Apple's Deal With Cash Money Records is for a Documentary

Apple's Deal With Cash Money Records is for a Documentary

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Apple recently signed a deal with Cash Money Records and now we may know what it's for. According to Bloomberg, the Cupertino company has agreed to fund a documentary for the label. Artists signed to the label include Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj and Drake.

The documentary marks another step in Apple's effort to develop television programming. It has signed up Gwyneth Paltrow, Gary Vaynerchuk and will.i.am as judges for its Planet of the Apps reality show, which will see app developers fight it out to win venture capital investment, and in July it secured Carpool Karaoke, a spinoff of the popular segment in CBS's Late Late Show with James Corden where global popstars sing along to their hits as they drive through Los Angeles. It is also funding a six-part miniseries starring Dr Dre called Vital Signs, The Hollywood Reporter reported in February.

News of the deal first broke yesterday after Birdman posted on Instagram announcing a power move with Apple Music.

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Apple's Deal With Cash Money Records is for a Documentary
Speaklogic - August 18, 2016 at 6:14pm
First dre now this birdman next is going to be wormkid and bugbaby lol
Vida - August 18, 2016 at 3:18pm
Birdman is an idiot
clown - August 18, 2016 at 5:15am
My hand is injured , sorry for the typos.
clown - August 18, 2016 at 5:14am
They do make a great deal of there products overseas , at substantially lower production cost. They tax rates on large companies is why they produce many products overseas. The fact you charge companies two to three time what other countries charge is the reason they are their. The majority of companies can not borrow 20 trillion dollars from banks . The fant some continue to harp on in every speech, and complains that some file for bankruptcy protection they followed the laws that they wrote. The companies need cash on hand know a days, considering in the 1990"s everyone was told they deserved a house even when they could not afford it. The fact is the corporate tax is simply to high, so many companies have to find alternative ways to subside their businesses to say competitive in todays market. Lower the corporate tax rates , and the market will jump start jumps unbelievably. Taking upwards of 90% of peoples lifetime assets is absolute a joke.
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