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Will.i.am, left, is suing Pharrell Williams

I.am suing you – Pharrell Williams feels the wrath of Will.i.am in row over copyright of the phrase 'I Am'

Will.i.am, one of the judges on BBC talent show The Voice, is suing fellow US pop music star Pharrell Williams over his use of the phrase “I am” .

Brothers in arms: Noel and Liam Gallagher

Noel with it? Liam Gallagher admits he doesn't have brother Noel's phone number following feud

Liam Gallagher does not even have his brother Noel’s phone number, the Beady Eye singer has revealed.

Kanye West's Yeezus does more than previous records to deconstruct his status as a hip-hop superstar

Rapper Kanye West attacked by Parkinson's UK charity over 'inexcusably stupid' shaking lyric on track from new album Yeezus

Kanye West has been accused of ignorance and stupidity after the rapper mocked Parkinson’s disease sufferers on his new album.

Lords of the dance: Jay-Z announcing his new album

It's not just Jay-Z and Kanye West: The beatification of hip-hop

The Holy Grail? Yeezus? Why are rap’s power players obsessed with religious allusions? Gillian Orr takes a pew

Johnny Sexton

Jamie Roberts: Why I'm looking forward to teaming up with perfect 10 Jonny Sexton

In the Lions' Den: His French is much better than mine because he seems to be doing more lessons

Kanye West's Yeezus does more than previous records to deconstruct his status as a hip-hop superstar

Album review: Kanye West's Yeezus is not as absurdly grandiose as his previous records

Blown away by a hip-hop superstar’s brutal beats

Cosmo Sarson's breakdancing Jesus in Bristol

Municipal art: Jesus Christ, that mural is enormous! Breakdancing Messiah takes Bristol by storm

The city of Bristol boasts a striking new landmark after the unveiling of a giant mural depicting a breakdancing Jesus Christ.

Johnny Marr appears to have reformed himself

Festival review: Plan B, Johnny Marr and others at Parklife Weekender, Heaton Park, Manchester

The sun blazes over Manchester almost ceaselessly. The 40,000 gathered over the weekend in a corner of the city’s beautiful Heaton Park need no further excuse to celebrate.

La Yegros, Viene De Mi (Waxploitation Records/ ZZK)

Cumbia’s elastic swing makes it a difficult fit with programmed beats.

Obaro Ejimiwe otherwise know as Ghostpoet

Music review: Ghostpoet, Village Underground, Shoreditch

With Mercury-nominated 2011 debut Peanut Blues & Melancholy Jam, Ghostpoet rewired something very British into his own bleak, bruised sound.

Caught in the net: Take a chance on a hot young Chicagoan

Unless you had your ear way down on the ground the 20-year-old performer Chance the Rapper has emerged right out of the blue.

Fantasy Band: Fryars, singer

'Earl Sweatshirt's only 19, but he's the best rapper around'

US rapper Tim Dog accused of faking his own death

Lack of a death certificate or burial site and sparse obituary information has led to talk in hip-hop circles that rapper Tim Dog, who owes thousands of dollars to women he was convicted of swindling, faked his own death.

Kanye West is working on his sixth LP

Yeezus! Has Kanye West's Messiah complex got out of hand? His new album title and an Instagram shot from Kim Kardashian suggest so...

Anyone who believed Kanye West was suffering from a mild messiah complex may have new evidence to back up their claim.

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