"The writers, producers, and performers of 'Sorry' did not obtain a license for this exploitation of my work, nor did they obtain or seek my permission," Dienel wrote on her official Facebook page.
"Yesterday afternoon, I filed a lawsuit for copyright infringement against Justin Bieber and the other responsible parties." Bieber has yet to respond to the allegations, and it's unclear if he will be able comment on what is now an ongoing legal process. Check out both tracks here.
The label move comes after the band's acrimonious split with Mercury after more than 30 years. The band's "fan album" Burning Bridges was released in 2015 and the bitter relationship was detailed in the record's title track.
Speaking of their new material at the time, mainman Jon Bon Jovi said: "I have a lot to write about. Believe me, the new record is good. It's pointed - it's something we're going to be very proud of when we put it out." Read more here.
Meek Mill and Drake have been feuding since June 2015 when Mill accused Drake of hiring ghostwriters to write his raps. The accusation surfaced after Drake guest starred on Mill's single "R.I.C.O." from his album Dreams Worth More Than Money.
After the first salvo, the Canadian rapper responded with two tracks in July 2015, "Charged Up" and "Back to Back." In "Charged Up (Ghost Writer)," Drake claimed he stayed silent about the beef to maintain his dignity and in "Back to Back" he claimed victory, comparing the feud to his baseball team Toronto Blue Jays' World Series win over his rival's team Philadelphia Phillies. Read more here.
Don't say that Owen isn't tough. "Sometimes in life, you fall," the music star wrote in his Twitter post. "That's when you get back up again, and walk it off."
"After stitches... Sometimes in life, you fall. That's when you get back up again, and walk it off. https://t.co/ulSAvvLsbm- Jake Owen (@jakeowen) May 26, 2016" Read more here.
The film will feature photographs from Pisano's personal collection and is the first time she's agreed to cooperate on a movie about the Blues Brothers icon.
Cutler tells Rolling Stone: "Belushi was one of my very first heroes. At a time when film, television and music were undergoing tectonic shifts within American culture, he was at the centre of it all.
"At that moment, he had the number one show on television, the number one film at the box office and the number one record on the charts. We plan to explore his unique genius and how his creative influence is still making an impact to this moment." Read more here.
"He loved the song and said some cool things about it," he told us at the time. "Definitely that second verse, it's like their song, 'I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For.' Even though you might believe [in God], there's things that come along that test your faith."
On Wednesday night, before Bentley's "Last Call Ball" at New York's Highline Ballroom--where he played songs from his upcoming album, Black, along with some of the writers who contributed to the album--he told Radio.com that he's been in touch with the U2 frontman again.
"I guess I have a tradition now of sending a song or two to Bono for every record and getting a response," he said. "I got a text back from him today, actually. I sent him a song called 'Freedom.' The third verse of the song was kind of inspired by something he said to me once. He said that when people in other countries see the American flag, they don't just see a geographical location, they see an idea of freedom. And they want a little piece of that idea."
"So I sent him the song, and he sent me a pretty thoughtful email back; he got back to me today. He couldn't be more supportive, it was pretty cool to get that email today." Read more here.
Simon said the album is "about getting you to actually hear something in a new way ' about making music that sounds old and new at the same time - music with a sense of mystery." Stranger to Stranger is currently available for streaming on NPR's First Listen.
Simon branched out musically during sessions for the album by working with Italian EDM artist Clap! Clap!, who he says is an artist that "makes music sound new and old at the same time" and utilizes the unique tonal approaches pioneered by composer Harry Partch. Read more here.
The song was originally on Prince's classic 1980 album, Dirty Mind, and Lauper covered it on her 1983 debut She's So Unusual. Lauper brought her energy to the stage, dancing around to the synth-laden classic.
Her backing band jammed towards the end in a move that was pure Prince. Lauper's performance last night marks the first of her two-night sold out stand at the venue (she's co-headlining with Boy George).Watch her pay tribute here.
Packing heat with a guitar, a drum kit and a supa-smoothe voice, Jonas showed off his vocal versatility and vibed out on the Swedish singer's hit single.
Jonas' new "Last Year Was Complicated" album is set to be released on June 10th. Check out the "Lush Life" cover from the BBC Live Lounge appearance here.
While Rhett still Instagrams and tweets with the best of them - usually about his wife and/or his dogs - with the help of Eldridge, he has joined the Snapchat community to give fans an insider view of his day-to-day activities without overloading his other social accounts.
Conveniently for Rhett, the Snapchat newbie was on tour with Eldredge and found out his friend was an expert at using the app. A lesson or two later and Rhett was using all the right filters and geotags.
'It is so random. I don't think I can plan anything that we have done on Snapchat," Rhett told Sounds Like Nashville. 'I never even wanted to use Snapchat until I was on the road with Brett Eldredge and noticed that he literally did it all day long, and when he got in bed he would''Hey, I'm goin' to bed.'. But, it's such a fun way to just''cause you can only post so many Instagrams a day, but you can literally Snap a thousand things a day and it only lasts for the day and it's like seven seconds long. So, I've had a blast gettin' to learn how to use it." Read more here.
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