Megan Thee Stallion won another court victory against her label, 1501 Certified Entertainment.
One of the culture’s best record men will try to change once again. Kevin Liles has been appointed CEO to the new Warner Music Group venture 3EE.
Seattle is not only compacted in the corner of the United States’ map, but in the Hip-Hop community as well. Raz Simone has met his moment of truth with his official 300 and Black Umbrella breakout with his album Cognitive Dissonance: Part One.
The terrain of the game has changed. It’s now a digital world, and it looks like renowned record executive, Lyor Cohen, and business partners Kevin Liles and Todd Moscowitz will lead the frontier on how to find fresh talent via their new label venture, 300.
There is always a gamble involved when moguls choose to bank on an upstart record label. The same goes for music companies signing unproven talent.
You just knew that when Lyor Cohen stepped down as CEO/Chairman of the Warner Music Group a year ago that he wouldn’t stay away from the record business for too long. The legendary exec, and Run-DMC’s former road manager, revealed that his new label (or “content company”), with partners Kevin Liles and Todd Moscowitz, will […]
You win some, you lose some. After unceremoniously falling out with Waka Flocka Flame, again, about a month or so back, Gucci Mane has added a new member to the Brick Squad. That would be Chicago rapper Chief Keef.
One of Def Jam’s newest signee, Lil’ Reese drops comes through with the visual to his record titled “Savage”. The original “I Don’t Like” featured artist released a Gangsta Grillz mixtape titled Don’t Like on Independance Day.
Newly signed Interscope artist and Chicago’s own, Chief Keef brought his “300” team to the world’s capital to perform at S.O.B’s last night. He runs through a collection of records in front of what appears to be a packed house.
Fresh off his The New Chicago Vol.1 appearances which featured his “I Don’t Like” Remix, Chief Keef drops some new music from his soon to be released Finally Rich mixtape. The record, “Ballin,” was produced by Leek-E-Leek.