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"interscope" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

ROADIUM RADIO

05:35 min | 3 weeks ago

"interscope" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

"So our marketing was always give it to the people feed them. There is I'm saying because so many kids are in our respect to hustle I come from her. So I never had a job music out my job and saved my life. Kids if you out there and you are CDs or whatever, and it's easier for these kids nowadays, they just want people to go spotify but there's still kids out there that are hustling out the trunk and all that you don't. We had Harkat understand understand. So you might give further you don't say maybe press out a compilation one of all your the music you hadn't and and gives us out but do your research and be like am down twenty twenty years. He's going to be over here twenty as a respectful man Tony Ain't Shit on you if you come if you come to him in the right correct. Just again, I begin people so the. Story is because it's always been like this for us for B. Y. McKee one, hundred, which you because that's what we do. That's how I am. I know the haters on and they're talking lot ship but I'm off backs. When, we finally got the deal in two thousand and six interscope records. The whole Chicano rap community was mad at US why them? Omar sounds like a black rapper is a my dad or look how they dress LOCI talks. He's not Chicano rap why them? We should never do that. You should never because I've never we don't. We don't sit on nobody, but if I'M A I'm a man. He knows I'm I'm a man I. You disrespect me I'm a disrespect. You right back. He was I never stop nobody's hustle nobody no other men's hustle and now is the sad part about anybody anybody asks me. INTERSCOPE interscope. The sad part is that our own people were so against us and interscope interscope records was was was seeing that you know what I'm saying like you guys are GonNa? Lie. But how come? There's no. You got anymore more love how come this Jonah? A are are putting out records talking shit and this, and isn't a snack and the funny thing Tony I know what's happened to you because you alleging we used to see a lot of these a lot of people's favorite rappers at venues and parties and all that first thing that coming up running up your. Home you're doing your killing. and. We're not gonNA get nowhere like that. We're not gonNA get nowhere like that. It'd be a lot of love it. Love, it'd be a lot of I guess because we'd hear Shit like all. Late. Sneak. You know how we were talking earlier about this. It'd be a lot Disney I like. Let me ask you. What would it be some of the dishes that you heard? What would he say about? You know it was never really about the music. How you know because music is not somewhere where you can you know the armor strong you know saying it it would be more on all. You know he's not gang banging or you know he's not fucking waving grass or rag or maybe you know he's not Mexican enough or he's not rapping. Dumb Shit should they had nothing to do with with with with what should matter for a support? Our own don't not now wasn't everybody because we get off we got a lot of a lot of artists as well as it. You know I think everyone knows what we mean. Right in general but there were there was love but I think that retrospect. There would be a lot more of US right now shiny. If back, then there would be a lot more people supporting and the crabs in a barrel mentality was keeping us from look this time around I'm a I'm a little older I like I said, I have a seven year old little girl that I got to. Look out for like like I'm. Meek Humid I. Coming back he has to do we all have kids now. We didn't come to play anymore. So now we're back then we were entertaining people. We don't give a fuck like now we're coming back. If you heard, you heard some of the music earlier. Right? Absolute. Is you think I loved. And I'm GonNa tell you why I loved it. Everybody knows this because I preach preaches because it's different, right? I've always told all his don't try to be better than someone else just be different for you just be you. People can beat you. People. Can beat you a lot. A lot of things be someone that's got more money than you. There's always going to be someone more power than you but no, one can beat you being. You know one can be you like you and that's something we always did and I guess now moving forward. Now, it's like we're coming back with the purpose is coming back to make a statement per se like. Already did that already, we already got that we were already on the Lakers were already on the big leagues. We were right there. You know opportunity you know I. I never should on interscope because every time I saw Jimmy Ivine. Always. Loved all those guys. Tommy on. It was always love you know what I'm saying. The reason why people do it is also frustration right the frustration. The frustration of being dropped you know and and to maybe ask for some of the questions people have been asking you. I did give a lot of my life. You know what? We're talking about the span off from the mid to late nineties two thousand and ten eleven. That's half my life. And something doesn't work out. The way does I took step back. You know SAS stick I took a step back. I dealt with some family issues where we're where my you know my mom was dealt with the health issues. She's a breast cancer survivor I..

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Why Blackpink's 'Ice Cream' Could Be Their Breakout Moment

Pop Shop

04:25 min | Last month

Why Blackpink's 'Ice Cream' Could Be Their Breakout Moment

"Ice cream black pink and Selena Gomez is new single which I wrote about last week I. Spoke to a couple of people over an interscope who did this huge marketing blitz? For the song. Selena Gomez partnered with serendipity the pro like going I screamed brand for her own. Brand of ice cream. Cookies and cream remix Keith. I was sent a pint. Of Cookies and cream racy remixing come to come with a download of the song in the ice cream. Absolutely. Was it ice cream song? Cream. Bundle. For melts. I will say. This is not spun kind. This is not sponsored content. I did greatly enjoyed the cookies and cream no impact on your editorial coverage whatsoever. Absolutely not I didn't I don't think I wrote that anywhere that I really liked the ice. Cream. But anyway. Anyway. There was also song. What do you think happened? What do you mean? What was what was the? Also I also wanted to mention an ice cream truck was driving around Los Angeles it was in your neck of the woods Keith. handed. Selena Gomez Black Pink Ice Cream truck was driving around Los Angeles over the weekend playing a mini version of ice cream, which was pretty cool. Anyway Songs Pretty Cool I. think that. It, it is going to be black paying. Hit in the US it's it's very modern sounding in terms of kind of intermixing singing Some kind of yawning beats some rapping It's it's very kind of like tiktok friendly and I think it's the right song for them. So do you think like feels like it feels like black paint has been percolating for awhile now? Like waiting in the wings behind bt s so to speak. Is An any you know black pink had a moment. a low key moment with sour candy with Lady Gaga on the chromatic album that wasn't a single. But now we have black Pinkus Lena Gomez together is this going to be. Potentially the song that really breaks them especially concerned that they have an album right around the corner. Yeah I think so and that's the key because their album comes out in October and they needed a this sort of big book before this album comes out because they released. So Sour Candy came out and may wreck before chromatic came out and peaked at number thirty, three on the hot one hundred that's great I mean it's a top forty hit for them. How you like that is the lead single from their new album that also peaked at number thirty, three on the hot one hundred, and again, that's great for a new artist but also it's not what they wanted. They wanted that song to to crossover in a much bigger way in the US. So now you have not only big song with Selena Gomez, but this huge kind of marketing push around this it it comes in right before the Grammy Eligibility period on August thirty first. And right before black pink's album comes out. So I think like the the social interest in this song Combined with you know the fan base is coming together because Selena Gomez is a huge huge SAR and did not and does not guest and when she does guest on tracks like. She makes wolves with with marshmallows. She made it ain't me with go there there. Yeah. The she hasn't had that many kind of featuring Selena Gomez songs that kind of fizzle. So this was Like an all out offense in in terms of getting black pink on more people's radars, it's not only in the US but. Around the world. So I think that you look back to go board had it's covered with black pink. About a year and a half ago February twenty nine. They performed at Chela, April Twenty nineteen they've been working on this new music. Obviously, we'll. We'll see how that the album does in general but this is a big look for them and I think that this was the kind of smart decision to go all out on this song and almost ensure a big breakout moment and I do think that the song rises to the occasion.

