Kid Ink finally releaes the official video for his single called Main Chick featuring Chris Brown and Tyga produced by Dj Mustard and directed by Alex Moors. Kid Ink album My Own Lane, is in stores now.
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Lil Wayne is back with this the release of his new track called D’USSE produced by Lee Majors. Lil Wayne upcoming album titled Tha Carter V, is coming soon.
David Hyman, the founder of streaming music service MOG, has sued Beats Electronics for more than $20 million, claiming that Beats fired him to avoid giving him an equity payout, according to a report from Courthouse News Service.
News of the suit arrives as Apple is reportedly closing in on a deal to acquire Beats for $3.2 billion. Best known for its headphone and portable speaker business, Beats also operates streaming music service Beats Music, which stems from its acquisition of MOG in 2012.
MOG creator David Hyman, a serial entrepreneur who was also once CEO of Gracenote, claims in the suit that Beats dismissed him in bad faith, knowing that he would receive 2.5% of the company under an incentive plan based on the duration of his employment, according to the report. The suit names Daisy LLC as a co-defendant, the report said; Beats Music was code-named Project Daisy before its launch in January.
The first 1% was to arrive on his first anniversary as CEO, according to the report. Hyman’s LinkedIn profile says he was employed by Beats for seven months, from May to November 2012. He has since revealed that he was interim CEO of Pono, the high-quality audio project of Neil Young, for four months before becoming chief executive at stealth start-upChosen.fm last September.
Instead of retaining him until he received his equity stake, Beats reportedly fired Hyman for attempting to terminate a problematic employee. But Hyman claims Beats was intentionally depriving him of his fair equity compensation in the process, according to the report.
It’s not yet clear how Hyman arrived at the $20 million-plus figure he’s reportedly seeking as compensatory damages. The suit says he would be due 25% of the company’s shares if it reached a fair market value of $500 million, the report said.
The Oklahoma City Thunder defeated the Los Angeles Clippers 104-98 on Thursday night to win their second round series and advance to the Western Conference Finals.
After a slow start, Kevin Durant went off for 39 points, 16 rebounds, five assists and two blocks while Russell Westbrook scored 19 points and dished out 12 assists. They also got big contributions off of the bench from Reggie Jackson (14 points, three assists) and rookie Steven Adams (10 points, 11 rebounds).
With the game tied at 80 and 7:41 to play, the Thunder staged a 10-0 run to take a commanding lead. The Clippers cut the lead back to four, but never got any closer.
The Clippers were led by Chris Paul, who had 25 points, 11 assists and seven rebounds. Blake Griffin added 22 points, eight rebounds and eight assists, J.J. Redick scored 16 and DeAndre Jordan scored nine points and grabbed 15 rebounds.
The Clippers got off to a fantastic start and had a 14-point lead at the end of the first quarter. They pushed the lead to 39-23, but the Thunder used a 13-2 run to get back in the game. The Thunder continued to battle back in the third quarter. They ended the quarter on a 7-0 run that tied the game at 72 entering the fourth quarter. Westbrook scored the first two points of the quarter to give the Thunder their first lead since it was 1-0.
The Thunder will now take on the San Antonio Spurs in the Western Conference Finals, a team they defeated in the same position in 2012. Game 1 is Monday night at 9:00 pm EST.