FYI: Bloodhound Gang Banned From Russia, Beyonce Plays Brooklyn

August 5, 2013 By:

Following an alleged attack on his ex-girlfriend, 50 Cent may now face charges of domestic violence and vandalism. Worst-case scenario, it’s five years in prison and $46,000 in fines. (Rolling Stone)

The Bloodhound Gang is relevant again! The dirty ensemble is banned from playing in Russia. Jared Hasselhoff rubbed an American flag on his junk. (Rolling Stone)

Miley Cyrus lent her face-touching abilities and sultry expressions to Big Sean’s new video “Fire.” (Entertainment Weekly)

Speaking of Big Sean, a tracklist for his forthcoming album Hall Of Fame has been announced. It will feature Ellie Goulding, Juicy J, Nas, Kid Cudi and more. (Idolator)

And speaking of tracklists, the girls from Haim have just released one for their debut, Days Are Gone, out September 30th. (NME)

Run-DMC’s Darryl McDaniels is not impressed by modern-day hip-hop, saying it mostly sounds like “bad demos.” (NME)

Are you ready for some football? Carrie Underwood is. She sings and appears in a new "Sunday Night Football" teaser. (Idolator)

Jay Z has released his new “performance art movie” “Picasso Baby” on HBO. It’s 10 minutes long and pretty basic. (Gawker)

Doing what she does best, Beyoncé played Brooklyn’s Barclays Center last night. It’s the last stop on the North American leg of the Mrs. Carter tour. (Huffington Post)

Jack White has responded to the restraining order his ex-wife Karen Elson took out with a countermotion in court. (Rolling Stone)