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Trent Reznor and Jimmy Iovine Discuss the New Beats Music Service - Speakeasy - WSJ

Trent Reznor and Jimmy Iovine Discuss the New Beats Music Service - Speakeasy - WSJ | Industry News | Scoop.it
Nine Inch Nails front man Trent Reznor has rejoined forces with the head of his old label, Interscope Chairman Jimmy Iovine, to launch Beats Music, an on-demand music streaming service.
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Trent Reznor and Jimmy Iovine discuss  the new beats music service - Speakeasy.

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50 Cent Takes On Interscope, Yet Again - The Juice | Billboard.com

50 Cent Takes On Interscope, Yet Again - The Juice | Billboard.com | Industry News | Scoop.it
50 Cent took to Twitter yesterday (Dec. 12) to express his on-going dissatisfaction with label Interscope.

Via WCN Transmedia Brandcasting Report
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"50 outgrew Interscope"

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Jimmy Iovine Takes Credit For Bringing J.Cole's Dreamville To Interscope - XXL

Jimmy Iovine Takes Credit For Bringing J.Cole's Dreamville To Interscope - XXL | Industry News | Scoop.it
J. Cole capped off the last stop of his What Dreams May Come Tour with a major announcement. He made public for the first time that his Dreamville label would be partnering with Interscope Records, which was made final when co-founder Jimmy Iovine convinced the North Carolina rapper that Interscope was the right machine for his vision. “They had a monster two years. I’m coming in at the right time.... Read more »

Via Reginald Shipman
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Jimmy Iovine believes he is the reason J.Cole's Dreamville to Interscope.

 

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Feliciano Hernandez's curator insight, November 9, 2014 10:41 PM

XXL is a very well-known hip-hop magazine. Jimmy Iovine was the CEO of Interscope Records when this happened. J. Cole is a well-known hip-hop artist who owns Dreamville. This would be a very credible source.