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Lindsay Lohan sues rapper Pitbull over “Give Me Everything”

Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan is doing some damage control on her image and she’s not letting a damaging reference to her on a hit song slide. She’s suing rapper Pitbull over his #1 single “Give Me Everything.”

According to TMZ, Lohan is suing over the line where Pitbull references her legal troubles, rapping, “I got it locked up like Lindsay Lohan.”

Lohan claims in the lawsuit that “the lyrics, by virtue of its wide appeal, condemnation, excoriation, disparaging or defamatory statements by the defendants about the plaintiff are destined to do irreparable harm to the plaintiff.”

The song was released back in March and topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart in June. It’s remained in the top 10 since and has sold over 2 million copies.

“Give Me Everything” also features Ne-Yo and Afrojack, who are also named defendants in the lawsuit.

Lindsay isn’t exactly asking Pitbull to “Give Me Everything” as far as money goes. She just wants to stop all broadcasting of the song, which will definitely be hard to do. It’s currently one of the biggest songs at radio and Pitbull and Ne-Yo are even scheduled to perform the track at next week’s MTV “Video Music Awards.”

In the lawsuit, filed by Stephanie Ovadia (who also helped with the Linsday’s E*TRADE ad lawsuit), Lindsay says she’s “suing under the New York civil rights laws, which protects people from having their name exploited for commercial purposes.”

Rihanna And Drake Hit #1 On Billboard Hot 100 With “What’s My Name?”

Rihanna And Drake Hit #1 On Billboard Hot 100 With "What's My Name?"

Rihanna And Drake Hit #1 On Billboard Hot 100 With "What's My Name?"

Rihanna And Drake Hit #1 On Billboard Hot 100 With “What’s My Name?” Rihanna earns her eighth #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 this week when her latest single, “What’s My Name?,” skyrockets from #60 last week to #1. “What’s My Name?,” the second single from her upcoming album “Loud,” is her third #1 single this year, after “Rude Boy” and “Love the Way You Lie” with Eminem. “What’s My Name?” sold 235,000 digital singles this week, earning #1 on the Hot Digital Songs chart as well. Rihanna also scored #1 hits with “SOS,” “Umbrella” featuring Jay-Z, “Take a Bow,” “Disturbia,” and “Live Your Life” with T.I. Drake earns his first #1 on the Hot 100 with the single as well.  Spots #2-#4 this week remain unmoved, with Far East Movement holding the runner-up spot for another week with “Like a G6,” featuring Cataracs and Dev, selling another 168,000 copies. Bruno Mars remains at #3 with “Just the Way You Are,” while Rihanna holds her second entry in the top 5, “Only Girl (In the World)” at #4 for another week. Last week’s #1, Ke$ha’s “We R Who We R,” dips to #5, selling 220,000 digital singles this week. Nelly’s “Just a Dream” is down to #6 this week, while Pink moves up three spots to #7 with “Raise Your Glass,” selling 160,000 copies. Trey Songz and Nicki Minaj are down one this week to #8 with “Bottoms Up,” while Usher and Pitbull drop down three spots this week with their hit, “DJ Got Us Fallin’ In Love.”  Katy Perry’s “Teenage Dream” drops out of the top 10 this week to make room for Perry’s latest single, “Firework.” The single makes its first appearance in the top 10, moving up all the way from #29 to #10. It sold 145,000 digital copies. Billboard Hot 100 Top 10 For the Week Ending November 20th, 2010:

1. “What’s My Name,” Rihanna feat. Drake

2. “Like a G6,” Far East Movement feat. Cataracs & Dev

3. “Just the Way You Are,” Bruno Mars

4. “Only Girl (In the World),” Rihanna

5. “We R Who We R,” Ke$ha

6. “Just a Dream,” Nelly

7. “Raise Your Glass,” Pink

8. “Bottoms Up,” Trey Songz feat. Nicki Minaj

9. “DJ Got Us Fallin’ in Love,” Usher feat. Pitbull

10. “Firework,” Katy Perry

Bruno Mars Spends Fourth Week At #1 On Billboard Hot 100 With “Just The Way You Are”