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Blackout Tuesday marks day to reflect on racism in America

Elvis Duran Presents: The 15 Minute Morning Show

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Blackout Tuesday marks day to reflect on racism in America

"Absolute black in this is signifying today our friends in the music industry. It's blackout day. What does that mean in response to the deep racial unrest, and after a recent deaths of George Floyd Brown Taylor and The countless other black citizens by the hands of police. This initiative started from our friends at the the music. Business Def Jam interscope Columbia Records Island records, Sony Capital Republic Warner BMG you, MG. Empire all of them. and. That's what they're doing being strong. This being strong and saying. Hey, we hear you you. Know it's? It's interesting because I was looking I was. Looking down instagram in. It's just it's look it's. Black pains, more and more black pains. Of Black. And It's speaks loudly as simple as it is,

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Music is Holding a 'Blackout' on Tuesday

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 4 months ago

Music is Holding a 'Blackout' on Tuesday

"Tuesday is blackout Tuesday as Jason Nathanson reports musical from Beyonce and John legend's Columbia Records music companies live nation Spotify and more observing blackout Tuesday today the data pause music and reflect on the racial tension and protests gripping the nation lady Gaga on Kendrick Lamar's label Interscope is set it will not release music this week and many labels are urging people to to donate donate and and volunteer volunteer

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Quibi spending more than a billion wading into streaming wars. Luring subscribers will be key.

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

09:41 min | 9 months ago

Quibi spending more than a billion wading into streaming wars. Luring subscribers will be key.

"QUBE was founded by former Disney Disney executive producer. Jeffrey Katzenberg Meg. Whitman is CEO. They gave a big presentation about the service last week at sea. Yes in yes Las Vegas. They've raised more than a billion dollars and signed up a lot of big name. Talent to create all new shows and movies but no video will be longer than ten minutes. At a time. I spoke to what minutes and she told me queries. Secret sauce is all new technology. I asked her to tell me how it works. Well the first thing is you know. People people are watching a video on on their mobile phone today but it's an uneven experience. Sometimes if you're holding the phone portrait it's a little postage stamp size than u-turn horizontally. It's got big black line. Some content is only available. Portrait sums only available in landscaping said for our use case on the go. Viewing we have to be able to have seamless portrait to landscape rotation with full screen video. And we figured out that it had to really be what we call script to screen innovation because the creators have to film a little bit differently. They have have to look at a shot and they have to say how will that shot looking portrait. How look landscape and then we make two edits of the movie? You Could Watch the movie and portrait or the whole movie and landscape but the gyroscope interscope in your phone knows which way you're holding the phone so we can show you the right editor of the movie and so we thought all right. We'll have the edit of the portrait the editor the landscape and we were going to run both in the background on your phone except for them. We figured out it would eat way too much bandwith and way too much battery life Susan. Okay got any other ideas us on how we can do this. And ultimately it came down to a kind of compression technology that when you are watching in portrait your landscape version is compressed and this is never been done before we have patents on it and that's why the experience is so seemless an so engrossing and then we shot obviously to the aspect ratio of the phone. Is there price pressure. Now I feel like Disney is putting a lot of pressure on a lot of services and you're launching at five dollars a month with ads eight dollars a month without. Yeah I'M GONNA have to come down. I don't know you know it's four ninety nine a month with ads seven ninety nine a month without ads we think that You know member we're going after millennial audience you know eighteen to forty four. We think that most will pick the ad-supported version because it's very light add load. It's only a two and a half minutes per hour of watching which is much less than prime time. TV which is seventeen and a half minutes of advertising for every hour that you watch and so for ninety nine we think is a good value for this premium content on their mobile phone and for those people who really don't want advertising. We felt like we should offer an ad free version Russian at seven ninety nine. Yeah so then. D expect that most of the revenue will be generated by the subscription We think that that will be obviously the base case. And we'll see how this works out. I think the majority will be subscription revenue But we'll see what made you sort of land on this idea of ten minutes for a long time in video radio. It was two minutes and then Youtube went to ten minutes for mid roll purposes. Is it for mid roll purposes. Like how did you sort of land on the part of this judgment but at the data that we used is it turns out that the average session length for the population worldwide except for China is actually six minutes so think about it to be spent five hours hours a day on your phone. You're picking up that phone a lot of different times and the average session six minutes. It's a little bit longer in China. So he said six minutes. So you know maybe our goodies. Abe's we call our content. Qubit should be between five and a maximum of ten. Can I watch on TV. You at launch. He will be able to chrome cast like you'll built casts is to your TV but we at launch will not have a unique apple TV or chrome. Google TV APP PER SE. Because really we think this is mobile. Only and when you think back to this portrait to landscape seamless full screen video. Think about it part of the joy of this. Is You get on the bus holding your phone portrait. Then you watch you know On the bus and horizontal then get off and you go back to portrait most people's. TV's are not going to go back and forth and So we think this is sort of an interesting thing new way to view and is uniquely suited to the mobile phone and then what about the content race. I mean that can be you know. I've been in content longtime. Yes it can be a little bit of money pit. Yes and you know and there's no built in library necessarily archive that you're working from. How do you win that battle? Yeah well you're right. There is no we will be the first streaming services that launches without a library. Because think about it. You can't take sixty minute television show and just chop it up into You know six ten minutes segments is all has to be shot for turnstile which is new and has to be written if it's a movie and chapters that has to be written in a chapter optimized version so it's all new which we think is actually exciting and fun but we have to make a lot of content. Because you can't come to see two or three things you have to field there's a world of richness and a lot of genres and you know we have quite a unique content strategy and so we have Maybe invested did significantly in content. And this is all about finding the great stories Attaching the great actors and actresses to it and getting them excited sighted about doing something entirely new so we will launch with In the first year. One hundred and seventy-five original shows every day we will will produce commission from our partners Three hours of new fresh content every single day which is thirty five five percent more than a network does in prime time so there's a lot of fresh daily new content on the on the APP which I think will keep people. We'll keep coming back for that. At least that's what we hope I mean I am listening to this as a person who does the daily show. And I'm thinking either your geniuses or you're crazy well here's the thing remember. We don't make any content ourselves. You make your own content for that I do. We have to pay for it. But we are leveraging leveraging the expertise of our craters studios were leveraging for our daily essentials where we curate news and sports and weather and lifestyle. We're we're leveraging the infrastructure of our excellent partners right and And so that makes a bit easier but but we have a budget. And we've we've planned for that and and you know we think that will Be The budget for the first year. Talk to me a little bit about the content. So do you anticipate that people will make short versions of things that they may be. Five years later turned into. Oh a longer project longer project. Let me give you an analogy in another medium that you will totally get Do you remember the Davinci Code. Yep The DAVINCI code is four hundred sixty four pages just one hundred and five chapters. Every chapter in the Davinci code is five pages because eighteen years ago. Dan Brown said people are not reading for forty five minutes now. They're probably not even reading for thirty and he said if you've got five minutes I want you to read one chapter got ten minutes. I want you to read two chapters but the thing I do not want you to do is stop in the middle of a chapter but nothing was lesser about the Davinci code other the length of its chapter so we like to say our movies. Nothing's lesser about the movies other than the chapter is the way we deliver them and then we have You know as I described our daily the essentials which we hope will create the daily consumption habit. We're going to curate. You know. Twenty five daily shows every single day From talk shows to horoscope go to news to whether to sports excetera and then The other kind of content we have is this unscripted episodic and documentary three shows and a perfect example. There is Chrissy. Teigen is doing a show her favourite show as it turns out of judge. Judy so she came to us and said I want to do Christie's Court and the tagline is no claim is too small and dumb and each claim will be ten minutes or eight minutes and And she's super excited about it and you by the way you can. You can't in our movies you've got to watch them. The episodes in particular order. But Christie's court you could watch in any order because they're not related to each other episodic so you really have like snack bowl and binge. Yes kind of covered exactly. Yeah okay why are you here. Yeah I mean considering your background ground what drew you to this. Yeah well I've been friends with Jeffrey. For thirty years. We worked at the Walt Disney Company together back in the day and then When I was at Ebay I sat sat on his DreamWorks Animation Board? So Jeffrey and I've been friends for a long time. And when he heard I was stepping down from HP after six and a half years. I told the board I would say five years. He called me and he said would you ever consider coming down and being the CEO of Qube. I said well I don't know I've gotta you know so. He came up and had dinner and at the end of dinner. Three hour dinner. I said this is a really good idea. It's a really good idea because what I look for in new consumer tech businesses. Is I look for other trends right. Trends are absolutely right is the market large. The market's gigantic back. And is there you know. Are you changing consumer behavior or are you just taking people to a premium level and is there a sustainable ainable what I call a sustainable competitive advantage. Meaning if we're successful and everyone else comes in how. How do we continue to win? And how how is that is that through the intellectual property. Well there's actually Largely through our relationships with our studios It is first mover advantage for sure and we have to learn how to how to create create this platform. And we've had to teach craters how to do it so we think we have A lot of barriers to entry because we will be out first by a pretty wide margin

Quibi spending more than a billion wading into streaming wars. Luring subscribers will be key.

