It looks like R. Kelly's hopes of getting out have been squashed yet again.
According to reports, a Chicago federal judge shut down Kelly's latest request to get out. The singer claimed that he was attacked by another inmate while no one "raised a finger" or attempted to come to his aid.
That's not all, though. US Disrtict Judge Harry Leinenweber also denied the defamed singer's request to hold a hearing about the alleged incident. In regards to the August beat down, the judge said "this single isolated incident does not suggested that the Bureau of Prisons is incapable of safely housing Mr. Kelly.
Google is always staying ahead of the game and introducing new technology. Well, this time the tech company is doing for all the music lovers who have songs stuck in their heads but can't remember the words.
Google has added a new feature that will determine the name of a song by simply whistling, singing, or humming it. The feature will be available on both Google's mobile app and search widget.
L.A. Reid has an extensive songwriting and producing catalog, which is why his fans are shook after finding out he sold 100% of it for an undisclosed amount.
The 64-year-old record executive's catalog consists off 162 songs with records from Boyz II Men, TLC, Whitney Houston, Toni Braxton, and more.
The catalog has been sold to Hipgnosis Songs and its investment advisor. Details of the amount of money Reid received have not yet been disclosed, however it was revealed that Reid will now be joining the company's Advisory Board.