Ja returns to the Breakfast Club to plug his new book Unruly and talk about Curtis, Superhead, Lyor Cohen and much more with Envy, Charlamagne and Ms. Yee. Previously: Ja Rule & Irv Gotti on Juan Epstein
VLADTV: Dame Dash explains why he called music industry exec Lyor Cohen a “culture vulture” on Instagram, telling VladTV that he believes Lyor should move on from Hip-Hop and “stop raping our culture.” He then questions what Lyor an...
For the last week or so, Dame Dash has been letting off shots at Lyor Cohen and Interscope executive Joie “IE” Manda on Instagram, accusing them of being culture vultures and I quote, “getting money off all of us and our authentic experiences”. Flex also caught a couple of strays for stepping up to defend [...]
Besides his conspicous use of the hashtag #rushthethrone, Dame has been using his Instagram to lay into Lyor Cohen and former Def Jam president Joie Manda, calling them culture vultures who profit off rap, and calling out Funkmaster Flex more than once for defending them. Show More Summary
Young Thug – “Stoner” (Evian Christ Remix) If anyone is keeping track of Young Thug’s ever-changing label status, DJ Drama confirmed that Young Thug is signed to Lyor Cohen’s 300 imprint, and that he also has a tape coming out with his...Show More Summary
Here’s the self-produced, feature free debut project from Seattle’s Raz Simone, one of the first artists signed to Lyor Cohen’s 300 venture. Previously: Raz Simone – They’ll Speak | Raz Simone – Still Mobbin’ (Video)
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Lyor Cohen, Kevin Liles and Todd Moscowitz founded 300 with the goal of creating a record label for the 21st Century, a nimble outfit capable of launching self-starting artists to the next level without the burdensome bureaucracy--and cost structure--of a major record company. They've got some company.
BUYER: Lyor CohenSELLER: Steve EllsLOCATION: New York City, NYPRICE: $11,400,000SIZE: 4,440 square feet, 3 full and 2 half bathroomsYOUR MAMAS NOTES: In the fall of 2004 high end New York City developer Adam Gordon paid exactly $3 million for a 19th-century townhouse on a charming cobble stoned street in New York City's far West village. Show More Summary
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Meet Raz Simone, one of the first artists signed to Lyor Cohen’s new 300 Entertainment venture. He’s from Seattle and you can learn more about him here and check out his Solomon Samuel Simone EP here.
The terrain of the game has changed. It’s now a digital world, and it looks like renowned record executive, Lyor Cohen, and business partners Kevin Liles and Todd Moscowitz will lead the frontier on how to find fresh talent via
This weekend Lyor Cohen revealed more about 300 at Midem where he gave a keynote interview with Tom Silverman. The primary new information seemed to be the Twitter deal for 300 that will help Twitter learn how to organize music data and give 300 an opportunity to take a highly granular look at musicians and music fans. Show More Summary
Twitter and 300, a new company started by Lyor Cohen, one of music’s biggest power brokers, announced a partnership that hopes to analyze user’s tweets to identify promising young talent.
Lyor Cohen's latest signee delivers the first video from his upcoming 'Cognitive Dissonance: Part One' project.
By Eliot Van Buskirk of Evolver.fm. Lyor Cohen, the music industry bigwig who began his career as Run DMC’s road manager before founding Def Jam Records and helming Warner Music Group, is launching a record label called 300, with Google as the primary investor. Show More Summary
Hip-hop magnate Lyor Cohen will be starting his own label, the symbolically-titled 300, with Todd Moscowitz and Kevin Liles. They have a storied history together: all three are former Warner big wigs, in addition to being shotcallers at Def Jam during its ’80s/'90s heyday. Show More Summary
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During today's earnings call, it was announced that former Warner Music Group CEO Edgar Bronfman, Jr. is leaving the company's board. His exit marks the end of an era. With first Lyor Cohen and now Bronfman officially exiting, along with their old school salaries and attitudes, we've lost two of our easiest major label targets. Show More Summary
I’m gonna be sixty. And unlike Tommy Mottola and Lyor Cohen I’m not gonna shave a decade off my age in order to appear young and hip, because my hip hurts, you can get plastic surgery, put on a happy face, but you’re still your real age inside, you might as well own it, especially [...]