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

09:41 min | 9 months ago

Quibi spending more than a billion wading into streaming wars. Luring subscribers will be key.

"QUBE was founded by former Disney Disney executive producer. Jeffrey Katzenberg Meg. Whitman is CEO. They gave a big presentation about the service last week at sea. Yes in yes Las Vegas. They've raised more than a billion dollars and signed up a lot of big name. Talent to create all new shows and movies but no video will be longer than ten minutes. At a time. I spoke to what minutes and she told me queries. Secret sauce is all new technology. I asked her to tell me how it works. Well the first thing is you know. People people are watching a video on on their mobile phone today but it's an uneven experience. Sometimes if you're holding the phone portrait it's a little postage stamp size than u-turn horizontally. It's got big black line. Some content is only available. Portrait sums only available in landscaping said for our use case on the go. Viewing we have to be able to have seamless portrait to landscape rotation with full screen video. And we figured out that it had to really be what we call script to screen innovation because the creators have to film a little bit differently. They have have to look at a shot and they have to say how will that shot looking portrait. How look landscape and then we make two edits of the movie? You Could Watch the movie and portrait or the whole movie and landscape but the gyroscope interscope in your phone knows which way you're holding the phone so we can show you the right editor of the movie and so we thought all right. We'll have the edit of the portrait the editor the landscape and we were going to run both in the background on your phone except for them. We figured out it would eat way too much bandwith and way too much battery life Susan. Okay got any other ideas us on how we can do this. And ultimately it came down to a kind of compression technology that when you are watching in portrait your landscape version is compressed and this is never been done before we have patents on it and that's why the experience is so seemless an so engrossing and then we shot obviously to the aspect ratio of the phone. Is there price pressure. Now I feel like Disney is putting a lot of pressure on a lot of services and you're launching at five dollars a month with ads eight dollars a month without. Yeah I'M GONNA have to come down. I don't know you know it's four ninety nine a month with ads seven ninety nine a month without ads we think that You know member we're going after millennial audience you know eighteen to forty four. We think that most will pick the ad-supported version because it's very light add load. It's only a two and a half minutes per hour of watching which is much less than prime time. TV which is seventeen and a half minutes of advertising for every hour that you watch and so for ninety nine we think is a good value for this premium content on their mobile phone and for those people who really don't want advertising. We felt like we should offer an ad free version Russian at seven ninety nine. Yeah so then. D expect that most of the revenue will be generated by the subscription We think that that will be obviously the base case. And we'll see how this works out. I think the majority will be subscription revenue But we'll see what made you sort of land on this idea of ten minutes for a long time in video radio. It was two minutes and then Youtube went to ten minutes for mid roll purposes. Is it for mid roll purposes. Like how did you sort of land on the part of this judgment but at the data that we used is it turns out that the average session length for the population worldwide except for China is actually six minutes so think about it to be spent five hours hours a day on your phone. You're picking up that phone a lot of different times and the average session six minutes. It's a little bit longer in China. So he said six minutes. So you know maybe our goodies. Abe's we call our content. Qubit should be between five and a maximum of ten. Can I watch on TV. You at launch. He will be able to chrome cast like you'll built casts is to your TV but we at launch will not have a unique apple TV or chrome. Google TV APP PER SE. Because really we think this is mobile. Only and when you think back to this portrait to landscape seamless full screen video. Think about it part of the joy of this. Is You get on the bus holding your phone portrait. Then you watch you know On the bus and horizontal then get off and you go back to portrait most people's. TV's are not going to go back and forth and So we think this is sort of an interesting thing new way to view and is uniquely suited to the mobile phone and then what about the content race. I mean that can be you know. I've been in content longtime. Yes it can be a little bit of money pit. Yes and you know and there's no built in library necessarily archive that you're working from. How do you win that battle? Yeah well you're right. There is no we will be the first streaming services that launches without a library. Because think about it. You can't take sixty minute television show and just chop it up into You know six ten minutes segments is all has to be shot for turnstile which is new and has to be written if it's a movie and chapters that has to be written in a chapter optimized version so it's all new which we think is actually exciting and fun but we have to make a lot of content. Because you can't come to see two or three things you have to field there's a world of richness and a lot of genres and you know we have quite a unique content strategy and so we have Maybe invested did significantly in content. And this is all about finding the great stories Attaching the great actors and actresses to it and getting them excited sighted about doing something entirely new so we will launch with In the first year. One hundred and seventy-five original shows every day we will will produce commission from our partners Three hours of new fresh content every single day which is thirty five five percent more than a network does in prime time so there's a lot of fresh daily new content on the on the APP which I think will keep people. We'll keep coming back for that. At least that's what we hope I mean I am listening to this as a person who does the daily show. And I'm thinking either your geniuses or you're crazy well here's the thing remember. We don't make any content ourselves. You make your own content for that I do. We have to pay for it. But we are leveraging leveraging the expertise of our craters studios were leveraging for our daily essentials where we curate news and sports and weather and lifestyle. We're we're leveraging the infrastructure of our excellent partners right and And so that makes a bit easier but but we have a budget. And we've we've planned for that and and you know we think that will Be The budget for the first year. Talk to me a little bit about the content. So do you anticipate that people will make short versions of things that they may be. Five years later turned into. Oh a longer project longer project. Let me give you an analogy in another medium that you will totally get Do you remember the Davinci Code. Yep The DAVINCI code is four hundred sixty four pages just one hundred and five chapters. Every chapter in the Davinci code is five pages because eighteen years ago. Dan Brown said people are not reading for forty five minutes now. They're probably not even reading for thirty and he said if you've got five minutes I want you to read one chapter got ten minutes. I want you to read two chapters but the thing I do not want you to do is stop in the middle of a chapter but nothing was lesser about the Davinci code other the length of its chapter so we like to say our movies. Nothing's lesser about the movies other than the chapter is the way we deliver them and then we have You know as I described our daily the essentials which we hope will create the daily consumption habit. We're going to curate. You know. Twenty five daily shows every single day From talk shows to horoscope go to news to whether to sports excetera and then The other kind of content we have is this unscripted episodic and documentary three shows and a perfect example. There is Chrissy. Teigen is doing a show her favourite show as it turns out of judge. Judy so she came to us and said I want to do Christie's Court and the tagline is no claim is too small and dumb and each claim will be ten minutes or eight minutes and And she's super excited about it and you by the way you can. You can't in our movies you've got to watch them. The episodes in particular order. But Christie's court you could watch in any order because they're not related to each other episodic so you really have like snack bowl and binge. Yes kind of covered exactly. Yeah okay why are you here. Yeah I mean considering your background ground what drew you to this. Yeah well I've been friends with Jeffrey. For thirty years. We worked at the Walt Disney Company together back in the day and then When I was at Ebay I sat sat on his DreamWorks Animation Board? So Jeffrey and I've been friends for a long time. And when he heard I was stepping down from HP after six and a half years. I told the board I would say five years. He called me and he said would you ever consider coming down and being the CEO of Qube. I said well I don't know I've gotta you know so. He came up and had dinner and at the end of dinner. Three hour dinner. I said this is a really good idea. It's a really good idea because what I look for in new consumer tech businesses. Is I look for other trends right. Trends are absolutely right is the market large. The market's gigantic back. And is there you know. Are you changing consumer behavior or are you just taking people to a premium level and is there a sustainable ainable what I call a sustainable competitive advantage. Meaning if we're successful and everyone else comes in how. How do we continue to win? And how how is that is that through the intellectual property. Well there's actually Largely through our relationships with our studios It is first mover advantage for sure and we have to learn how to how to create create this platform. And we've had to teach craters how to do it so we think we have A lot of barriers to entry because we will be out first by a pretty wide margin

