Hot Clicks: Ghostface and Sony Win ‘Ironman’ Theme Lawsuit
KING's editors round up the hottest clicks from around the web so you don't have to.
Has midweek madness gotten to you yet? Make it through to the end of the week and catch up on today's news, courtesy of the Hot Clicks. Find out what Tyler, The Creator had to say about working with Lil Wayne, what Trina said about the rumor that she's pregnant and how Marvel winning the publishing rights for the "Iron Man Theme" affects Ghostface.
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Today's Eye Candy from XXL shines the spotlight on backsides of all shapes and sizes. Being that it's Hump Day, it's only appropriate to feature such an array of booties.
Rumors have been circulating that Trina was pregnant. Her representatives issues a statement to blogger Necole Bitchie concerning these concerns.
Tyler, The Creator appeared on Big Boy TV to talk about the success of Cherry Bomb. He also spoke a bit about his experience rapping with Lil Wayne.
Kayne performed at the TIME 100 event and performed a new song titled "James Brown" along with some of his hits. Before the performance, comedienne Amy Schumer pranked him by falling at his feet on the red carpet.
US District Court Judge Naomi Reice Buchwald has ruled that Marvel controls the publishing rights to the "Iron Man Theme," which was sampled on Ghostface's Supreme Clientele. Composer Jack Urbont believed he was owed royalties for the usage of the theme, but it was determined the the song was created on a "work-for-hire" basis.