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Pants on the Ground A Ripoff?- Michael Jackson Vs TV Guide- Abba Theme Park- Rapper Road Rage Trial- Larry the Cable Reality Guy- T.I. Song Theft? and more

01/27/2010
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"Pants on the Ground", which becomes a viral hit after performed by General Larry Platt, reportedly is not written by the 62-year-old man, according to a report from AceShowBiz. A duo called The Green Brothers claim Platt copied their song. The duo then put out footage of their performance for people out there to compare the two tracks and decide whether or not the similarity is coincidental. more

Michael Jackson tributes that aired on the TV Guide channel following the singer's death last year featured Jackson's works without authorization, Sony Music Entertainment charged in a lawsuit filed on Tuesday. more

Abbaworld a new museum-cum-theme park in London with enough music, mementoes and memory-lane appeal to satisfy even the most fervent ABBA fan. ABBAWORLD's Swedish organizers promise the exhibition which opens to the public on Wednesday will be "a place for total interaction" with the band. more

T.I. is facing a copyright infringement lawsuit over his Grammy-award winning track "What You Know". Rapper Motoe Blizzid, real name Nathan Filby, alleges T.I. used parts of his 2004 song Reverence, which was distributed to industry insiders, for his own track. more

A Swedish hip-hop artist accused of killing a pedestrian at a Hollywood crosswalk has taken the stand in his Los Angeles murder trial. David Moses Jassy repeatedly told jurors Tuesday that he never intended to hurt the victim and was defending himself and his girlfriend after the man banged on the hood of their rented SUV. more

History is partnering with "Blue Collar Comedy" star Larry the Cable Guy for a new series set to premiere this year. more

Drake and Ke$ha are the latest acts to be added to The Bamboozle Festival roster, joining the likes of MGMT, Paramore, Mike Posner and headliners Weezer more

Conan O'Brien is getting "Justice" at NBC. Days after the network severed ties with the former host of "The Tonight Show," it picked up a pilot from his Conaco production company. You guessed it; it's another "legal" show. more

Esther Bejarano says music helped keep her alive as a Jewish prisoner in Auschwitz and in the years that followed. Now, 65 years after the liberation of the Nazi death camp, the 85-year-old has teamed up with the hip-hop band Microphone Mafia to spread her anti-racism message to German youth. more

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