Bruno Mars

Bruno Mars

Bruno Mars Spends Fourth Week At #1 On Billboard Hot 100 With “Just The Way You Are”. Bruno Mars stays just the way he is for a fourth week on the Billboard Hot 100. The newcomer spends his fourth week atop the chart with his single “Just the Way You Are,” which sells another 180,000 digital singles. The single is off his album, “Doo-Woops & Hooligans,” which debuted this week at #3 on the Billboard albums chart. Far*East Movement’s “Like a G6,” featuring Cataracs & Dev, is at #2 for a second week. It’s the #1 single on the Hot Digital Songs chart, selling 221,000 copies this week. Reaching a new peak this week is Nelly, with his latest single “Just a Dream.” The single, from his upcoming album “Nelly 5.0,” moves up to #3 from #4 last week. Katy Perry is down one to #4 this week with “Teenage Dream,” the former #1 title track from her current album. Usher spends a second week at #5 this week with “DJ Got Us Fallin’ In Love,” featuring Pitbull. Rihanna is the “Only Girl (In the World)” on her latest single, from her upcoming album “Loud.” The single is up two spots to #6 this week. Taio Cruz is down one to #7 this week with “Dynamite.” Taylor Swift debuts at #8 this week with her latest single “Speak Now,” the title track to her upcoming album. The single debuts at #2 on the Hot Digital Songs chart, selling 217,000 copies in its first week. Closing out the top 10 this week is Flo Rida with his David Guetta-featuring single, “Club Can’t Handle Me,” which is up a spot to #9 this week. Falling three spots to #10 this week is Eminem and Rihanna with their former #1, “Love the Way You Lie.”

Billboard Hot 100 Top 10 For the Week Ending October 23rd, 2010:

1. “Just the Way You Are,” Bruno Mars

2. “Like a G6,” Far East Movement feat. Cataracs & Dev

3. “Just a Dream,” Nelly

4. “Teenage Dream,” Katy Perry

5. “DJ Got Us Fallin’ in Love,” Usher feat. Pitbull

6. “Only Girl (In the World),” Rihanna

7. “Dynamite,” Taio Cruz

8. “Speak Now,” Taylor Swift

9. “Club Can’t Handle Me,” Flo Rida feat. David Guetta

10. “Love the Way You Lie,” Eminem feat. Rihanna

Katy Perry Earns Second Hot 100 #1 Single With “Teenage Dream”

Katy Perry Earns Second Hot 100 #1 Single With "Teenage Dream"

Katy Perry Earns Second Hot 100 #1 Single With "Teenage Dream"

Katy Perry Earns Second Hot 100 #1 Single With “Teenage Dream”. Katy Perry is living the dream, earning her second consecutive #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart this week with “Teenage Dream.” “Teenage Dream,” the title track to her newly released #1 album, moves up into the top spot this week, thanks to its airplay gains and selling another 221,000 copies of its digital single. “Teenage Dream” is Perry’s second #1 single after “California Gurls,” which spent six weeks at the top earlier this summer. That means Katy Perry dethrones Eminem and Rihanna from #1 after leading the chart for seven weeks with “Love the Way You Lie.” The single, which passes the 3 million sales mark this week in digital downloads, is down to #2 this week. At #3 for another week is Taio Cruz with “Dynamite,” which sells another 165,000 copies this week. Climbing up this week to #4 is “Just the Way You Are” by Bruno Mars. Mars earns his highest charting position for his new solo single, which is currently at #2 on the Hot Digital Songs chart, selling 175,000 copies this week. Down a spot to #5 this week is Enrique Iglesias with “I Like It,” featuring Pitbull. Pitbull as also featured on this week’s #6 single, Usher’s “DJ Got Us Fallin’ in Love,” which is down from #5 last week. Climbing up two spots to #7 this week is Taylor Swift with “Mine,” up from #9. Moving up two spots to #8 this week is Ke$ha with her fourth top 10 single from this year’s “Animal,” “Take It Off.” The single is set to surpass the 1 million sales mark next week. At #9 is Nelly, who climbs up from #13 last week, with his latest single “Just a Dream.” It’s Nelly’s first top 10 single on the Hot 100 since 2005’s “Grillz” and his 10th as a lead artist overall. Closing out the top 10 is Katy Perry, once again, who makes her second appearance on the chart this week. Along with holding the #1 spot, Perry’s “California Gurls,” featuring Snoop Dogg, is down to #10 this week.
Billboard Hot 100 Top 10 For the Week Ending September 18th, 2010:

