Everything had to be perfect for the Chiefs and they closed the deal – Jalen Rose | Jalen & Jacoby

Everything had to be perfect for the Chiefs and they closed the deal - Jalen Rose | Jalen & Jacoby

Jalen Rose & David Jacoby react to the Buffalo Bills vs. Kansas City Chiefs.

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Akon on Only Getting $12K When He Signed 1st Major Label Deal (Flashback)

In this VladTV Flashback from 2020, Akon spoke about linking up with music executive Devyne Stephens and eventually signed with Steve Rifkind’s SRC Records. He went on to confirm that he was on a promo tour for a year and a half before "Locked Up" finally took off. He also disclosed that he turned down four or five other offers to sign with SRC for only $12,000 because he felt like Rifkind truly believed in him.

Havoc on Prodigy Leaving Solo Deal at 14 to Form Mobb Deep With Him (Flashback)

In this VladTV Flashback from 2017, Havoc of Mobb Deep talked about growing up in Queensbridge in the 1980s, his decision to pursue music, and how he initially linked with Prodigy. Havoc describes the chain of events that led to the birth of Mobb Deep: an early record deal with Jive that Prodigy left, the first incarnation of Mobb Deep, the "Poetical Prophets," and their early meetings with Diddy when they were just 15 and 16 years old.

What Sony’s Comments On the Microsoft & Activision Deal Really Mean – IGN Now

Sony says that it expects Microsoft to honor contracts it has with Activision and "continue to ensure" that Activision games are released on its platforms – but there’s some room for interpretation about what exactly the PlayStation manufacturer means. Naturally, after Microsoft announced its intention to acquire Activision Blizzard for almost $70 billion, many began speculating about whether the company would turn traditionally multiplatform releases into Xbox exclusives. Sony has now weighed in on that idea: "We expect that Microsoft will abide by contractual agreements and continue to ensure Activision games are multiplatform," said a Sony spokesperson to The Wall Street Journal.

Sony Speaks Up On the Microsoft-Activision Blizzard Deal – IGN Daily Fix

Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard has left the gaming industry wondering what’s next for multi-platform games like Overwatch, Call of Duty, and more. Sony has chimed in with a statement, expecting Microsoft to honor previous deals for Activision’s existing games. While Call of Duty: Warzone will almost certainly remain available on the PlayStation 5, what does this deal mean for future Call of Duty titles? Activision has also confirmed that existing games won’t be removed from other non-Xbox platforms, so don’t worry, Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy isn’t leaving the Nintendo eShop anytime soon. And finally, we’ve got more on Ubisoft’s upcoming Rainbow Six Extraction.

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What does the Microsoft-Activision deal mean for Sony?

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Yahoo Finance’s Daniel Howley details the impact Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision has for the video game space and competitors like Sony, cloud gaming innovations, and the benefits this deal holds for Xbox owners.

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What the Microsoft-Activision mega deal means for Big Tech regulation

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Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Keenan discusses Microsoft and Activision Blizzard’s $68.7 billion deal, which impacts Big Tech and popular gaming companies.

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Sony Stock Took a $20 Billion Hit After Xbox’s Activision Deal – IGN Daily Fix

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Sony’s stock reportedly took a $20 billion dollar hit after Xbox announced that it is set to acquire Activision Blizzard. As detailed in a report by Bloomberg, Sony Group Corp. shares reportedly fell by 13% in Tokyo on Wednesday – just a day after Microsoft announced its $68.7 billion deal with Activision Blizzard. As per the report, the drop itself is the largest single fall in Sony stock since October 2008.

Activision Blizzard reportedly considered buying video game media outlets Kotaku and PC Gamer in a bid to change public opinion of the company. A new report published by the Wall Street Journal delving into the circumstances surrounding Microsoft’s recent acquisition of the publisher alleges that Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick may have discussed attempting to purchase a video game publication prior to the deal in order to change his company’s public image.

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