Holiday Special: The Two- Or Three-Day-Old Stories You Might Have Inexplicably Missed Over The Weekend

May 29th, 2007 // 1 Comment

fiddyc.jpg- 50 Cent has pushed the release date for his Curtis album from next month to September; in a press release on, 50 says: “I’m an international artist. My fans worldwide deserve to receive my album at the same time as my fans here in the US.” But as Billboard notes, both “Straight To The Bank” and “Amusement Park” have lagged on the singles charts, meaning that 50 will have to hunt for new locales (hardware stores? fresh-water aquariums?) within which to set his easy-to-understand sex-metaphor raps.
- Despite having nothing to do with the Cuban health-care system, Control–the Anton Corbijn-directed biopic of Joy Division singer Ian Curtis, won two awards at the Cannes Film Festival, where it screened outside of the main competition.
- Justin Timberlake announced the formation of his own record label, which is expected to have sex with a string of other record labels.
- Former Casablanca Records artist Lindsay Lohan allegedly–allegedly!–upheld her ex-label’s fine tradition of cocaine and booze.


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