1. “Teenage Dream,” Katy Perry

2. “Love the Way You Lie,” Eminem feat. Rihanna

3. “Dynamite,” Taio Cruz

4. “Just the Way You Are,” Bruno Mars

5. “I Like It,” Enrique Iglesias feat. Pitbull

6. “DJ Got Us Fallin’ in Love,” Usher feat. Pitbull

7. “Mine,” Taylor Swift

8. “Take It Off,” Ke$ha

9. “Just a Dream,” Nelly

10. “California Gurls,” Katy Perry feat. Snoop Dogg

Eminem And Rihanna Fifth Week At #1 On Billboard Hot 100

Eminem And Rihanna Spend Fifth Week At #1 On Billboard Hot 100

Eminem And Rihanna Spend Fifth Week At #1 On Billboard Hot 100

Eminem and Rihanna are at the top for a fifth frame on the Billboard Hot 100 this week with “Love the Way You Lie.” The smash single, off Eminem’s “Recovery,” is #1 for another week and also returns to #1 on the digital sales chart, selling 254,000 this week. This week at #1 gave Rihanna her tenth week at the top this year, more than any other artist this year. Taio Cruz spends another week at #2 on the chart this week with “Dynamite,” which sells 232,000 digital copies this week. Katy Perry and Snoop Dogg move up one this week to #3 with “California Gurls,” her first of two singles in the top 5 this week. Title track “Teenage Dream” climbs up four spots to #5 this week, earning her two top 5 singles from her as-yet-to-be released album. Enrique Iglesias climbs up to #4 wiith “I Like It,” featuring Pitbull. The single, off Enrique’s “Euphoria” album, earns its peak position this week for his highest-charting single since 2001’s “Hero.” Mike Posner moves up one to #6 with “Cooler Than Me,” the first single from his album “31 Minutes to Takeoff” which hit stores last week. Usher also moves up one this week on his own Pitbull-featuring single, “DJ Got Us Fallin’ In Love,” at #7. Taylor Swift drops down five spots to #8 this week with “Mine,” her new single off her upcoming album “Speak Now.” B.o.B. and Hayley Williams dropped down three spots this week to #9 with “Airplanes.” Closing out the top 10 this week is R&B singer Jason Derulo. He spends another week at #10 with his hit “Ridin’ Solo.”

Billboard Hot 100 Top 10 For the Week Ending August 19th, 2010:

1. “Love the Way You Lie,” Eminem feat. Rihanna

2. “Dynamite,” Taio Cruz

3. “California Gurls,” Katy Perry feat. Snoop Dogg

4. “I Like It,” Enrique Iglesias feat. Pitbull

5. “Teenage Dream,” Katy Perry

6. “Cooler Than Me,” Mike Posner

7. “DJ Got Us Fallin’ in Love,” Usher feat. Pitbull

8. “Mine,” Taylor Swift

9. “Airplanes,” B.o.B. feat. Hayley Williams

10. “Ridin’ Solo,” Jason Derulo

For Second Week Katy Perry Tops Billboard Hot 100.

For Second Week Katy Perry Tops Billboard Hot 100.

For Second Week Katy Perry Tops Billboard Hot 100.