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"interscope" Discussed on Business Wars

Business Wars

09:17 min | 1 year ago

"interscope" Discussed on Business Wars

"Noel looks no l. e. gets to work on what he thinks is going to be a sonic onic breakthrough for the ipod generation. He works inside the monster headquarters. It's a low wide building generic office slab in brisbane south of san in francisco it would be at home in any spot of american suburban sprawl noel engineers the best sounding headphones he can but but noel smart enough to recognize that the ipod explosion has as much to do with the cool factor as it does with quality and you can't design a sense of cool in a lab before he's even finished designing is product well leap puts a lot of faith in his son kevin execute the next part of the plant noel puts kevin on a plane to los angeles down the coast from the boring old monster headquarters to cruise the music scene in score contacts with the people who pull the strings noel tells his son you gotta go get mary. J. blige you to whoever kevin gets to work schmoozing. He manages to meet interscope chairman. Steve berman berman passes the word jimmy evine the legendary producer who made music legends agents like tom petty and youtube and later brought rap artists like dr dre and eminem to promise. I have in talks about this project today. Well it turns is out that i have been andrey have been trying to come up with a side venture together to help weather the m._p. Three apocalypse and so they agree to meet with noel and kevin lee <music> kevin lee is delirious. Now we're back to two thousand five to that trip. The lease took to the interscope headquarters. Noel and kevin sit down with wien drey the music moguls. No they want to sell hardware but they're not sure what kind noel explains. You know how music music is supposed to sound. I know how sick is supposed to sound and the rest of the world is pretty screwed up. Let's build headphones together. Monster will bring bring the technology. Irene andrey will bring her extensive celebrity rolodex and everyone's gonna make a lotta money no ellen kevin of charmed and seduced to music legends not the other way around or so they think together they'll sell headphones. Famous people wear they'll sell headphones. Non famous people crave. They'll make headphones as lusted after into special as the ipods. They're plugged into the plan such as it. This is pretty simple. The tough stuff is yet to come of course moyer's will handle the mind numbing paperwork to seal the partnership. This is a turning point for both awfully snow. Well built this company up from nothing to a premium brand and a partnership like this is gonna take no well leave from being electronics world-famous to being a power player straight up. This doesn't just mean a ton of money in the future but respect for kevin. This is the chance to prove himself as his father's worthy heir the rightful successor to the monster legacy. This is his chance to shutdown anyone who thinks he's just his dad's dopey son along for the ride. You know the lee who didn't go to engineering school. This is kevin's chance to separate himself from his father's success by closing a huge deal that no one else will be able to take credit for kevin goes to negotiate the terms with dre and i o beans lawyers by himself. The deal goes nowhere at first i they low ball monster with a tiny revenue split. Their lawyers are aggressive given kevin little room to wiggle as much as he wants the deal to happen. Kevin just can't make it work. Dre in iowa wien walk six months pass then a phone call. Noel and kevin didn't expect it's i mean these by dre is tried to make a go of it with a rival manufacturer called s. l. s. audio but the endeavors fallen apart all they have to show for their work. After half a year is the name beats by dre day but no product to put it on noel and kevin find themselves meeting with dray in iowa and again between them on the table is the rough prototype s._o._s. Delivered noel thinks it's garbage acoustically e._s._l. S version sounded poor. Prototype design is terrible and it's never going to become cool either. That's right well. Tells dre in vain. What's cool and what isn't go ahead. Put it on your head. Look in the mirror. You don't look good. Dr dre can't deny it. I've in jumps in so it's been a while and we've learned a lot about the business. Things didn't work out as we planned so is monster still up for collaboration elaborations or not yes. We're still interested in working something out with interscope in for round two kevin russia's back to the bargaining bargaining table with more excitement than ever facing down a team of lawyers by himself again. It's slow going but kevin feels good. The deal work out this time so kevin start spending monsters money without his father's knowledge before a deal it signed on a company that technically doesn't didn't exist yet. Noel lee still has his own reservations about teaming up with dray but his son is busy wagering his whole future on it. Kevin starts burning through money as if the ink is dry beats by dre already monsters brand to use kevin actually begins spending money to manufacture sure and promote headphones stacking up inventory that he can't even sell yet kevin knows he's gone completely. Rogue kevin has gotten so ahead ahead of himself that he's in a bind with the dealmaking monster needs to start earning money with trae instead of blowing through it. Kevin feels like he has no choice but to strike a deal oh and so he signs the contract beats by draze a partnership with monsters shirt but in the final paperwork it's not an equal one in exchange for access to veins publicity juggernaut enraged giant brand recognition monster not only takes on the expensive task of making and distributing beats headphones but also agrees to sign away ownership of literally all the tech they deliver in other words monster designs builds els manufactures and distributes the headphones and they own nothing in return but the temporary right to be associated with dr dre and what due dre and irene contribute draze name and the prominent lower case v to go on the side of the headphones now the question is will consumers consumers be willing to pay three hundred fifty dollars a piece for fancy headphones dray. I have been and the lease are about to find out in business. Wars is brought to you by westin hotels and resorts at weston. 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"interscope" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"interscope" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"West Interscope to sign the band as soon as possible they released their major label debut EP's in two thousand thirteen and two thousand fourteen with their debut album coming in two thousand fifteen the accu weather five day forecast punctured by American whether makers heating and cooling here's our meteorologist Joe Lundberg well we're seeing sunshine now building clouds later today a very warm humid day with a high of eighty nine left the Dodger under cover to the sap that early tonight there can be some gusty winds and flash flooding with those thunderstorms that I suppose seventy three of our own independent state clouds and sun mid to upper eighties map the Dodger shower Linda from each day to be a couple of showers and thunderstorms both Friday and Saturday as well winter west of San humidity seventy eight percent under two nine point nine one inches in setting seventy eight aware to the lakefront seventy nine at midway I'm accu weather's Joe Lundberg on Chicago weather station newsradio seven eighty and one oh five point nine FM news time seven sixteen our new time for sports in time for new Mercedes Benz from lower motors in Lincoln what here's Josh Lewis it's Berg melts the cubs into a bottle of red white and blue eighteen the five eighteen five it's five losses in seven games for the cubs you drop a game behind the brewers they were down seven nothing after two innings Rikki Abbott house lie hammered for seven runs Josh bell goes deep three times with seven RBIs Adam Frazier a record tying four doubles even second baseman Daniel disk also in closer Craig Kimbrel gave up home runs that comes back to Pittsburgh tonight game back those brewers beat Cincinnati eight six with Christian theologies league leading thirty eighth long ball Kyle Hendricks off the injured list arts for the cubs in Pittsburgh tonight the brewers are back in Cincinnati the white Sox take on the Tigers in town new Blackhawks goalie robin later may end up sharing time between.

