Rapper Joe Budden just dropped his latest music video entitled “Quality Of Life Sh*t” which features his friend Emanny and girlfriend Kaylin Garcia.
In other news,
The company that pays for Tupac’s Hologram has filed for bankruptcy.
The decease rapper hologram made its debut in Las Vegas at Coachella a few months ago, and according to CNN.com the company has filed a chapter 11 bankruptcy which protects them from creditors.
“The filing wasn’t a shock, as the company had already warned of problems with overhead and long-term debt. Private investment firm Searchlight Capital Partners will buy Digital Domain’s core production business for $15 million, pending court approval.
It’s an abrupt end for the nearly 20-year-old company, whose founders include director James Cameron. Before its IPO and Tupac tricks, Digital Domain worked on special effects for scores of big movies including “Pirates of the Caribbean,” “Transformers” and Cameron’s “Titanic.” The company won an Oscar for its work on reverse-aging Brad Pitt’s character in “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.”
And just last week, Digital Domain officially announced a major restructuring that included the resignation of CEO John Textor. While making changes to their Port St. Lucie, Fl., operations and fired 320 employees based in that office. CNN also added:
“The company had also planned to make its own movies based on its animation and effects. As part of that plan, Digital Domain partnered with studio giant Lionsgate (LGF) to make a film based on the popular sci-fi/fantasy novel “Ender’s Game.”
That movie is set to be released on November 1, 2013. “The postproduction work remains on schedule,” a Lionsgate representative told CNNMoney. “We’re confident that we will release the film as planned.”