The “Blurred Lines” verdict has certainly shaken up the music industry. Singer Omarion, DJ Mustard and Atlantic Records are facing a lawsuit from BMG Management claiming that their hit “Post To Be” is similar to Chris Brown’s Akon assisted single “Came To Do”, from his 2013 album “X.” According to the Jasmine Brand, the company is requesting $300k as well as an injunction preventing him from profiting off their work. Ironically, Brown was featured on Omarion’s single “Post To Be!.” However, the company claims that the song wasn’t written by Chris Brown, but by multiple song writers. They also state that one of the writers, Redwine, assigned 50% of the rights to the song to BMG. They claim that Omarion’s song is similar to Brown’s in melody, beat placements, rhythmic durations and pitches. While the thought of singer R Kelly doing a Christmas album may have never occurred to many, fans of the crooner will be happy to know that he’s preparing a holiday album titled “12 Nights Of Christmas” for release. He shared the album art on Instagram over the weekend, which shows him sitting by the fireplace with stockings hung by the chimney with care; he wears a smoking jacket while holding a cigar and a glass of dark liquor as he jovially lounges in front of a Christmas tree. Neither a track list nor release date have been announced. From Nov. 3-6, the Soul Train Awards Weekend will take over the Mandalay Resort and Casino with 4 days of performances, concerts, an outdoor day party and exclusive late night parties, all in preparation for the 2016 Soul Train Music Awards on Sunday, Nov 6. Cable station BET revealed the line up of artists who will perform which include Jill Scott, Tyrese, Monica, Anthony Hamilton, Jazmine Sullivan, Bell Biv DeVoe, Yuna, Tish Hyman, Kid Capri as well as a special night of comedy with the cast of BET’s Comedy Get Down with Cedric The Entertainer, DL Hughley, George Lopez, Eddie Griffin and Charlie Murphy. Erykah Badu will return as an awards show producer, writing show content and comedy sketches. Additional talent and events for the forthcoming Soul Train Weekend 2016 will be announced soon. Four day as well as general tickets for all Soul Train Weekend events go on sale Friday, September 30. Rapper Lil Wayne’s forthcoming memoir “Gone Til November: A Journal Of Rikers Island”, will not only give readers a deep look into the New Orleans native’s eight month prison term on a gun case in 2010, but will also recount how he playfully pronounced two other inmates husband and husband in a makeshift, jokey, ceremony with tissue decorations, cookies and 13 bottles of Gatorade. “Gone Til November” will hit book stores on Oct. 11. Southern hip hop artist Yelawolf shared the visual for his single “Daylight” on Thursday. The song is featured on the soundtrack for the film “The Magnificent Seven”, which was released Friday. Before the visual arrived, Eminem previewed the Western action film while tracks played in the background. The track highlights Yelawolf’s Alabama roots, as do the largely focused whiskey focused lyrics. The clip shows the rapper and his band holing up in a cozy cabin, while rain drips off the roof. It’s definitely worth listening to.