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The fact that he won it in the hip-hop category -- we already know the flaw in the system with the Grammys, I wrote a well
On Thursday night, the Paley Center in New York City hosted a first look at the upcoming VH1 documentary, The Tanning of America: One Nation Under Hip Hop, that debuts this week.
--Hip hop mogul, 50 Cent opens up on his differences with former music executive-turned-brand-marketer, Steve Stoute. (Hot
That's a nice way of putting the company's relationship with Solange to rest. And Carol's Daughter will no-doubt continue
Anticipation for Jay-Z's two-day "Made in America" festival continues to build. Brian Grazer and Ron Howard will be making
The very meaning of the Grammy, excellence in musical artistry, is a testament to the hard work, sacrifice, and genius that recording artists bring to their craft. While to the viewer it may seem as if it is just a show, to the artists it is significantly more profound.
Stoute's close friend and industry colleague Sean "Diddy" Combs also elaborated on the marketing guru's impact on hip-hop
Legendary music producer and chairman of Interscope Records Jimmy Iovine opens up on breaking down barriers with Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg's classic hit "Nuthin But A 'G' Thang," how the duo reminded him of the Rolling Stones, discovering Eminem, and the creation of Beats by Dr. Dre high-performance headphones.
Also, check out an excerpt from Stoute's book below. "There's no reason in the world why this is not being played everywhere
Last week HuffPost Black Voices premiered the first episode of our ongoing video series, "The Tanning Effect," which featured
For more information on Steve Stoute's "The Tanning Of America" click here. From high fashion labels to everyday language
"I honestly think that he should speak to what he did with capturing Osama Bin Laden. I don't think that ever got as much
When it comes to marketing to the multicultural consumer, Steve Stoute has been instrumental in marrying celebrities with
PHOTOS: For more information on Steve Stoute's 'The Tanning Of America' click here. And below, you can read an excerpt below
For those alienated by the Arcade Fire's win, it strangely feels like last year's public outcry about Obamacare. The whole package was met with a wariness that this was somehow too big and too Canadian.
Over the course of my 20-year history as an executive in the music business, I have come to the conclusion that the Grammy Awards have clearly lost touch with contemporary popular culture.
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