atop the singles countdown back in 2015.
Taking to Instagram Stories, Emma Portner also accuses the 'Baby' hitmaker of 'degrading women' and slams him for collaborating with 'overly problematic people.'
Making it clear that he is on his 'ME!' collaborator's side, the Panic At the Disco frontman suggests during a livestream chat that the music mogul's move in purchasing her masters was 'illegal.'
The 'American Idol' alum offers an alternative take on the question whether or not the 'God Control' singer was unfairly judged for her 'care-free, sex-positive' attitude in her 60s.
Instead of focusing the topic of her music on money and sex, which are common topics in hip-hop, the raptress opts to promote body positivity through her music.
Racking up 88,000 equivalent album units in its first week, the 12-track effort becomes the Detroit-based rock band's first chart-topping album on the weekly chart.
In an open letter addressing the situation, Scott Borchetta points out that both her dad and the singer herself had been notified about the deal before news of Scooter Braun's acquisition of the company broke out.
Instead of lamenting over the cut, the 'No Problem' hitmaker urges fans to replay a recorded message he put in place of the popular track to benefit his charity organization SocialWorks.
In response to the former Oasis guitarist's recent criticism, the 'Someone You Loved' hitmaker wears a T-shirt featuring the older musician's face and plays a video of the verbal attack on stage.
Being the first homegrown solo black musician to headline the music festival, the 'Vossi Bop' hitmaker heats up the first night with a show-stopping set that highlights several issues in today's society.
Fourteen years since cancer forced her to pull out of her headlining slot at the music festival, the 'Spinning Around' hitmaker delights fans with her set that included a surprise from Chris Martin.
In addition to performing 'Old Town Road' with the duo, the 'Wrecking Ball' hitmaker teams up with Mark Ronson to deliver 'Nothing Breaks Like a Heart' and a cover of Amy Winehouse's 'Back to Black'.
In her Tumblr post, the songstress expresses how 'sad and grossed out' she is after learning of Scooter's acquisition of Big Machine Records, which holds the rights to her entire catalogue up through 'Reputation'.
In a statement about her new venture, the 'Medellin' hitmaker explains that the channel will help devotees to 'gain a deeper understanding of what drives her as an artist and a performer.'
Released on June 28 without warning, 'Case Study 01' is a follow up to the 'Best Part' hitmaker's debut album, 'Freudian', and features a number of collaborations, including one with Brandy.