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"interscope" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"interscope" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Moore is the CEO of Interscope hearing technologies. You've had him hurt him on the air several times they're their public trait of the stock symbol I in the employer. They make headway with respect to, to not only just the products that they sell. But if you want it, when we talked him, originally, here's a guy that's where to go the beat ac- model, but we're going to sell hearing aids to the fifty million people that are dying that are undiagnosed and then we're gonna start opening up hearing centers. Now I need that since we started talking to him, I'm gonna I'm just guessing. I think he's opened up eight already or is going to have eight open. Matt, great to have you met how many, how many have you opened in the last few months, currently we actually have seven locations and we're looking to open up four more by the end of this month. So, so the okay, so we're talking about seven located at eight locations. What you're gonna tear, man. Talk about talking about that side of it because you've got a couple of different size of your business. That's obviously you're trying to company. You guys you guys basically manufacture distribute and patented hearing aid technologies. So that's one side of it. You got the beat the seaside to consumers, then you also got your partnerships to places like WalMart. And, and let's name the rest of them. And then, of course, you've got these hearings centers talk about kind of three separate sort of tentacles, you have your business. Yeah, absolutely. Basically, we have our own retail hearing aid centers and audiology centers were right now in the San Francisco Bay area in northern California or goal is to have a hundred locations by twenty twenty two from Seattle all the way down to San Diego, actually mom, and then with that's what they're brick and mortar stores. We currently have distribution ships and partnerships with WalMart, KMart Sears. We're looking. At other big box, retailers and national pharmacies to also be carrying are devices on their websites in their stores. Meaning we're arming our goal is to offer four born accessible hearing devices to fifty million people right now, this fifty million people are not gonna hear devices because of the high cost and low accessibility each hearing. Currently is over around two thousand dollars for one Interscope is able to offer premium hearing aids at affordable prices as low as four ninety nine most popular models. Four ninety nine at WalMart dot com right now, and we have huge successes with it. I mean, in fact, the hearing loss, globally costs the each year over two hundred and forty billion dollars a year. That's the economic output, is that because a lost productivity? Matthew exactly loss of productivity people on a per it's been by researchers is actually said, is that a person with a hearing loss will actually earning about twenty to twenty five? Thousand dollars less per year versus if they had if they had a hearing device. Okay. So here's this is so last week, you went to the autonomous, yes, the optometrist. And so, so, and you thought yourself. Found just forever. I better go four years. Right. For years now wants to an audiologist never sixth grade. So Matthew, this is here. Because we go get our physical, once you turn fifty years old, you'll get physical once a year in the mail. And then, of course you go to the dentist, every three to six months at case. So there's, you know so you got the dentist, you got the ethical. We're missing four holes here, yet, your eyes, your ears, nobody's paying attention to why do you think that it falls to the wayside much like optometry? In fact, I would argue people optometrist more, they go the why, why is it that the people are going to the dermatologist where they're going to the audio just because listen, if you lose your hearing. That's a big deal. There's only seven cents, and that's one of them what it's all about awareness. That's what Interscope is trying to do as a public traded company is trying to bring awareness to this global cum, untreated up a democ- of hearing loss, you know, because hearing loss has actually been proven to be connected to. Mention Alzheimer's wearing a hearing aid. If you have hearing loss wearing hearing aid can decrease their chances of getting Alzheimer's, and dementia by up to seventy five percents. So I mean, if you if you have hearing loss, he don't get hearing, you could lose your memory. Okay. So there's a memory. So there's a cognitive decline with memory. Yes. And that's what and that's what we're trying to do is bringing awareness to the forefront, you know, like breast cancer. There's colonoscopy, th there is the Alzheimer's walks dementia. While I mean, there's all of these these associations trying to bring awareness to their causes and no one's, really bringing awareness to hearing loss, which is the most untreated, untreated disability in America and globally as well. Matthew real quickly talking about your recent press release that was a pretty good one. And if you want to look at their press releases go to I n d dot com, by the way, that's their stock symbol. They're publicly traded under I n n d now, of course, the CEO Interscope hearing technologies talk about you last press release she'll cook. Yeah. Basically we're doing great stuff around here. We actually our first quarter were up over seven hundred and fifty percents while in revenue, and from, from the first quarter because of us Russ, I think so because of us. That's why would just like a couple of samples put them in the mail. We'll get him. We don't need go to WalMart. In town next, and he may be until later this week when Matthews in the studio next. What I would like to do is maybe to a hearing sort of test with Matthew thank you so much. You haven't you haven't come in just I'll do it because not only can you turn it up. I would imagine to hear some people you could turn it down. So you don't have that. That's, that's the mother-in-laws. Matthew Moore's CEO.

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Maroon 5 cancels Super Bowl halftime news conference

The Movement with Dr. F Keith Slaughter

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Maroon 5 cancels Super Bowl halftime news conference

"Scenes action of the performers getting ready for Sundays show. Maroon five and the NFL and Interscope records also announced they were donating five hundred thousand dollars to big brothers. Big sisters of America. More sports NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell asleep at to give his state of the league address today here in Atlanta, the Commissioner is sure to be asked about the non pass interference call that helped the Rams beat the saints in the NFC champ. Championship game to advance. Goodell will also address topics such as instant replay safety roles and international games. Expect sunny skies today with a high near forty three right now. Twenty two degrees in Norcross for news talk thirteen eighty W A. Okay. I'm libra Harris. Now, here's a look at traffic. Hey, Stephanie,

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"interscope" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"interscope" Discussed on No Jumper

"I can't you know, you as an artist you can't really get too much in love with pantheon back are listening to what people say are trying to you know, say what you do. You know what I'm saying? But it's like, I think the experiment, positively actually broke me to allow further especially at that time. Even till today. A lot of people did, you know for sure because my show was different is different. You know me on purpose because that's how come in real life. And I feel like my spirit is, but and I said to me like sometimes I'll know like this is not like what everybody listening to. But this would I like, you know, what I'm saying? So I'll introduce you know, what I'm saying some people I understand it might be too scared at that. How you said a lot of people that'd be like rather? Do something say for, you know, go it, whatever. But I don't know just since I was little always just believed in myself. I guessing like my ideas, you know, how truly felt about something, you know, whether it be from close to songs, I like or whatever you know, what I mean. And it's like so as artists that kinda shy still. But I think that was the main thing honestly, no because other than that nothing was different. Really? Yes, we're to think of that era in terms of west coast rap too. Because like people forget, but there was kind of like a drought, but it was like a time period around man like you remember the game burst out and it was game five. Yeah. You're probably light close the door on that. And of course, he had the whole ties to Dr dre and everybody like that. So that kind of like, okay, he's in on that level. I wasn't really rapping here. But it was people that was out doing a thing. But they couldn't really be attached to that. Because for one I didn't have the Majer cosign of like a Interscope in Dr dry in for two. He was kind of tied in with the last like the snoop Dogg's, and you know, the gangsta rap air. So immediately became like what's going to be next was going to happen. Next was going to be next. You know, whereas the artists that I was gonna come next. And so I'm seeing that in two thousand eight that's when I make my contribution. You know, definitely. Yeah. It's crazy. 'cause you think about it. Somebody like game came out super labeled up like the guy with the label already doing this thing..

