Jay-Z, Yo Gotti File Second Lawsuit Against Mississippi Department of Corrections Over ‘Barbaric Conditions’

Jay-Z and Tennessee native Yo Gotti have filed a second lawsuit against the Mississippi Department of Corrections, once again stemming from the state’s failure to address the alleged mistreatment and abuse of inmates at the Mississippi State Penitentia… Continue Reading

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BTS label Big Hit Entertainment Is Rapidly Moving Forward With IPO Plans

It seems that BTS label Big Hit Entertainment will be going public much sooner than anticipated.  After being valued at over $1 billion last summer (a figure that, though impressive at the time, has since been proven to be far too low), Big Hit execs i… Continue Reading

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Ticketmaster, StubHub Execs Are Testifying Before a Congressional Panel on Excessive Ticket Costs

Congress’s continued effort to curb deceptive ticketing practices and lower ticket prices has taken the form of a comprehensive hearing, at which executives from America’s leading ticketing companies have been called to testify. A House of Representati… Continue Reading

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YG’s 4Hunnid Label Inks a Joint Venture Deal With Epic/Sony

Rapper YG has inked a JV deal between his label, 4Hunnid, and Sony Music Entertainment’s Epic Records. Per a deal first tipped by Variety this (Wednesday) morning, the Compton rapper will tie with Epic/Sony on all future works. The deal spans distribut… Continue Reading

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Massive K-Pop Festival In Los Angeles Canceled Over Coronavirus Fears

The coronavirus epidemic has forced Los Angeles’s Korea Times Music Festival (KTMF) to postpone its annual event. The 18th annual Korea Times Music Festival was scheduled to take place on April 25th, but due to “current travel restrictions in Asia,” th… Continue Reading

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Anghami Says They’re Juggling Multiple Investment and Acquisition Offers

Anghami, the leading music-streaming service for residents of North Africa and the Middle East, claims to be fielding multiple equity-investment offers and acquisition proposals. In a recent interview, Anghami co-founder Elie Habib confirmed previous r… Continue Reading

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British Ticket Scalping Duo Makes $9 Million In Profits, Gets 6+ Years In Prison

In a landmark decision, a UK-based ticket scalping duo has been sentenced to six-plus years behind bars. In a decision that’s likely to make would-be ticket redistributors think twice, two British ticket scalpers have been sentenced to a total of more … Continue Reading

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