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Kesha is at a breaking point in her music career right now. While in court on Friday, the singer was seen crying when a judge ruled she had to honor her SONY deal. TMZ reports, “the judge refused to grant Kesha an injunction that would have allowed her to record music outside her Sony deal.” The site continues, “The judge has yet to address her allegations of sexual, mental and emotional abuse against her former producer, Dr. Luke.” Read more here. [TMZ]

A performance by The Weeknd and Queen Lauryn Hill didn’t happen at this year’s Grammy Awards, but they did hit up The Tonight Show together. Calling it the “most importance experience of his life,” the Canadian singer-songwriter got busy to his Beauty Behind The Madness track, In The Night, alongside Ms. Hill. [Rap-Up]

French Montana‘s highly anticipated Wave Gods mixtape is here. Hosted by the wavy one himself, Max B, the 12-track tape features a ton of A-list artists, including Kanye West, Travis Scott, and more. Check it out here. [Miss Info]

Ed Sheeran‘s X album is doing big numbers in the States. Billboard writes: “The set, released in 2014, sold another 5,000 copies in the week ending Feb. 11, bringing its total sales tally to 2.04 million, according to Nielsen Music.” Read more here. [Billboard]


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