Bill O'Brien Speaks on Training Camp (AUDIO)

O'Brien Speaks on training camp with the Texans. Topics include Clowney, Officials coming next week, and the tone of the team in general. He also comments on Andre Johnson's Injury. Click Link Below to hear the full interview on the Texans Website.





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Cash Money Could Lose Some Cash Money

In this digital age, having a heavy  online presence is a key component to success in the music industry but according to a new lawsuit, Lil Wayne’s Young Money camp may be in danger of losing a part of their web presence. The label struck a deal to buy the youngmoney.com domain from a company that used it as a portal for young entrepreneurs. As part of the 2011 deal, YMCMB had to make on time payments of the $600,000 purchase or face forfeiting the domain. The suit claims the label hasn’t paid the $250,000 balance and the seller wants the domain back.
As of now Wayne or YMCMB haven’t commented on the suit. Weezy might be a bit on the busy side being that he’s currently getting ready to hit the road with his protege Drake for the Drake Vs Lil Wayne tour that kicks off Aug. 8. And just last week Weezy also announced the signing of his daughter Regiane Carter to Young Money.

Football Season is Around the Corner

The 2014-15 NFL season is just 74 days away, and we must say, we are ready fro Texans Football. Despite the breakdown season we had this past run, I feel the Texans are ready to dominate this year. The Power staff  is most definitely ready for the "Watt & Clowney" Double team.

Judging from the Texans website, Bill O'Brien has been working hard at getting the team prepared for the new season. We just hope Andre Johnson is still considering the Texans as his team. So make sure you get all your Texans gear from the store at, www.HoustonTexans.com

The BOSS Needs PERMISSION to Perform: Detroit NO FLY ZONE

Rick Ross was scheduled to headline HOT 107.5′s Summer Jamz 17 in Detroit this weekend, but reports coming out of the city is that the Maybach Music Group boss was not allowed to hit the stage.
When it was time for Ross to perform an announcement was made that the Mastermind rapper did not make it into the venue. He was reportedly stopped by large group of people outside.
“We had Rick Ross right outside here tonight. At about 11 o’clock, when he was pulling up to come into Chene Park, he was met by 100 individuals outside,” 107.5′s program director Jay Hicks told the crowd. “We have tried to pull every resource together and asked him to come back. He is in fear of his life.”
HotHipHopDetroit.com reports rapper Trick Trick may have placed Ross in the “No Fly Zone” which is also the name of the Goon Sqwad member’s new single. That would mean Rozay cannot enter Detroit without the approval of Trick aka “The Mayor of Detroit.”
“[Ross] may never come back to Detroit,” Hicks added.
Rick Ross addressed not performing at Summer Jamz on Twitter.

At The Movies: TLAM2 Opens up at $34Mill

Kevin Hart has struck box office gold once again.
Hart’s “Think Like a Man 2” opened Stateside to $12.2 million on Friday and is on track to gross $34 million this weekend. The studio is projecting a slightly more modest $32-$33 million launch.
The Sony/Screen Gem comedy edged out newcomer “Jersey Boys” and last weekend’s sparring sequels, “22 Jump Street” and “How to Train Your Dragon 2,” for the no. 1 spot. This marks a record-breaking ninth consecutive weekend that a new release has topped the U.S. box office.
If the estimate holds, the sequel will match the original “Think Like a Man” — an adaptation of Steve Harvey’s self-help book “Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man” — which surprised with a $33.6 million bow two years ago. The pic, with an ensemble cast that includes Jerry Ferrara, Gabrielle Union, Michael Ealy and Regina Hall, is set to repeat its predecessor’s $96 million domestic haul.
Despite poor reviews (23% on Rotten Tomatoes, A- CinemaScore), this is solid start for “Think Like a Man 2,” which cost an estimated $24 million to make.
Moviegoers skewed female, with women comprising 63% of the audience, and 41% under the age 30.
Hart plays a more prominent role in the Las Vegas-set comedy following his recent slew of hits. “Ride Along” opened to $42 million earlier this year and went on to reel in $134 million stateside, while “About Last Night” debuted to $26 million on Valentine’s Day weekend.
Clint Eastwood’s “Jersey Boys” came in fourth on Friday with $4.6 million. The Warner Bros. pic is on track for a $14 million Stateside launch.
Mixed reviews (55% on Rotten Tomatoes) haven’t helped the movie — an adaptation of the Broadway musical of the same name — which primarily targeted older audiences with its marketing. Moviegoers who came out this weekend were likely fans of the hit stage version.
“Jersey Boys,” which cost an estimated $40 million, is playing in 2,905 locations.
Holdovers dominated the rest of the top 5.
The comedy sequel showdown continued between “22 Jump Street” and “How to Train Your Dragon 2.” Still hot from last weekend’s victory, Sony’s “Jump Street” came in second with $9.4 million, while Fox-Dreamworks’ “Dragon” trailed behind with $7.6 million.
The Jonah Hill-Channing Tatum-starrer is en route to $30-$32 million and an impressive $110 million-plus cume. Only in its second weekend, the pic is already on track to overtake “21 Jump Street,” which earned $138 million domestically.
Meanwhile, “Dragon 2” is headed for a $25 million weekend, which would mark a 50% drop and raise its Stateside total to $95 million.
Angelina Jolie’s “Maleficent” rounded out the top 5 with $4 million on Friday. The live-action Disney reimagining of “Sleeping Beauty” looks to earn $13 million in its fourth frame to raise its domestic cume to $186 million.

Youtube To Press Pause on Indie Market

After Amazon announced Prime Music last week, YouTube is following suit by confirming its own paid music streaming service, which will debut sometime over the summer.
The ad-free service will allegedly be called YouTube Music Pass and will allow users to download full albums for offline listening. The pricing details for the service haven't been divulged, but it should be interesting to see how Google would integrate this service with Play Music All Access.
At the behest, YouTube has managed to negotiate licensing deals with three major record labels — Sony, Warner and Universal. However, it looks like the video juggernaut was not able to reach an agreement with indie labels, with most labels coming out and stating that the royalty terms YouTube proposed undercut what other streaming services like Spotify, Rdio and Rhapsody offer.
Speaking to the Financial Times, Vice President and Global Head of Business at YouTube Robert Kyncl stated that video content from indie labels will be blocked "in a matter of days" should the labels not agree to YouTube's terms. He said that signing all labels is "not likely an achievable goal," and that the dispute with the indie labels will not affect the launch of the service.