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Jennifer Drake is an Oakland, California-bred music mogul whose success is a testament to her diligence and focus. After graduating from Clark Atlanta University, her passion and skill for discovering artists grew, leading her to sign talent like Grammy-winning rapper Kendrick Lamar and mega-producer Mike WiLL Made-It. In 2016, she moved to Sony/ATV Music Publishing…

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Bad Boys For Life

Bad Boys for Life topped the weekend box office for the third consecutive week and became the most successful film in the franchise. With a haul of $17 million for the weekend, the Will Smith and Martin Lawrence-led film has accumulated $271 million worldwide, including $148 million domestically, becoming the most commercially successful January release…

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After weeks of public outcry, RCA/Sony executives finally relented and have decided to give up the record label’s prized musical commodity, R. Kelly. In a move that some pop culture prognosticators saw coming, Sony Music has dumped the embattled superstar singer, Variety magazine has reported. RCA/Sony is the only label that Kelly has known during…

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According to a report from Variety, Sony Pictures Television is looking to remake classic 70s TV sitcoms created by veteran producer/director Norman Lear including “The Jeffersons,” “All in the Family,” “Good Times” and “Maude.” The report says, Sony executives and Lear would cast new actors to recreate original episodes of the shows, drafted from the…

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Looks like President Obama is done playing with North Korea. It is being reported that POTUS has signed an executive order to put into effect new sanctions against North Korea after the cyber attack on Sony last month. In the order, the President accuses North Korea of “destructive, coercive cyber-related actions during November and December,” and…

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Still of Lizzy Caplan, James Franco and Seth Rogen in The Interview (2014)

Despite several attempts made by hackers to terminate the release of Sony Pictures The Interview, starring funnymen Seth Rogen and James Franco, the controversial political comedy was released in select theaters on Christmas Day. In just one day, the film which mocks North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and depicts his assassination, made more than…

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Still of Lizzy Caplan, James Franco and Seth Rogen in The Interview (2014)

Sony cancelled the The Interview’s December 25 release date last week after AMC, Regal Cinemas, Carmike, et al. caved to terroristic threats. Today, the Daily Beast reports the film will be released but no one is saying exactly how. There are rumors it could be made available on Crackle, the Sony-owned streaming service. “Sony only…

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Still of Lizzy Caplan, James Franco and Seth Rogen in The Interview (2014)

The controversial movie, The Interview, was scheduled to premiere in theaters on Dec. 25, 2014. The release has been canceled in light of the recent breach. Terrorists threatened 9/11 attacks on theaters the showed the film which depicted a plot by two journalists to assassinate Kim Jong-un. Regal, AMC, Cinemark, Cineplex and Carmike, who between operate more than…

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Nothing is safe in the Cloud! First Hollywood was exposed a series of leaked nude images showcasing some of the entertainment industry’s biggest stars. Now, hackers are exposing the intimate conversations of some very powerful execs, whose correspondence on people like funnyman Kevin Hart and President Obama may shock you. In an email leaked earlier…

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Malcolm Brickhouse, Alec Atkins and Jarad Dawkins are three black 8th-grade students from Brooklyn, New York. What makes these young men particularly awesome is that they have a heavy metal rock band named Unlocking the Truth. And now, they also have a record deal from Sony. The deal was announced last week and the boys now…

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