Irv Gotti Recounts How He Found Out Ashanti Was Dating Nelly On ‘Drink Champs’ [Video]

As we continue to highlight takeaways from their sit-down with Patti LaBelle,Drink Champs’s hustle isn’t slowing down. The popular platform has become a leading force in the podcast circuit, and their conversations with some of Hip Hop and R&B’s most noteworthy game changers have taken over with each new episode. Fresh off of their chit-chat with LaBelle, Drink Champs has returned and this time, it’s all about Murder Inc.

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In a new trailer for the show, N.O.R.E. and DJ EFN sit down with the Murder Inc. legends ahead of The Murder INC Story hitting BET. The clips highlight a bunch of topics, one of which appears to be clarity on who truly made Ashanti’s music.

But about that $300Ms, Irv Gotti stated that Oliver Chastan’s Iconoclast has purchased the master recordings of Murder Inc. during BET Weekend. The seasoned music businessman revealed a $300 million transaction in which he sold a 50% stake in his master recordings and received additional cash for a number of film and television projects.

Iconoclast, a company founded by an influential figure in the music industry Oliver Chastan, made its debut in the market for acquiring music rights in February by acquiring the publishing and NIL rights of rock legend Robbie Robertson (name, image, and likeless).

Visionary Ideas Entertainment Darcell Lawrence, the company’s president, Nicki Lorenzo-Rabin, the CFO, and John “BJ” Bryant, the EVP, will continue to run the business and create content for BET/Paramount Global.

On August 9, the third season of the BET series Tales debuts. Tales is a scripted anthology series of “song stories” that weaves timeless and contemporary hip-hop songs into engrossing visual narratives from the lyrics of some of hip-hop’s greatest hits. Murder Inc., an unscripted documentary series that will serve as a five-part television series narrating the untold tale of the rise, unexpected fall, and redemption of Murder Inc.

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