For Second Week Katy Perry Tops Billboard Hot 100. Katy Perry’s “California Gurls” is the hottest song in the country for another week, holding on to the #1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100. “California Gurls,” Perry’s second #1 following her first international smash “I Kissed a Girl,” also saw an increase in digital sales this week. She moved 353,000 copies of her new single, which also features rapper Snoop Dogg. Usher is at #2 for another week with his single “OMG,” featuring will.i.am. The single surpassed the 2 million sales mark this week, selling another 204,000 copies. Also staying put at #3 are B.o.B. and Hayley Williams with “Airplanes.” The single sells another 243,000 copies this week.   Moving up a spot to #4 is Travie McCoy with “Billionaire,” featuring Bruno Mars. The single, off McCoy’s “Lazarus” album, sells another 179,000 copies this week Down a spot to #5 this week is Ke$ha with her latest single “Your Love Is My Drug.” Trailing at #6 is Lady Gaga with her single “Alejandro.” Down a spot to #7 is Taio Cruz with his single “Break You Heart,” featuring Ludacris. Moving back into the top 10 at #8 this week is Eminem with his former #1 single “Not Afraid.” Following at #9 are the Black Eyed Peas with “Rock That Body,” their fifth top 10 single from “The E.N.D.” Closing out the top 10 is Drake, who climbs into the top 10 for the first time with his latest single “Find Your Love.” The single, off his new album “Thank Me Later,” hit stores this week and is expected to debut at #1.
Billboard Hot 100 Top 10 For the Week Ending June 26th, 2010:

1. “California Gurls,” Katy Perry feat. Snoop Dogg

2. “OMG,” Usher feat. will.i.am

3. “Airplanes,” B.o.B. feat. Hayley Williams

4. “Your Love Is My Drug,” Ke$ha

5. “Billionaire,” Travie McCoy feat. Bruno Mars

6. “Alejandro,” Lady Gaga

7. “Break Your Heart,” Taio Cruz feat. Ludacris

8. “Not Afraid,” Eminem

9. “Rock That Body,” The Black Eyed Peas

10. “Find Your Love,” Drake

Eminem Tops Billboard Hot 100 Chart With “Not Afraid”

Eminem Tops Billboard Hot 100 Chart With "Not Afraid"

Eminem Tops Billboard Hot 100 Chart With "Not Afraid"

Eminem Tops Billboard Hot 100 Chart With “Not Afraid”.Eminem is not afraid to push everyone on the Billboard Hot 100 chart back a spot by debuting at #1 and earning his third chart-topper. “Not Afraid,” the first single from the rapper’s “Recovery” album, sold 379,000 digital copies in its first week, the biggest sales week for a single so far this year.  “Not Afraid” is also the first single to debut at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 since Britney Spears’ “3″ back in October 2009 and only the second rap single to ever do so, following Puff Daddy, Faith Evans, and 112 with “I’ll Be Missing You” in 1997. It’s Eminem’s third #1 single, after “Lose Yourself” and last year’s “Crack a Bottle” with Dr. Dre and 50 Cent. After reigning supreme for one week, Usher is down to #2 with “OMG,” featuring Will.I.Am. The single sells another 219,000 copies this week. At #3 is B.o.B. and Bruno Mars with “Nothin’ On You,” the rapper’s first entry in the top 10 this week.  Holding steady at #4 for another week is Taio Cruz with “Break Your Heart,” featuring Ludacris. At #5 is B.o.B. again, this time with Hayley Williams of Paramore, with “Airplanes.” The single moves up two spots from #7 last week. Rihanna’s “Rude Boy” is down three spots this week to #6, while Train is down to #7 with “Hey, Soul Sister.” Ke$ha has two entries in the chart this week. Her single “Your Love Is My Drug” held steady at #8 for another week. At #9, she’s featured on 3OH!3′s new single “My First Kiss,” which debuts in the Top 10 this week.  Rounding out the top 10 this week are Lady Antebellum, dropping down five spots from #5 to #10 with “Need You Now.”

Billboard Hot 100 Top 10 For the Week Ending May 22nd, 2010:

