Songwriter Who Discovered Lady Gaga Wins $7.3 Million In Lawsuit

The songwriter who initially claims she discovered Lady Gaga has won a $7.3 million lawsuit, according to New York Post's Page Six. Wendy Starland, a California songwriter, first found Gaga singing at The Cutting Room in Manhattan in 2006. She also claims she introduced Gaga to pop producer Robert Fusari at a meeting in New Jersey.

Coldplay's Chris Martin Says Katy Perry And EDM Inspired 'Sky Full Of Stars'

Coldplay's Chris Martin has revealed that Katy Perry, Nirvana and EDM inspired the track "A Sky Full Of Stars," which is featured on their latest release Ghost Stories. "I'll tell you the truth - I was listening to a lot of Katy Perry. A lot of her songs have the same chord sequence the whole time," Martin, 37, said in a new video for Beats by Dre.

Beyoncé's '7/11' And 'Ring Off' Leaked In Full

"7/11" and "Ring Off," the two new bonus cuts to be featured on the platinum box version of Beyonce's self-titled album, have leaked to the internet. "7/11," writes the Huffington Post "is meant for your next party," while "Ring Off," was "seemingly" written about the divorce of Bey's mom. "Then you'd smile through your tears / In the mirror you would stare and say a prayer," Bey sings.

Iggy Azalea Responds To Eminem By Calling Him An 'Old Man'

Iggy Azalea took a shot at Eminem, who dissed her in a track called "Vegas." In the lyrics, Em spits "Iggy, you are going to blow that rape whistle on me." The full verse is, "You're lucky just to follow my ride / If I let you run alongside the Humvee, unless you're Nicki / Grab you by the wrist, let's ski / So, what's it gon' be? / Put that sh-t away, Iggy."

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