Young Chop defends Chief Keef, blasts Interscope

Rapper Young Chop spoke to Forbez DVD about the Interscope’s decision to let Chief Keef walk; criticizing the label for not giving the rapper a chance to fully meet the requirements of the deal.

Chief Keef blasts Interscope

Chief Keef is no longer signed to Interscope Records. The controversial Chicago-based rapper revealed that he has been dropped from the label. In 2012, Chief

The end of an era: Jimmy Iovine says he’s leaving Interscope

With the sale of Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine’s Beats Electronics to Apple finalized on yesterday, Iovine has announced that he is stepping down as Chairman and CEO of Interscope Records, according to Billboard. Apple purchased Beats for a reported $3 billion.

Schoolboy Q says he wishes TDE would have ‘stayed indie’

Schoolboy Q may be experiencing success with his major label debut album, Oxymoron, but the Los Angeles native revealed his mixed feelings about that success in a recent interview. Q spoke to CBS Local affiliate WZMX Hot 93.7. Q says that his popularity is booming, so much so that he’s even been offered his own line of bucket hats (those hats have become a bit of a trademark for Q), but he expressed reluctance with making any more “big money” deals too soon.

Cash Money Records signs The Game

  The Game has found himself a new label home after his deal with Interscope had run its course. While many believed The Game formed

The 5 things wrong with hip-hop

1. The Record Industry The current record industry is the #1 thing wrong with rap. This is mainly because it can correct the four problems