“Stop talking to me…. you know better than that”…..
All I can say is, it was probably Jay’s time of the month….. and look at his bottom lip…….
According to the Wall Street Journal, Jay-Z is about to close a landmark deal with Live Nation Inc worth 150 million.
‘In what may be the richest in a string of recent deals with superstar musicians, Live Nation Inc. is close to a $150 million, 10-year deal with Jay-Z that would give the concert promoter a financial position in virtually every aspect of the rapper and entrepreneur’s career, according to people familiar with the matter.
The contract also calls for Live Nation to make advance payments to Jay-Z — whose real name is Shawn Carter — of $10 million for each of three albums, along with $25 million toward concert performances, and other advance payments and promises to cover certain costs totaling $50 million. The company is also to pay $20 million for music publishing and licensing rights. Live Nation would underwrite other of Mr. Carter’s business ventures in areas such as clothing, out of a fund of $25 million; in the past, Mr. Carter has been involved in clothing and nightclub businesses. In all, the agreement appears to be broader than the one the company reached last year with Madonna, which kicked off Live Nation’s recent deal-making spree. Irish rock band U2 also recently made a deal with similar, though not identical, components, and many major music stars have been rumored to be examining such arrangement. Continue Reading‘
Jay-Z teams up with Jamaica’s current premier artist Mavado.
I like this. They compliment each other well on the track
It’s definitely no ‘Can’t Knock The Hustle (circa 96), but its still pretty decent. Its a grower….
Tim Westwood’s behaviour is just soooooooo over the top, sooooooooo licky licky. The man’s hilarious!
Westwood is Hip Hop’s very own Peter Pan who refuses to grow old gracefully.
Admittedly I have always liked his radio shows though. This goes back to when he used to host his own show on Capital Radio way back in the mid-late 80s.
Jay-Z discusses his latest business venture Translation Advertising. Jay has teamed up with Steve Stoute to start the company, which will aim to “help marketers reach multicultural consumers”.