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"interscope" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"interscope" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Mostly thirty five's are as ours nine thirty thirty four thirty four and a half, blah blah, blah bagel fan, fire. Portions and there's some like nine, fourteen sixes and stuff, stuff like that. So you're thinking the tires are cold, then I don't know, and you go dot com and watch. Thing, but there's a. Pasa guy here, but so. Some point all these Interscope cars relook to the right. That's another Interscope car. So few watch record label. Yeah, there were about four, five Interscope cars in my in my race. All nine thirty nine thirty five Interscope. The guy started Interscope label this big, big time portion guide, big time, racer. And when you watch the to be the define ones, he didn't start Interscope. Lucid guys started inner SCO max battle. I'll tell us anyway, there were literally punches of Interscope cars in this. In this race. I, that's thank you. Gotta find the guy's name. I don't know. He's still alive. I know we've looked at up before there were at least five full Interscope livery Porsches at this event. They're all all in my race. Ted field see alive. Sixty five. Wow, I got start early. Yep, sorry. So stupid question going to get out in front of this, but just watching what we just watched. There was a yellow car in front of you and did a lot of kind of sliding from the inside of the track to the outside. Is that always ofensive? I'm looking ahead trying to get get around or is that a defensive mood to keep you from getting in front of them, they won't block or they may block you a little bit. But what they'll try to do is stay on the racing line which is going out coming in and going out. It's basically you're trying to take a corner and you're trying to straighten it out. If you think about it, going round is a slow way to get around. If you can kinda straighten it out as much as you can. Then then you can do that by going out hitting what's called apex on the inside and then tracking out is far as you can track out specifically to block do behind you. He's looking all forward and saying, this is the line I'm trying to follow. He's he is doing that and he's not trying to block you. Now the way you'll know he's trying to block you is if he gets off the racing line, then he is trying to block you because there's no excuse for getting off the racing line. Everyone knows that track. These guys are driving multi-million dollar crazy nine, thirty five cars from all over the world. They, they know this track. They know how to race, they're fast. They're not squarely, they know the racing line. If you see someone move off the racing line, then that's how you know they're, they're blocking that guy was on the racing line in a wittington brothers. Those are the crazy daredevil coke smugglers who won LeMond guys who show. Showed up at Loma and wanted to drive and then just bought a car outright for two hundred fifty thousand dollars cash in nineteen seventy. Nine hundred pulled it out of their backpack cave it to these guys bought. It won the race. I mean crazy cheater stories carbon a movie on these guys. Well, all right. So these guys guys, the Whittington brothers have been in and out of prison and. Nate. This part, the coathanger part. I don't like about Nate the part where he's run around that track and he's telling me Don Whittington is here somewhere. I heard Don Winnington this here because he has multiple of his cars that say, Winnington brothers on the back and driven everywhere the real of cash and and ran into a guy who was a mechanic for them, and they all sorts of crazy ways to cheat their would try to figure out crazy ways to cheat and they're crazy brothers who bought road Atlanta and flew planes in filled with cocaine when like Lanham on the strip it the straightaway, and then use all the money to buy racing airplanes and race cars and travel around the world race. They sound like, oh, Nate Dina get everyone's life story. And so it was running around trying to run down leads on where 'cause they run a keep Winnington Whittington brothers, they keep a pretty low profile. There's always some issue with them in the government, the IRS and in everything else. But I had a Bill and done. I had a crazy story. So I ran into the guy..

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"interscope" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"interscope" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"All over the place. That's I suppose you're right battle, by the way. Yeah. That is like going at it. Oh, my God that he knew everything about all the bad things. Come Eminem heard it in has responded. It's bad for him. Yes. Some good lines in it. Did y'all really call Interscope the try to shelve his no I never made a made a call to duty. Really? Did. He's number is hit him up. Joe? Did he what up never happened? It didn't feel like a distant. You just felt like pitiful. I'm feeling bad for so mining to have to do with that. How do you say? That's how you do. You're like this is just that AC says pedophile at first, and then you got angry is pitiful. So I think it'd be more of this. Is like it's so serious. It's like really bothering him. If I had Eminem's money care. You could say whatever you want Jap for a living. And I get it. I think. Form of right. Yes. By form of talent. And you can be. It's a platform. He has a platform and he can spread a message whether it's positive or negative, but it's just like come on your Eminem. You have lots of money. You people respect you people know that you're good at what you do chill out and machine gun Kelly's probably smart doing this because he's getting more. Yeah. Absolutely. You kind of tea, and that's what kind of 'em did at the beginning. He would take on the kind of people who wouldn't take him on back, but he will take on Christina Aguilera. Like when he was newer Britney Spears when she was big real big big again new kids on the block or backstreet, boys. Somebody you wonder boy bands. Well, Jason you at a theory not too long ago that you thought maybe Eminem and machine gun Kelly were doing it for publicity. I do think that happens in the entertainment industry, especially with music. I think you create these beef because this is again, this is probably the second time. We we've talked about this and that and then Eminem respond, so every time one response we start talking about has more attention to it. And then after we're playing the rap so we're getting a sample of the rap I'm gonna I'm like that sounds pretty good I want and all of a sudden now have. Huge interest and machine gun Kelly. Right. You didn't before it may remind you Eminem. I oh. His new stuff check it out. You know, so, but I know actors actresses apparent have done that for decades where they're in a movie together. And then they start dating as soon as the movies over they break up now, some people actually due date, right? It used to be fake romantic comedy other actually dating. Oh want to see this? And then they would after it's over onto the night. Do think that it's very possible. Yeah. I think it happened with Jay z when he was getting this. But who was it? I forgot NAS. No P Diddy one point, maybe I don't I think that's all manufactured a little bit a lot of times, and it creates smarter tales. It's smart. I could be wrong on this one. If they shoot each other or something like that. And they really get shot then from a to pocket biggie that was like real. Not. So whatever there's a smoking gun dot com, or whatever they have pictures of his autopsy on their of somebody will say that those are fake. People that don't believe it. I mean, we see right. Yes. So we'll keep up with machine gun Kelly Eminem. See if it goes any further. There's more rap dishes or distracts because Eminem didn't do like a total distract machine gun Kelly until then they're selling records. So good for them. Yeah. Well, the intern rap battle by the way does continue this week as intern tie will take on intern. Intern hugs the whole hand he's ultimate rap champion takeout kisser. Matt later this week in they'll have the ultimate rap battle championship as intern hugs waits in the wings as the ultimate rap battle champion for the first time in five years. I don't think that the interns really have any idea. How nasty it's about to get their way too nice to each other and hugs and Matt are not going to be nice as not how a rap battle works. So look forward to that a little bit later in the week. Well, you know, I'm very much against hiking. Yeah. For a lot of reasons. I know mostly the bears, right? Not the sweating the exercise that not. Mostly that I guess, but there's a man he's actually on his mountain bike and it gets a flat tire. And so he's trying to get through the woods. And when he looks down he's stopped in his tracks. Because he can't move any further because there's a rattlesnake under his bike peddle in this guy. A lot cooler calmer customer that I'd be he got his phone out and recorded his interaction with this rattlesnakes. The way these days, of course, there endanger pull out that fine. I gotta get on video. We have the video. You don't wanna miss it? That's next. Seven five cheesy L traffic alert. All right. Well, so far so good across the triad any updates. Give us a call at eight hundred six eight to one zero seven five seven five keys y'all forecast. Cloudy skies video a shower chances afternoon with a high of seventy five tonight. Few clouds, humid, dropping down to sixty seven tomorrow, mostly cloudy with a high of eighty two cloudy little bit of light rain. Sixty three degrees now outside of the planet fitness studios. I want to seven five ks and.

