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L.A. Reid is no longer CEO at Epic Records. The departure comes just weeks after Sony Music, Epic’s parent company, named Rob Stringer as CEO. Reid led Epic to being one of the most respected labels in the music industry. Under Reid’s guidance, the label featured chart-topping artists such as Future, DJ Khaled, Travi$ Scott,…

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21 Savage can now call Epic Records home. Upon having a breakout year in 2016 laced with platinum singles (“X” featuring Future and “No Heart” featuring Metro Boomin) and a successful joint EP with Metro Boomin (Savage Mode), the Atlanta native has just inked a deal with LA Reid and co. He joins collaborator Future…

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The 18-time BMI and 3-time Grammy award winner LA Reid is in Atlanta, Ga promoting his new book, Sing to Me. During an evening discussion hosted by Big Tigger, program director Reggie Rouse of V103 (CBS radio), and Gentleman Jack, the crowd was very shocked to hear LA Reid hasn’t musically worked with Beyoncé. Although LA admitted…

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Legendary music producer LA Reid has a new memoir coming out this month and it promises to be a blockbuster. In the memoir entitled LA Reid Sing to Me: My Story of Making Music, Finding Magic and Searching for Who’s Next, he talks at length about his interactions with the” King of Pop” Michael Jackson. Reid…

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After weeks of back and forth between his wife and TLC’s former manager Pebbles, LA Reid is stepping in and shutting down all of the rumors. Last week, rumors circled that Pebbles, who is threatening to sue VH1 and TLC for her portrayal in their acclaimed Vh1 biopic “CrazySexyCool,” claimed to get the girl group…

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You just gotta love Twitter. It gives us a never before look into the minds of our favorite celebrities. It also gives said celebrities a platform to voice whatever is on their mind at any given time, for better or worse. Take the case of the Snowman, Young Jeezy. He recently took to Twitter to…

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One individual who was important to the real TLC story is Crystal Jones. Jones founded TLC (originally 2nd Nature) with Tionne Watkins and Lisa Lopes, the future T-Boz and Left-Eye, but was unceremoniously ousted early on in favor of Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas. The film portrays Jones as a talentless footnote to the group’s beginnings, and she spoke to RO about the way the film portrayed TLC and her history.

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