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Mac Miller was an indie rap darling–then the kid from Pittsburgh inked a lucrative $10 million deal with Warner Bros last month. Miller recently explained why he thought the time was right to make the leap to a major.
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.
Rapper Juvenile is taking it back to the beginning. The New Orleans native has announced that he is resigning with Cash Money Records, the label that made him a star in the late 1990s.
Big Sean has joined Roc Nation. Jay Z’s infamous entertainment company/music label has landed the Detroit rapper and will be handling his management duties.
T.I. explained to Big Boy on Power 106 that Iggy Azalea’s look is exactly why he sought to get her signed and guide her career.
In an interview with XXL, Rich Homie Quan indicated that there is no reason for fans to jump to conclusions regarding him possibly joining Cash Money Records
Lebron James has everyone on pins and needles, but Rick Ross isn’t sweating all of the hype around King James’ free agency. Rick Ross says he understands the game.
With Troy Ave. being from New York City, many don’t understand why he would align himself with an Atlanta rap star and label.
T.I.’s Hustle Gang may have landed a new member. Fans have been speculating about the relationship between Tip and Brooklyn rhymer Troy Ave., ever since they were spotted onstage together at Summer Jam and Tip was featured on Troy’s remix single “Your Style.”