2017 – Elton John
2009 – Snoop Dogg
2008 – Mariah Carey
1987 – Madonna
2018 – Kanye West
“You don’t have to agree with Trump but the mob can’t make me not love him. We are both dragon energy. He is my brother, I love everyone. I don’t agree with everything anyone does. That’s what makes us individuals. And we have the right to independent thought.” Kanye West tweeted this and to the world this was him showing love to Donald Trump. This earned him applause from Trump but a lot of criticism from his fans worldwide.
1994 – Michael Bolton
In a case of copyright plagiarism, Isley Brothers against Michael Bolton, the jury finds Michael Bolton guilty of music copyright infringement for his 1991 song “Love Is a wonderful Thing”. In 1966 the Isley Brothers released a song with the same name and in the case they claimed Michael Bolton infringed their music rights by releasing a song with the same name. They won the case and they were awarded 5.4 Million Us Dollars in damages making the settlement the largest in plagiarism case.
1968 – The Beatles
The Beatles were scheduled to perform for the Queen of England during the British Olympic Appeal Fund Show but they rejected. They sited that they dont do benefits and on that bases their decision would remain the same no matter the cause.
1970 – Jackson’s 5
”ABC” the hit song by the Jackson’s 5 – Michael, Randy, Jermaine, Tito, Marlon and Jackie – was number 1 on the Billboard Pop Hits Chart.
1995 – Mobb Deep
Mobb Deep released “The Infamous” their second studio album. The American duo’s album was released by RCA Records and Loud Music. Nas, Raekwon, Ghostface Killah and Q-tip made guest appearances on the project. Productions was mainly done by the group’s Havoc but Q-Tip also contributed while serving as a mixing engineer.