Memphis Mayor AC Wharton Jr. announced the launch of a Memphis Music Hall of tribute to the city's many musical legends. 

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The city's first ever induction ceremony will be held November 29th and the initial 25 inductees like B.B. King, Bobby "Blue" Bland, Al Green, Isaac Hayes, Elvis Presley, Three 6 Mafia and more will go down as the first artists to enter the Memphis Music Hall of Fame.  More details are below with Tha Wire.

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In more news, Flava Flav is in some deep trouble and looking at possible jail time if he's convicted of charges that include assault with a deadly weapon and domestic violence battery.  As previously reported, Flav was involved in a domestic dispute that led to his arrest about a week ago.

Unfortunately, this isn't the first time that Flava Flav has had his share of legal trouble and this is not the first time he's been violent towards his significant other.  In 1991, Flav pled guilty to assaulting his girlfriend Karen Ross and ended up serving 30 days in jail.  As a result he lost custody of his children, and sank deeper into an already out of control drug addiction.   Then in 1993, he was charged with attempted murder and jailed for an additional 90 days for shooting at his neighbor.

Flav was later charged with domestic violence, cocaine and marijuana charges.  His family stuck by him and even staged an intervention.  Because of that he checked into the Betty Ford Center for an addiction to crack cocaine and got himself back on track.  For more info on his latest issue, listen to Tha Wire below.

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11-year old Willow Smith couldn't help but be multi-talented, after all she is the daughter of Will Smith and Jada Pickett Smith.  That's not to mention the sister of box office superstar actor Jaden Smith.  She set the world on fire with her debut single "Whip My Hair" and she's been on a roll ever since then.  Recently, she made a video showing off her singing skills playing piano and singing Adele's "Skyfall".

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Finally, Jay-Z and Beyonce were trying to ban anyone from using their daughters name "Blue Ivy", however someone is using her name.  A company out of Boston called Blue Ivy Events to be exact.  The superstar couple is having that, and went as far as taking this issue to court.  Find out how it went and get more details on all of the above now with Tha Wire: