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Shakira Is The Latest Artist To Sell Her Song Catalog
The sale comes as Shakira's career has seen a few other recent milestones, like surpassing 30 million subscribers on YouTube, a feat which few others in the music business have accomplished.
Neil Young Sells A 50 Percent Stake In His Music For A Reported $150 Million
Hipgnosis's press announcement says they now hold "50% of the worldwide copyright and income interests in Nil Young's entire song catalogue of 1,180 songs."
Dr. Dre Says His Ex Won't Be Able To Depend On His Nearly $300,000 In Monthly Support, Forever
Dre has reportedly been covering Young's expenses as the divorce proceedings make their way through the courts, expenses that come to almost $300,000 per month.
The Russo Brothers' Production Company Reportedly Got $50 Million From A Saudi Arabian Bank
Multiple sources confirm the investment, but there's some dispute on the actual amount. One says that it was actually "much higher" than the reported $50 million figure.
Lil Wayne Sued For $20 Million By Ex-Manager Over Commissions
As Sweeney tells it, he's owed a substantial cut from the eventual settlement between Wayne and Cash Money that was made in 2018, but he hasn't seen anywhere near the amount of money he says that should have.
Stevie Nicks Sells Stake In Song Catalog For Reported $100 Million
Stevie Nicks of Fleetwood Mac has made a very lucrative deal for a majority stake in the publishing rights to her catalog, selling an 80 percent share to a firm called Primary Wave for a reported $100 million.
Family Of Late Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh Says He May Not Have Left A Will
Hisieh's father and brother are also looking for special legal authority to deal with "business obligations and commitments that require funding from assets that are presently frozen."
Kelly Clarkson's Ex-Husband Wants $436K PER MONTH In Support
That breaks down to $135,000 in child support and $301,000 in spousal support. That's a lot of money, but it's not all he's looking for: he reportedly also wants another $2 million to cover legal fees.
Travis Scott Launches His Own Cactus Jack Foundation
The rapper recently announced the launch of the Cactus Jack Foundation, as well as a new scholarship for prospective students at a several Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
George Clooney Tells The Story Of How He Once Gave 14 Of His Best Friends $1 Million Each In Cash
As Clooney tells it, his decision to pay back his 14 best friends for their kindness over the years came after an unexpected windfall from his work in the 2013 film "Gravity."
James Harden Will Face A $14 Million Tax Bill If He Goes To The Brooklyn Nets
All told, if Harden decides to move to New York City to play for the Nets he'd be looking at about $13.6 million in extra taxes compared to where he is now.
In Walking Away From Fantastic Beasts, Johnny Depp Will Get Full Eight-Figure Salary
Sources say that Depp was not technically fired from the movie, instead having been asked to resign, due in part to the fact that his contract did not have any sort of standard "morality clause."
Dolly Parton Invested In Research For The Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine
With an effective COVID-19 vaccine on the horizon, researchers are thanking country singer Dolly Parton for a major contribution.
Britney Spears's Attempt To Escape Father's Conservatorship Fails In Court
The court's decision not to lift the conservatorship is a defeat not just for Spears but for her fans as well, many of whom have participated in a #FreeBritney social media campaign that has spilled over into real life.
David Fincher Signs Four-Year Netflix Deal Reportedly Worth Nine Figures
David Fincher has had a long relationship with Netflix, going all the way back to their first original series, "House of Cards," and now his relationship with the streamer is set to last at least another four years.