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Quincy Jones III

Quincy Delightt Jones III (born (1968-12-23)December 23, 1968) (also known as QD3 and Snoopy) is a British-born Swedish/African-American composer, ... More »Quincy Delightt Jones III (born (1968-12-23)December 23, 1968) (also known as QD3 and Snoopy) is a British-born Swedish/African-American composer, music producer, film producer, and author. He was born in Wimbledon, London, the son of American music producer Quincy Jones and Swedish model Ulla Andersson. Quincy Jones III is the founder of QD3 Entertainment, which produced a series of documentaries called Beef which explores violence and feuds within hip hop culture. Jones has also made prominent success as a hip hop DJ and released an album in 1991 called Soundlab. On November 4, 2009, Chamillionaire launched the Global Innovation Tournament 2009 at the Stanford Memorial Auditorium, Stanford University with Quincy Jones III as part of the Stanford Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Seminar Series. [ Wikipedia ]

Rapper Lil Wayne Loses $2.2 million in Quincy Jones III Film Court Case

By Toyin Owoseje | November 8, 2012 2:53 AM EST The Hip Hop star has been reportedly made to cough up the hefty sum after losing his lawsuit against film producer, Quincy Jones III He was the one that filed the multimillion dollar lawsuit against Qunicy Jones III over The Carter documentary...

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Lil Wayne Loses $2.2 Million To Quincy Jones III In Lawsuit

Lil Wayne didn't take his deposition too seriously (and we thank him for the entertainment) but the $2 million he has to cough up after losing his lawsuit against Quincy Jones III will probably sober him up...just a little. According to TMZ, Wayne was ordered to pay Jones $2.2 million ...

Lil Wayne Ordered To Pay $2M In 'Carter' Lawsuit

Quincy Jones III argued that Wayne cut into his documentary's profits by blocking its release in 2009. Lil Wayne just landed a $2 million bill after losing his lawsuit against Quincy Jones III and the countersuit filed against him. TMZ reports that a jury ordered Wayne to pay ...

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Did Lil Wayne Threaten Quincy Jones III's Laywer In This Deposition Video?

By Eric Brown | September 27, 2012 11:09 AM EST A few months back, rapper Lil Wayne filed a lawsuit against Quincy Jones III’s production company QD3 Entertainment, charging it used Lil Wayne’s music without a license in the documentary film “The Carter 3.” Now TMZ has released a video ...

Lil Wayne Can’t Control ‘Psychic’ Abilities In Court Video

During a filmed June deposition where the superstar rapper was questioned in connection to his lawsuit against filmmaker Quincy Jones III, Wayne remained largely uncooperative, but did profess his faith. TMZ obtained the footage and has been releasing it in segments. Tunechi, who has ...

Lil Wayne Suing Quincy Jones' Son Over Unlicensed Music

Quincy Jones III is the target of a new lawsuit filed in response to his use of the rapper's music in a documentary without permission. Lil Wayne and his Cash Money team have been on the receiving end of a couple of lawsuits in the past year, but this time it's Wayne who's taking legal ...

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Lil Wayne Loses Lawsuit Over Documentary, Ordered by Judge to Pay Over Two Million Dollars

Well, it turns out that Weezy, who was suing the film's producer Quincy Jones III over the unauthorized use of "A Milli" and "Lollipop" in the doc, lost his case, and also lost the counter-suit QDIII filed against him saying Weezy ruined the profit potential of the film by speaking out ...

Lil Wayne Did Not Appear in Court for Quincy Jones III Lawsuit

If you remember, Weezy is suing Quincy Jones III for his 2009 documentary that portrayed him in a negative light. He is also suing him for unlicensed use of his music. What this means now is Wayne’s lawyer had to play the judge his deposition tape for the jury. It could be a major ...

Lil Wayne Suing Quincy Jones III Over Copyright Infringement

By Sam Weiss | Sep 7, 2012 | 3:32 pm | Permalink Lil Wayne has yet another bone to pick with Quincy Jones III over his 2009 documentary, The Carter. Weezy is suing Jones for using his tracks “Lollipop,” “Let the Beat Build,” “A Milli” and “Dontgetit” without his permission. Wayne is ...

Lil Wayne: Scolded By Judge Over Deposition Tapes, Trial No-Show!

Lil Wayne was a no-show at his scheduled trial date Monday, and the judge presiding over the rapper's lawsuit against Quincy Jones III is far from impressed. Weezy apparently suffered "several seizure-like episodes" and will sit the trial out, meaning the jury will only have his video ...

The Hip Hop Week In Review: Lupe Fiasco Drops "Food & Liquor 2," Lil Wayne Gives Deposition

" Footage was also released of Lil Wayne's pre-questions for his deposition in the lawsuit against Quincy Jones III for copyright violation. In the clips, Weezy gets extremely irate after a lawyer asks him basic questions about his career and life. Finally, Showbiz chopped it up with DX ...

Nicki Minaj On Lil Wayne’s Health: “They Didn’t Want Him To Fly”

I’m just thankful that he was OK.” Lil Wayne recently lost a lawsuit to Quincy Jones III over a documentary called The Carter. He was ordered to pay over $2.2 million , as a result...

Buzz Bites (11/6/12): Rihanna's 'Unapologetic' Album Will Feature A Collaboration With Chris Brown

) + Lil Wayne lost a countersuit filed by Quincy Jones III over "The Carter" documentary. Weezy originally sued Jones over how he was portrayed. In the $2.2 million countersuit, Jones asserted he lost money when Wayne blocked the film's release. ( MTV News ) ...

XLrator, Quincy Jones III partner on health movie

NEW YORK (TheWrap.com) - XLrator Media and Quincy Jones III's "Feel Rich" have partnered to make "Feel Rich: Health is the New Wealth," a documentary about solving health and fitness problems in urban areas. Through interviews with educators, politicians, celebrities and people in ...

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Lil Wayne’s hilarious responses to Quincy Jones III lawyer deposition

In a videotaped deposition … Lil Wayne — who is suing Quincy Jones III over a documentary about him — says he can’t remember ANYTHING — but what he DOES remember is hysterical. Q III had his production team follow Lil Wayne around for months to chronicle his life as he was putting ...

Video: Lil Wayne’s Deposition For His Case Against Quincy Jones III

He’s not gonna do anything to Quincy Jones III because he’s not about that life. He’s just a character in a gangster cartoon called hip-hop...

XLrator Media Partners With Leading Multicultural Health and Wellness Movement "Feel Rich"

"Feel Rich" is a healthy lifestyle movement created in 2011 by 40-time platinum, Grammy and Emmy Award-winning producer Quincy Jones III (QD3) and digital media entrepreneur Shawn Ullman, in conjunction with music legend Quincy D. Jones. Feel Rich was founded on the belief that the ...

Text4baby Partners with Feel Rich and R&B Singer Tyrese to Deliver Mobile Health...

The partnership, Feel Rich Moms, will raise awareness of text4baby, encourage moms to sign up for this critical service, and culminate with a custom lullaby for a lucky family, created by Tyrese and Quincy Jones III (QD3), a 40x Platinum, Grammy and Emmy Award winning producer, and ...

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Lil Wayne Trolls Attorney In Newely Released Deposition Video

During a deposition over a lawsuit against Quincy Jones III for the alleged unauthorized use of Tha Carter III songs in QDIII’s documentary Tha Carter, Wayne waxes nonsensical about all of the things he doesn’t remember. These things include, getting arrested, having an interview with ...

Quincy Jones III: Helping New Moms 'Feel Rich' One Text at a Time

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