In an interview with Grazia Magazine, the Haim sisters, Danielle, Este, and Alana, said despite their success, they’ve still experienced sexism in the music industry, including pay discrepancies. At one point, they even fired their agent after discovering they were making 10 times less than a male act at a festival…
The music industry loves to encourage conflict between women, especially if they’re rappers. Have you heard? Case in point: Cardi B and Nicki Minaj. And the fact that dudes don’t get compared to each other more often just doesn’t make sense to Cardi B, because frankly, to her ears, male rappers all sound the same.
Kesha’s battle to wrest control of her career by being released from producer Dr. Luke’s Kemosabe Records experienced yet another setback when a judge in New York ruled against her amended countersuit on Tuesday.
Dr. Luke has issued a statement in response to a batch of email exchanges leaked via Kesha’s team on Wednesday that appear to show the producer’s controlling side.
A series of disturbing emails allegedly sent from producer Dr. Luke to Kesha and her management team have been released amid their ongoing legal battle.
Earlier this week, Ciara was overcome with joy about something but remained vague about what that something was—was it that she’s having a baby on top of the baby she’s already having? Or did she consume some really good Tate’s cookies she wanted us to know about?
Keke Palmer says she’s pursuing legal action against Trey Songz for allegedly filming her without her consent for one of his music videos.
During Tuesday’s episode of The Real, Adrienne Bailon talked about some of the sexual harassment she experienced as a young woman in the entertainment business.
On Saturday night, Nicki Minaj engaged in some extreme fangirling when she met someone who has long inspired her: singer Lauryn Hill. The introduction resulted in a communion of immeasurable might and beauty.
Brandy’s lawsuit against her label Chameleon Entertainment has taken a shady turn, with the label now taking aim at her relevancy.
On Monday evening, VH1 held the 2016 Hip Hop Honors to pay tribute to the women of hip hop. During the ceremony, Queen Latifah stood up to deliver a brief but blazing speech.
“I sound like a fuckin’ douche,” Shura interrupted herself more than once to blurt out over the course of our interview, unwilling to allow either of us to take this thing too seriously.
Rita Ora has been released from Jay Z’s record label Roc Nation, after settling a lawsuit filed against them last year in which she deemed their partnership an “orphaned relationship.”
On Monday, Meghan Trainor—who made her name with the song “All About That Bass,” which purports to celebrate a curvy form—released the music video for her latest single, “Me Too,” only to quickly remove it. The reason she gave? “They photoshopped the crap out of me,” she told her fans on Snapchat.
Grimes has just released the music video for “California,” the third track from Art Angels to be set to visuals after the dual video “Flesh Without Blood/Life in the Vivid Dream” and “Kill V. Maim.” Directed by Grimes and her brother Mac Boucher, the video draws on the same tensions as the song itself: whimsy and…
In an interview with Rolling Stone published this week, Grimes says she’s unsurprised about the Dr. Luke fiasco, as she’s personally experienced multiple cases of men trying to blackmail their way into sex.
While accepting her trophy for best female solo artist at the 2016 Brit Awards on Wednesday in London, Adele used her time on stage to state her support for Kesha.
Kesha responded to the recent outpouring of support from fans and peers today in a Facebook post, where she refers to her sexual assault lawsuit against Dr. Luke as an issue that’s “bigger than just me.”
Dr. Luke went on an ill-advised Twitter tirade on Monday afternoon, addressing the lawsuit filed by his former protégé Kesha. On February 19th, a judge denied Kesha’s request for a preliminary injunction, ruling that the artist is still contractually tied to Dr. Luke despite her sexual assault claims against him.
After a judge ruled on Friday that Kesha is contractually bound to producer Dr. Luke, the man she’s accusing of sexual abuse, his lawyers claim Kesha is using social media to taint Luke’s reputation in what they’re calling a “trial by Twitter.”