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Chief Keef is no longer signed to Interscope Records. The controversial Chicago-based rapper revealed that he has been dropped from the label. In 2012, Chief Keef made a name for himself on the national hip-hop scene after Kanye West remixed his song, “I Don’t Like.” Months after the release of the song, Chief Keef reportedly…

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While many know of the billion dollar profit Dr. Dre took home after the now historic Beats deal, not many know of Miami Heat superstar Lebron James’ involvement and subsequent earnings from the deal, as well. Though LeBron will only take home a fraction of Dre’s earnings, the $30 million in stock and cash that James…

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Maybe 50 Cent’s departure from Interscope wasn’t as amicable as previously reported. Recently stopping by the “Cosmic Kev” radio show, 50 tells of how his involvement with the SMS Audio brand clashed with Iovine and Dr. Dre’s Beats By Dre brand so much that it began to deteriorate their working relationship: The last communication I had…

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Chief Keef continues to face backlash for several tweets that caused an uproar this week. The first tweet involved his commentary on the death of a young Chicago teen named Joseph Cameron, aka Lil JoJo. Several days ago, Lil JoJo, who had a beef with Chief Keef’s associate, Lil Reese, was murdered while riding a…

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Dr. Dre has proven himself to be one of hip-hop’s biggest moneymakers, landing at No. 6 on Forbes‘ Hip-Hop Cash Kings list, earlier this week. And now the good doctor is making a bid for next year’s top spot after inking a lucrative $300 million deal between his Beats Electronics company and Taiwan-based smartphone maker…

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50 Cent has announced that he’s canceling his upcoming album and blamed his record label Interscope for the leak of his new single “I’m On It.” And in the heat of his rage, the G-Unit rapper also threatened to retaliate by leaking his mentor Dr. Dre’s single “Psycho.” 50 Cent broke news of the cancellation…

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