Rapper Notorious B.I.G. will live on via an upcoming duets album with singer Faith Evans titled “The King & I”. The songstress, who teased the project with her late husband during a 2014 interview with Hip Hollywood, recently appeared on the Dame Dash Radio Show to offer an update, revealing that the project is in the finishing stages. She added that she’s also been working with B.I.G.’s  mother, Voletta Wallace. After Dame suggested piecing a story together about Faith’s relationship with Biggie, Evans noted that she wanted to execute the album properly. Evans also noted that she’s written a play based on her 2009 book “Keep The Faith: A Memoir”. Universal Music Group has been paying itself instead of paying royalties it owes Lil Wayne, according to a lawsuit filed by the rapper/producer’s attorneys yesterday in California. Dwayne Carter Jr., known professionally as rapper Lil Wayne, is suing UMG and Sound Exchange, claiming he’s been shorted millions from his work discovering and nurturing talents Nicki Minaj, Drake and Tyga. Carter claim Universal diverted millions of dollars of his profits to repay itself the $100 million it advanced Cash Money Records Inc. A spokesperson for Universal Music Group released a statement saying that the claims are without merit. Stay tuned. Rapper Big Sean has signed with William Morris Endeavor, which will represent him in all areas, according to the talent agency. 28-year-old Detroit native, born Sean Michael Leonard Anderson, has placed three albums in the Billboard Top 200 Chart. He’s sold a total of 27,000 albums in the United States to date, according to Nielsen Music. In addition, he’s placed nine singles in the Billboard Top Ten R&B/Hip Hop Songs Chart, including three No. 1s. He’s had 24 entries in the Billboard Hot 100. The rapper, who has deals with Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music Group, Def Jam and Roc Nation, was previously represented by ICM. The one year anniversary of streaming service Tidel’s  launch event will take place tomorrow in New York City, so of course the service is celebrating the day before by releasing new numbers on both subscribers and exclusive releases. In it’s first year, Tidel claims it passed three million paid subscribers globally, adding 2.5 million subscribers to the 540,000 it had when it launched in the United States. Tidel also released numbers for streams of  Kanye West’s “The Life Of Pablo” for the first time after West’s request to hold the numbers when the album became available in February. According to Tidel, “Pablo” surpassed 250 million streams in it’s first ten days of release. “Pablo” has gone through several changes since West stated that it would only be available on Tidel as he updates certain tracks and made the single “Famous”, featuring Rhianna, available via Apple Music and Spotify, ending his Tidel only crusade. Tidel now boost 20 co-owners, up from the 16 it started with . French band Indochine has become the latest addition, after Lil Wayne, Damian Marley and TIP all signed recently. Jay Z, Beyoncé, Rhianna, Kanye West and Madonna were all present for the launch event as the service’s original artist-owners.