Ralph McDaniels To Host “Video Music Box” 35th Anniversary Concert

Video Music Box aired until 1996 when it was sold to WNYE-TV. McDaniels looks back on those 13 years and is proud of everything he accomplished. “We covered one of the first Hip Hop concerts called FreshFest,” he recalls. “It featured Run-DMC, Whodini, The Fat Boys, Grandmaster Flash & The Furious 5, plus a young LL Cool J. It was a … Continue reading Ralph McDaniels To Host “Video Music Box” 35th Anniversary Concert

Terry Crews Gives Sexual Assault Testimony Before Senate Judiciary Committee

With most of the media’s eyes trained on the Supreme Court Tuesday morning, actor and former NFL player Terry Crews quietly delivered a powerful condemnation of “toxic masculinity” on Capitol Hill. Crews, a star of the sitcom Brooklyn 99 who is also known for roles like the Trump-esque President Camacho in Mike Judge’s Idiocracy, appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee to … Continue reading Terry Crews Gives Sexual Assault Testimony Before Senate Judiciary Committee

Nas Company Sells Online Pharmacy For A Billion to Amazon

The rapper’s Queensbridge Venture Partners has scored another huge payday, with the acquisition PillPack. Earlier today, Amazon announced it was purchasing PillPack, which is an online pharmacy that streamlined the delivery of medication to patients in all 50 states in the U.S. Queensbridge Venture Partners participated in a funding round with seven other investors back … Continue reading Nas Company Sells Online Pharmacy For A Billion to Amazon

LeBron James’ Signs 4 Year $154 Million Dollar Los Angeles Lakers Deal.

Basketball star LeBron James has agreed to a four-year contract with the Los Angeles Lakers, his agency said Sunday evening. Klutch Sports Group announced that the contract would pay James a fully guaranteed $154 million. ESPN reported that the fourth year of the deal was a player option that James can decline in order to become a … Continue reading LeBron James’ Signs 4 Year $154 Million Dollar Los Angeles Lakers Deal.

Dr. Dre and Jimmy Lovine court-ordered to pay $25 million to BEATS Designer

Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine have been ordered to pay $25 million to Steven Lamar in a verdict reached by a Los Angeles jury on Wednesday (June 27), according to The Hollywood Reporter. Lamar, a former business partner of Dre and Iovine, sued the two in 2016 for failing to pay him royalties for designing three versions of the Beats headphones. … Continue reading Dr. Dre and Jimmy Lovine court-ordered to pay $25 million to BEATS Designer

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