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Birdman Sued by Jas Prince Over Unpaid Drake Profits – via Complex

You can now live stream to YouTube from your phone if you have at least 1,000 subscribers – via TechCrunch

Chris Brown Allegedly Punched a Photographer at a Club in Tampa on Monday Morning – via Complex

Beyonce‘s legal team is asking the court to toss a lawsuit against the singer arising from her use of a late New Orleans comedian’s spoken-word clips in the first single on her critically acclaimed visual album Lemonade – via THR

Bruce Langhorne, Bob Dylan‘s ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’ Inspiration, Dead at 78 – via Rolling Stone

Prince Estate Advisor Troy Carter on Recorded Music Catalog’s Future: ‘We’re Assessing All Rights’ – via Billboard

Katy Perry, Foo Fighters & Lady Gaga Among 102 Artists to Sign Guitar for Planned Parenthood Raffle – via Billboard

Prince Reportedly Hid Opiates In Aspirin Bottles – via The FADER

Babymetal Announce Festival With Restrictions On Gender, Age, & Attire – via Stereogum

Coachella man caught stealing over 100 phones thanks to Find My iPhone – via The Verge

Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper Are Filming Country-Music Scenes for Their Star Is Born Remake at Coachella – via Vulture

Google reaches $7.8 million settlement in its Android antitrust case in Russia – via TechCrunch

Lorde Debuted Quietly Explosive New Song ‘Homemade Dynamite’ at Coachella – via Vulture

Tyler, the Creator wrote the Bill Nye Saves the World theme song – via The Verge

Redditor eats a vinyl record after Kendrick Lamar fails to drop a second album on Easter – via CoS

Pearl Jam and Ticketmaster, Former Enemies, Launch Bid to Revamp Seattle Arena – via Pitchfork