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The Black Keys made their way back into federal court to request compensation and an injunction on the release of a song Pinnacle Entertainment commissioned for their commercials that sound similar to the duo’s popular tune “Howling For You.” The last time this happened was with big companies Home Depot and Pizza Hut. [BostonHearld]

Snoop Lion has some Rastafarians after him, after they accused him of abusing the use of their community’s personalities and symbolism in his latest documentary Reincarnated. And that’s not all: a group called the Ethio-Africa Diaspora Union Millennium Council sounded off on the rapper, stating reggae music, smoking weed and listening to Bob Marley does not represent their indigenous culture. [TMZ]

E-V-E is making a comeback with the release of her new upcoming album Lip Lock. She teamed up with Pusha T and Juicy J for her newest single “She Bad Bad (REMIX)”[HipHopWired]

The lineup for the 2013 Paid Dues tour was just announced, and it looks like the festival is going to be a monster. The Black Hippy Crew is headlining the show. Also making appearances is Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Dom Kennedy, Tech N9ne, De La Soul, Hopsin and Joey Bada$$. The show goes down March 30, 2013 at the NOS Event Center in San Bernardino, California. [HipHopDX]

Both of Bon Iver’s LPs, 2011’s self-titled album and 2008’s For Emma, Forever Ago, have officially gone gold within the same week. [SPIN]

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