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"interscope" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

Don't Keep Your Day Job

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"interscope" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

"And at the same time you were working on some photography project and a few weeks later you decided to take John, you know, on a day trip and you did some writing about it when you start to get your hands dirty and you start experiencing things, you're actually going to learn a lot. You're gonna learn a lot about what you don't like. You're gonna learn a lot about what you do and you're also gonna figure out that there are things that you think are your zone of genius, but the world doesn't necessarily agree, and that's really helpful because ultimately, I think that there's a kindness to the way our destiny shaped and we wind up being led to the places where we can serve the most because people are going to be receptive when you're showing up and doing things that FILA neat that they liked that they want that resonate. Right? So I found for myself, I came out here and I was. Like, oh, I wanna be musician, and I wanna have a record deal and when actually got a record deal now I was actually dropped from two labels. So how many people can say they were dropped from two different record deals. In any case, when I was actually in both of those scenarios, I wasn't as happy there as I thought I was going to be. And part of me realize like I was a little out of my league like I was listening to sort of other people who were recording records, and I was like God, their voices like they just sleigh like I, I just didn't feel like I had the stamina and they kept talking to me about, you know what I would have to do to really hold my own. And I was like, like I was always the best singer, you know, in my second grade class, but now that I'm at Interscope, I felt like I was having to work really, really hard just to sort of, you know, match like the lowest rung of some of the other people that were there. And that was actually, it was humbling, but it was important. It was important to get that. And the fact that I got. Dropped from chew labels. Let me know that while there was something there was something there that made people want to take some notice. Ultimately, there were a lot of people on both of those teams who came back and gave me the information that they just didn't know how they were going to sell that record. They weren't sure it was like a slam dunk hit. So that's that's good to know. And then I thought, oh, I think I'm not gonna be able to music. So what the heck am I gonna do? Because I thought my only calling was music and then I thought, well, there's all these other things that are like sort of like a distant second, but there's a row of things that I think I like. And so I made a list of like, I'd love to do floral design. I love to do interior design. Maybe I'll do some mindfulness stuff and I was where you are. I was like, well, which one of these things is going to be it? And guess what? There was no way I was gonna know. It's sort of like dating. You can make a list and say, this is the guy that I wanna be with. He's going to be this tall, he's gonna like these kinds of books. He's going to have this kind of accent, you know. And then you sit there with your list and you're like, okay, so I think this is what it is. And the only way that you're actually gonna find that person is by dating a person and then another person, and then another person and usually have to kiss a few frogs before you find your prince and what happens is by dating all these different people. Sometimes you realize that what you actually thought you wanted or needed. It really wasn't even a fit..

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Eminem Takes Aim at Machine Gun Kelly Calling His Track 'Pitiful'

Morning Show with Sean and Frank

02:45 min | 2 years ago

Eminem Takes Aim at Machine Gun Kelly Calling His Track 'Pitiful'

"Well, Eminem has spoken out after machine gun. Kelly's rap disc back Adam. Apparently, they've been beefing for quite some time new Idaho. Machine gun. Kelly has been a fan of Eminem for awhile. Here's machine gun Kelly's disc to Eminem called rap. Devil says all about Eminem. Six years. Giddy. We know the greatest rapper from. Read the dictionary. Somebody needs. We all the real slim. Shady can't stand Sikkim sweatsuits. Let's talk about it. Still mad. They west talks about it. Sean marshall. You should go back to recovery. Japan's a stubborn. Luckily, you always making fun of me to stop. Luxury. Here's a good mix of self deprecating gives them some property slams. It's hard to keep up with who he's dissing. But it does also kind of sound like he's out of breath. Why is that? Right across the street. Somebody said he did it live like, oh, maybe that's why. Then he went on a show and did that. But I don't know if this is. Yeah. Oh, jeez. Personal. Nursery on this goes to the future. Get it. I know. Sweater rubbish. On the record that you made a decade ago. Four. From all over the place. That's how supposed to be rap battle, by the way. Yeah. That is like going at it leave and you're just like, oh my God. He knew everything about all the bad things. Eminem heard it in has responded. It's bad for him. Some good lines in it. It did y'all really call Interscope try to shelve his no, I never made a made a call the Diddy really ditties number hit him up. Joe? Did he went up never happened? It didn't feel like a distant. You just felt like pitiful. Now, I'm feeling bad for so mining even have to do with that you do. That's how you do. Your like. That's just pathetic

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"interscope" Discussed on She Didn't Text Back Podcast

She Didn't Text Back Podcast

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"interscope" Discussed on She Didn't Text Back Podcast

"If they were like oh what's your channel in that you told them the channel would you recommend them your best video we'd be like watch this because you're proud of it and like would you be afraid that they would watch one year old ones okay so you would you would send the best okay yeah they call it a real okay because i met an an are for interscope at the at the basketball court the other day and he was i oh what's what's your what's your artist's name and i told him and he was like listen to it right now and i was like oh and i was like trying to like figure out okay he works interscope like what would be the best song for him to here and i was like afraid for him to hear not that i'm ashamed of it but just like if he's working to interscope he's an an are yeah so i don't know i don't think drake feels that way or someone leonardo tapioca what do you mean did you why lies most on what do you mean that means something new to be proud of that one so yes the most pop but that's also the one that you're most proud of clearly in the moment yeah about music is that it's like whatever you like the most like that's what it's driven by your own tastes so whatever has the most feelings to you or the yeah i guess you have to find what what is right for who we've talked about that like you know we were talking about some people who don't listen to rap music talking crap about rap music like i honestly hate it and i do the same thing for other john rose so i can't really talk i do send me about country.

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"interscope" Discussed on Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"interscope" Discussed on Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

"Right so let's all just decide you know let's make a decision that enough is enough and we need to be uncomfortable and a mess and the world i think more than perfection i think with the world deeply craves is authenticity so if you're humble and you don't have shame around the fact that you don't have it together i think the world actually goes cool i got you like i'm the same way so come right over it i'll give you sort of give you the respective telling you what's working and what's not and you'll you'll be okay this being bus episode is brought to you by twenty twenty where creative minds get authentic real world stock photos if you're looking to positively inspired your audience on social media or on your blog you'll want to use engaging fresh photos that are unique twenty twenty has crowdsource millions of exclusive photos from community of over three hundred and fifty thousand photographers all available under a simple royalty free license today they're offering listeners of being boss of five photo free trial to start yours right now go to twenty twenty dot com slash being boss that's the word twenty then two zero dot com slash being bossed to get five free photos if you had a narrow it down to like the thing that really contributed to your success and maybe the spark of that twenty six songs for example or maybe even going back to getting signed with interscope even though that ultimately didn't work out but you probably actually be on that because here's what i'm going to ask you like if you think about the thing that really contributes to you being as successful as you are.

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"interscope" Discussed on Turned Up

Turned Up

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"interscope" Discussed on Turned Up

"Thinking of banks and stock markets and trading number stuff we don't typically think of those things when it comes to music and art which will talk about that later but but then come to find out that you know these major record labels are really just owned by the same people that that are running wall street but that's also one of those big things a lot of people think then we can talk about that maybe a little bit where are these record labels basically just suits are they just after money and not after music and we'll we'll cover that in a little bit so i want to talk about these sub label so yeah so you know we don't look at atlantic records and think of them as a sub label we think of them as a major record label but as we just said there are only three major record labels and that's it so what are some examples of a sub like okay so under like well under universal you mg universal music group everything from interscope records to govern records to an but like capital all the stuff is under him but under interscope is aftermath and shady was his under after it's like this huge like pyramid of labels all under just universal for instance so it goes universal and under that's interscope geffen am in him under neath that is just interscope underneath that is aftermath underneath that is shady is eminem's sub little so what what what what exactly is an imprint well an imprint is really it's just a label an imprint label that calls themself a label solely for the purpose of marketing and branding they have no business structure they're not so it's just money right but all operating under the same label or sub label.

