Jay-Z And Beyoncé Joint Album Is Done And Will Be Tidal Exclusive

DJ Skee broke the news on his Skee TV show.  DJ Skee also spoke on the internal war within the music industry.

NFL suspends Greg Hardy for 10 games

Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy has been suspended 10 games without pay for “conduct detrimental to the league,” the NFL said in a statement.

Hardy’s suspension is the result of a two-month NFL investigation following the dismissal of his domestic violence case.

The case ended with all charges being dropped after the victim, Hardy’s former girlfriend, chose not to cooperate with North Carolina authorities.

Joe Budden (@JoeBudden) I’ll Name This Podcast Later Episode 10

Audio: Joe Budden - I’ll Name This Podcast Later (Episode 10)

Joe, Marisa, and Rory discuss run flat tires, or lack there of, J. Cole’s video choice, the “Pump It Up” treatment, a possible R&B album bracket in the works, and Rory is taken to homie court for his patterns with women.

Marvel’s Daredevil Renewed for Season 2

Marvel have announced that Daredevil has been renewed for another season, less than two weeks after the 13-episode first season came out. The Netflix series, starring the likes of Charlie Cox, Deborah Ann Woll and Elden Henson and will be making a return to the platform in 2016.

Tyler, the Creator Interview With Big Boy

yler, the Creator talks with Big Boy about why Coachella sucks, the problem with social media, taking risks to become successful, his new album, and more.

Oklahoma City Thunder fire coach Scott Brooks

The Oklahoma City Thunder have fired head coach Scott Brooks, the team announced Wednesday.

“This is an extremely difficult decision on many levels,” general manager Sam Presti said in a statement. “This decision is not a reflection of this past season, but rather an assessment of what we feel is necessary at this point in time in order to continually evolve, progress and sustain. We determined that, in order to stimulate progress and put ourselves in the best position next season and as we looked to the future, a transition of this kind was necessary for the program.”

The Thunder missed the playoffs on the final day of the regular season this year, the first time they failed to make the postseason since 2008-09. The team was plagued with injuries, with reigning MVP Kevin Durant playing in only 27 games. Russell Westbrook also missed 15 games, and Serge Ibaka didn’t play in the final 18.

“He led us, man,” Durant said of Brooks. “He made sure everybody was emotionally stable because we had a lot of guys in and out of the lineup and he kept everybody together. That’s what your head coach is supposed to do. I can’t really say nothing about it because he did his job. He kept us together.”

Brooks told reporters last week that he expected to return as coach.

Brooks had a .620 winning percentage with the team and guided the Thunder to five playoff appearances in seven seasons — including three of the past four Western Conference finals and the NBA Finals in 2012. He was the NBA’s Coach of the Year in 2009-10.

NBA coaching sources continue to point to Billy Donovan and Kevin Ollie as prime candidates to succeed Brooks, given the close ties both have to Presti and Ollie’s well-documented friendship with Durant.

But ‎Presti is also known as one of the most analytical and methodical team-builders in the league, which is expected to lead him to consider candidates beyond the two big names from the college game. One example of an out-of-the-box candidate is San Antonio Spurs assistant coach Ettore Messina, who ranks as one of the most successful head coaches Europe has ever seen and is well-regarded by Presti dating back to his days in the Spurs’ front office.

Sources told ESPN.com’s Marc Stein that Brooks, meanwhile, will instantly become ‎a candidate in both Denver and Orlando, which are the only two teams besides Oklahoma City to currently have an opening.

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