Singer/songwriter Bibi Bourelly penned “B*tch Betta Have My Money” for Rhianna and has also written songs for Selena Gomez and was featured on Usher’s “Chains” along with Nas. She’s released three singles “Riot”, “Ego” and “Sally” as well. During an interview with Music Choice, she discussed breaking free from being just a songwriter and becoming a full fledge artist. She stated that she doesn’t think she’s a good songwriter because that’s not what she was built to do. She added that she refuses to be molded by the industry, which says a great deal about her determination to say and do what she wants on her own terms. Bourelly’s EP “Free The Real Part #2” will be available on June 24th to be followed by an appearance at the BET Experience weekend. Beyoncé is being sued. The Hollywood Reporter reports that Kentucky film maker/TV station creative director Matthew Fulks filed papers in a New York civil suit against Sony, Columbia and Beyoncé’s management company, Parkwood Entertainment, for allegedly copying his short film “Palinoia” for her visual album “Lemonade.” Fulks claims in court documents that his film was finished in July 2015, and that a series of emails linked his film’s concept to Bryan Younce, Senior Vice President of Video and Content Production at Columbia Records, the label Beyoncé is signed to. Younce is also said to have credits for Beyoncé’s 2013 self titled album as well. We’ll have to wait and see how this pans out. Shortly after collaborating with Guess on a 90s inspired collection in January, rapper A$AP Rocky headed back into the design studio with northern Irish designer Jonathan Anderson. J.W. Anderson announced yesterday that the rapper and his creative team, AWGE, have teamed up with the London based brand to create a men’s capsule collection, to be launched this month. The collection features the rapper ‘s own flair on the zip ring pull and teddy faux fur, which were seen during the fall 2015 mens’s show. Priced from $275 to $1,300, the exclusive collaboration includes two netted beanies, two knitted track suit tops with matching bottoms and two teddy fur jackets. The J.W. Alexander * A$AP Rocky range is available for pre ordering now at j-Anderson.com and on Monday at J.W. Anderson Workshops. It’s National Iced Tea Day, so it’s only fitting to celebrate with the work of rapper/actor/band leader/podcaster and reality star Ice T. The MC, born Tracy Morrow, intended to pay tribute to poet Iceberg Slim with his stage name, but that doesn’t mean he rejects his homophone completely. Although he’s not named for the classic summer time refreshment, if you say the name quickly enough, it sounds like a tribute to the “Law & Order SVU” star. The five best performing Ice T songs are “Lethal Weapon”, “High Rollers”,” O.G. Original Gangster”, “The Real One (2 Live Crew Ft. Ice T. )” and “New Jack Hustler (Nino’s Theme)”. Honorable mention: “Colors”. Ice T’s first Billboard charting single, featured on the movie soundtrack of the same name, was released in 1988, before the Hot Rap Songs chart was created. It reached No. 70 on the Hot 100 and No. 77 on the Hot R&B/Rap Songs chart, then known as the Hot Black Singles Chart.