Fox’s Empire has been a runaway hit for the network, setting a series of records for its increasingly strong ratings. Its depiction of the rap industry has made it especially potent among hip-hop fans; artists like Charles Hamilton have even taken to Empire and its Timbaland-helmed music department as a means of promotion. But one of the producers has his sights set even higher.
Both Stephen Curry and Chris Paul went viral last night but unfortunately for Paul he was on the losing end. Curry hit Paul with a couple behind-the-back dribbles, dropping him to the ground and then sinking a jumper. While Steph was on several Vines spread throughout Twitter, Paul breakdance move type drop became the source of several memes.
Madonna, Rihanna, Beyonce and Jay Z are among the A-List musicians who are co-owners of Tidal, a streaming service being billed as the first artist-owned platform for music and video.
The membership-based service — similar to subscription service Spotify — will provide music and video content that users can stream on computers, tablets and smartphones or listen to offline. It is being offered at two price points: $10 for standard sound quality and $20 for "lossless high fidelity sound quality."
Few other details were released about the streaming service
Michael Sam became the first gay player associated with the NFL to come out publicly and declare who he is before the media could. According to Sam however, he quickly found out he was far from the first gay player in the league.