1. “Not Afraid,” Eminem

2. “OMG,” Usher feat. will.i.am

3. “Nothin’ On You,” B.o.B. feat. Bruno Mars

4. “Break Your Heart,” Taio Cruz feat. Ludacris

5. Airplanes,” B.o.B. feat. Hayley Williams

6. “Rude Boy,” Rihanna

7. “Hey, Soul Sister,” Train

8. “Your Love Is My Drug,” Ke$ha

9. “My First Kiss,” 3OH!3 feat. Ke$ha

10. “Need You Now,” Lady Antebellum

Ke$ha, Taylor Swift Top Billboard Hot 100 Chart

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Ke$ha spends her sixth week atop the Billboard Hot 100 chart with her single “Tik Tok.” The #1 track also sold over 217,000 digital singles this week. But selling more than Ke$ha this week and coming in at #1 on the Hot Digital Sales chart, is Taylor Swift. Her new single, “Today Was a Fairytale” from the “Valentine’s Day” soundtrack, debuts on the Hot 100 at #2. “Today Was a Fairytale” sold 325,000 digital singles in its first week. Swift also breaks the digital sales record for a debut week with that tally, selling more than the previous best held by Britney Spears when she debuted with over 285,000 in her first week with “Womanizer.”  Lady Gaga is down one to #3 this week with “Bad Romance,” while Young Money featuring Lloyd stays put at #4 with “BedRock.” Teen singer Justin Bieber debuts at #5 with his new single, “Baby,” featuring Ludacris. The brand new track isn’t featured on his previously released “My World” EP.   Iyaz is down a spot to #6 with “Replay,” while David Guetta and Akon are also bumped down a spot to #7 with “Sexy B—-.” Jay-Z and Alicia Keys drop from #3 to #8 this week with “Empire State of Mind.”   Closing out the top 10 this week is Rihanna, who drops down a spot from #8 last week with “Hard,” and Train, who drop to #10 this week with “Hey, Soul Sister.”

Billboard Hot 100 Top 10 For the Week Ending February 6th, 2010:

1. “Tik Tok,” Ke$ha

2. “Today Was a Fairytale,” Taylor Swift

3. “Bad Romance,” Lady GaGa

4. “BedRock,” Young Money feat. Lloyd

5. “Baby,” Justin Bieber feat. Ludacris

6. “Replay,” Iyaz

7. “Sexy B****,” David Guetta feat. Akon

8. “Empire State of Mind,” Jay-Z feat. Alicia Keys

9. “Hard,” Rihanna feat. Young Jeezy

10. “Hey, Soul Sister,” Train

Britney Spears, Justin Bieber Score Top Hot 100 Debuts

justinbieber-mtvBritney Spears becomes the first artist in over three years to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, as her new single, “3,” begins its chart life at the top. The track’s arrival is fueled by 255,000 first-week digital downloads. ”3″ is Spears’ third No. 1, following her 1999 debut single “…Baby One More Time” and last year’s “Womanizer.” The latter set a then-record jump to the top when it soared 96-1 on the Hot 100 chart released exactly one year ago this week. That mark was later bypassed by Kelly Clarkson’s “My Life Would Suck Without You,” which flew 97-1 in February. 15-year old Canadian singer Justin Bieber (on photo) has this week’s second best Hot 100 debut, at No. 16 with “One Less Lonely Girl.” The track immediately surpasses Bieber’s current radio single “One Time,” which itself reaches a new peak (26-21). Opening week sales of 113,000 downloads propels Continue reading →

Lady Gaga And Ryan Reynolds Tease This Weekend’s ‘SNL’

Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga

The “Fame Kills” tour may be off, but Lady Gaga still has business to attend to. She is this weekend’s musical guest on “Saturday Night Live” (which will be hosted by “The Proposal” star Ryan Reynolds), and they have just unleashed a series of promos previewing this weekend’s show. There are three spots in total. In two of them, Reynolds and Gaga are joined by “SNL” cast member Fred Armisen, who cracks jokes about her outfit (a blue dress that looks like it came from Tim Burton’s “Alice in Wonderland” costume closet) and also wonders if there is a corresponding “Lord Gaga.” “No, but I have a feeling that’s about to change,” she tells Armisen while gazing at him seductively. (Nobody tell Armisen fiancé and “Mad Men” star Elisabeth Moss!) The third promo features only Gaga and Reynolds, and they joke about how awkward it would have been had the host gone through with his plan to wear the same dress that the musical guest is wearing. Gaga says she plans on performing a new single on Saturday night’s show, which comes from the expanded re-release of her debut album The Fame (which she is calling The Fame: Monster) that will hit stores in November. (Gaga will also be playing “Paparazzi” on Saturday night’s show, though space issues won’t allow it to be nearly as over-the-top as her performance of the same song at the Video Music Awards.) As of this morning, there were still no reasons given for the cancellation of the “Fame Kills” tour (a co-headlining run with Kanye West).

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