FYI: 2 Chainz's Arrest Debacle, Celine Dion Joins Twitter

August 22, 2013 By:
R. Kelly compared the French band Phoenix to the Beatles. Probably because they let him perform with them at this year’s Coachella. (NME)
You probably don’t remember the Partridge Family, but David Cassidy has been arrested again. The charge is drinking and driving of course, good thing it wasn’t the family’s tour bus. (Rolling Stone)
On Juicy J’s new track, “The Woods,” Justin Timberlake is making an appearance, like Juicy did for J.T. back in 2006. Timbaland is producing the pair’s collaboration for the second time. (Idolator)
Well, 2 Chainz’s tour bus got pulled over and everyone inside was arrested after the driver refused police access to the bus. No word yet as to whether Lil’ Wayne or his touring partner were onboard. (Billboard)
Robin Thicke is in for a legal battle from Marvin Gaye’s family. Even though the “Blurred Lines” singer slapped a preliminary lawsuit on the Gaye family, they’re saying that they are still going to seek legal action for unpaid royalties. (SPIN)
Among the more expensive things Black Keys' Dan Auerbach’s ex-wife will get in the divorce, is Bob Dylan’s hair. No details as to how the hair was obtained, only that Dan agreed to give it up. (Pitchfork)
Since appearing on Big Sean’s “Control” and declaring war on hip-hop, Kendrick Lamar has something more than just his verse to brag about. His latest LP Good Kid, m.A.A.d. City has gone platinum. (Consequence of Sound)
Although a bit late to the party, singer Celine Dion is now on Twitter. You no longer have to wonder if she is doing fine in Vegas, or worry that she is feeling "All By Myself." (Entertainment Weekly)
Unfortunately the release date for Drake’s new album has been pushed back. However, the album artwork has been released and it features a baby Drake facing himself now. (Fader)
Would you have stayed at a festival if Brandy was a surprise artist at the end? Thousands of concertgoers at the Mandela Sports and Culture Day were unaware that she was going to perform, so instead of performing to a crowd of 90,000 she played to 40 before “sulking away.” (The Guardian)