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"interscope" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"interscope" Discussed on CarCast

"I think it was probably because they were vic stream lee reliable the i'm there well sorted as far as the you know for our fill hill won three times with an open car the car the cars used to all be open so i don't think that was so much of a factor may be again the may be if it's raining the whole time though i'm guessing that the car with the extra horsepower just doesn't have the same said it had when it was dry it what we you you're driving a nine 35 but what which nine thirty five was it was a interscope car how with zero the wpro the zero it was it was with milk manner and ted field who own dinner interscope before he got into the record business it's a beautiful car it said that black and sort of like orange or red white livery like the you know the interscope car yeah i think so they are gonna genetic thankless room race in one in mind race is on the pa whole over there and it's actually the only time of at my wife has ever been interested in car racing which is we're watching the documentary the defiant ones which is about the rap scene and dr dre and all that that whole world you and she was in there watching that i was in their watcher my car shows and our worlds crossed for a second because she went interscope the interscope level and they showed a picture of the guy with his 930 vibes like i know that car.

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"interscope" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"interscope" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"And always going be home approved place only got enter online shopping is great it yeah yeah oh yeah and you can stop the clarin thing you coupons unclear anthony really great but henrik park brooks boxes brought you michael all sorts of for a bridge ready yet okay your time starts now according rovercom what's the most popular male dog named for 2017 is the charlie max our buddy max which record label did michael jackson first record on interscope the olympic games began in seventy seventy six b c took a long break than reappeared in eighteen ninety six in what country greece what do you call the veil traditionally worn by muslim women that covers the facing and head a head shot into chinstrap and attlee are all species of what animal path in the movie despicable me named the villain that the minions sir south the senate on over to the scoreboard and see how you guys did with jose holidays always the prince bologna joe modise league view pretty good at 1 correct though oh no now tough game rock didn't feel both brooke a fifty second win in a row and monet keeping up with the now long tradition of our listeners getting 1 correct good work don't get the money every single day i'm going to call again on this time of us the it now showed them keep coming let's go over the innings according to robot com what's the most popular male dog never 2017 its max the record label that michael jackson first recorded on his motown motown records the olympic games again in seventy seven seventy six and then took a break and reappeared in eighteen 96 in greece what are you call the veil traditionally worn by muslim woman that covers the face and they had a burqa a heated of his dip he job is different because it covers the doesn't cover the face denser ten strap and atelier are all species of win in the movie despicable me named the villain that the million serve peru money you didn't win the money and brooke has or 52nd win in a row but just plain today from the creators of almond roca un a brown and.

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"interscope" Discussed on Cracked Movie Club

Cracked Movie Club

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"interscope" Discussed on Cracked Movie Club

"No case a notable crewmembers jackie birch we mentioned her in last episode she's a casting director for breakfast club is also the casting director for this film and book i mentioned last episode also cast die hard and predator nice three amigos vichy casted most of john hughes movies statelinked so at some point and this just like in the game back together over and who area it's here who she's the same actors yeah i renew composer you'll see the music for uncle buck planes trains a model mobiles weird science and he's been jura oh the name that i recognized because i watched as mature as so many times the kid was like oh i retain gabon it eventually i know him and jimmy i veen and what is your votes iovino i of mine yeah jimmy iovan was the music supervisor and bridget recognize that names much to us who he is yet jimmy eivind is add dr draze partner in his head found was the founder of interest and is the founder of interscope yeah he's a big hip hop prettiest air i cannot believe that this movie that's really cool he's the di did all the gathered all the pop music and such 'cause i i watched the documentary about him on hbo and at the time he was like a punk running around like a little kid run ran mixing music for like punk bands some surprise they nabbed him at this time to do music supervising but that's cool it is not too but there's any punk slowing from this mood now there's so they do a lot alike 80s pop staff yeah like when they're at the dance parties but in yeah there's not really like classic needle traps either like there aren't a lot of japanese movies gear there's a as of one without this is so yeah this is like a a weird anomaly in john hughes movies because this one was still similar to team lewis or be made at the time sturlic better off dead where it's like this it's a heightened reality right were lake these cartoonish things happen and there's fourth wall breaking and stuff like that and there's a lot of like music cues from old tv shows and style rate like extended fantasy sequences and things like that which he sort of shed all of that.

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"interscope" Discussed on Drinky Fun Time

Drinky Fun Time

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"interscope" Discussed on Drinky Fun Time

"Thank you so you order getty fired because i wore it as i mean i matthew busy people today this is crazy busy but you could be up that with the busiest guy so you got ta go he arizona immaturity knows who play is before we go there daily wimmer presents is the company that is putting on this entire event here permanent beyond and danny wimmer if i understand correctly clay you are you are the very first employee of danny wimmer presents was i was with us here going on six years now danny had a business that you starting prior to that but it minim kind of a line of the perfect time i was i was in between i was consulting out used to be a record label interscope records for a long time to to use consulting side a lotta brands like the belu family and the palms hotel hard rock cafe were clients dealing with e guy little is a little bit but i wanted to sign a ban 'cause i had a i had a ego myself i was a young lauren hewitt interscope housing how he had also marking manager for the rock department okay gotcha allied marilyn manson rob zombie nice yazaki alliance but when interscope change these by dre was a big deal for jimmy at that time rock music on a bond lawn side two years consulting met danny within that time and it turned into a job and in maimi an offer i couldn't refuse and that's when i started dating represents that was going on six years now congratulations thank you achieved a lot in that time although you've lost a fait i bet its get great a fadime and here we are sweating there's no air conditioning out here all i know a lot of people interscope still that rather be here yeah i won't call the mile by name but were you know you know what the song was this have a quick diversion note the song was the actually really if you watch that documentary jimmy ivy credited for making interscope blow up the order was reco.

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"interscope" Discussed on Pop Shop

Pop Shop

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"interscope" Discussed on Pop Shop

"To work with interscope as more of a partnership than them like designing things for me and them being a major label and just like air where that yeah here like just treat me like it also i think it's it's just like it's been a huge improvement in that area and you went from you went from a little league indeed like small operation on heartbe two interscope yet and it was like a really sort of small selfcontained operation yeah like you and your mom and light a few other people yeah bisley just like working the indy promo sure yeah which is super goods are super heartened super unusual for anyone to have that kind of success yes from like just a handful of people which i think speaks to the quality and the success of the actual music itself because it's hard for anyone to break through and he broke through the noise yeah with highway obviously yeah a it's it's just incredible what's happened and and also that interscope believes in yeah i know i think that this is a really cool thing because you know i would never take those two years back of being independent and going to shows every day than just wearing the same clothes for every so that we are whatever like i think that economic it's it was it's very good you know i was saving saving money saving but i i think it was it was it was hard it was getting to be the point where it's just like i needed to to do something positive to grow a little bit as an artists and i think that by music was there and all the fans were there and in everyone as you know everyone is excited about everything but it just kind of like taking that to the next level and so in that area i feel like it was necessary for mita good interscope will be in the new era.

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"interscope" Discussed on Weird Work

Weird Work

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"interscope" Discussed on Weird Work

"Why would anyone do this i don't like i would think that you listen to seventy sizes blows your mind who would write a song on every contributor to this american life that's insane anna you i would so what do like where do you see this going like productions digger you asked a hit a million songs yeah i i mean i want all those things but i mean ultimately if i can live a middle class life making making music in afford to lose a few thousand dollars every couple of years making a movie that success to me don't get me wrong of course i'll try out a million dollars but um but here's to you know let's have lower expectations should a song make enough money that you can live multiple houses across the country i don't know it's just a song in ah i'm super happy if i'd get no better than this this is so good if like hypothetically let's say like interscope records rolls up audio knocks out the door is that contract you are were for us or do you would you be interested of that or you try to keep indicated that i i mean i don't even know what are they going to do i dunno where they're gonna do for me like what what you wanna release the this american life elbow i don't think that's going to work so i don't know i don't i wouldn't close the door interscope my numbers 603 six four four zero zero four eight but um.

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