by Mike Winslow
(AllHipHop News) Music mogul Antonio “L.A. Reid” has left Epic Records after six years as the company’s chairman and CEO.
The move comes just weeks after former Columbia Records chief Rob Stringer took over as CEO of Sony Music Entertainment, the company which owns Epic.
Reid was on a run before his departure, overseeing Future, DJ Khaled, Travi$ Scott and the reunited A Tribe Called Quest’s new albums.
During his time at Epic, Reid also appeared alongside Simon Cowell on the first two seasons of U.S. TV talent show “The X Factor.”