Here’s all the music industry news you need to know this morning.

Warner/Chappell is suing EMI for allegedly only paying half the royalties it owes on the 20th Century Fox catalogue. – via Billboard

Kyle Sandilands revealed he is paid more than $3 million a year – via Daily Telegraph

Seven new acts join Music SA’s ScoutedTimberwolf, 23 year old South Sudanese hip-hop poet DyspOra, the truly unique introspective pop of Rin McArdle, the 90’s grunge in Nakatomi’s electro- pop; the heart breaking and ambient melodies of Maggie Rutjens, electronic aesthetic of Hunt and the combination of alt soul, blues and R&B from Ollie English. – via Scouted

DJ Khaled’s ‘Grateful’ Debuts at No. 1 on Billboard 200 Albums Chart – via Billboard

BASCA chairman Crispin Hunt: “There is a massive contradiction in the messages they [YouTube] are giving out… It is complete tomfoolery.” – via MusicAlly

Apple continues Asia expansion with its first retail store in Taiwan – via TechCrunch

Haim Made a Short Film With Paul Thomas Anderson, and They Want You to See It on 35mm Film – via Vulture

Trademark applications indicate that Jay-Z & Beyoncé have named their twins – via Brag

Four Months of Amazon Music Unlimited For Just $1 – via Lifehacker

New Jay-Z album 4:44 to get Apple Music and physical release – via FACT

Slipknot won’t be headlining their Knotfest festival this year – via NME

28 Injured in Little Rock Night Club Shooting in Arkansas – via Jezebel

Woodes on tour in support of new single ‘Run For It’ – via Woodes