Posts Tagged ‘Atlantic’
King of the south T.I. (who was actually granted permission by most ATL rappers to call himself that) is talking money now and days and we mean big money. After dropping his 7th studio album “Trouble Man: Heavy Is The Head”, the boss is no longer with his former 10 year record label, Atlantic Records. The rumor mill is spinning that T.I has been seen chatting it up with the likes of Dr.Dre over at Interscope/Aftermath, and some accusations of looking at Sony. However, the labels aren’t the shocker; as T.I. is reportedly looking for a 75$ Million dollar signing! Read more on this story after the jump… (more…)Read More
A few days ago, Diggy, the Def Jam lineage signed to Atlantic, shocked hip-hop fans when he dropped this impressive tune, “88.” Having been born in 89′, I’m trying to figure out why this song makes me feel old. But with the feature of Top Ten favorite, JadaKiss, he continues to prove his dedication and showcase his growing talents in the field. The video is a perfect come-back from his first, and a great accompaniment to the track, too. What’s your thoughts on the Run’s House unexpected star?
With the Grammy weekend festivities finally dying down and everyone just now getting a chance to release interviews from the red carpets, and other various locations, Bossip got chance to catch up with Dawn Richard from Danity Kane and Dirty-Money, where she revealed that she is no longer an artist of Bad Boy Records.
“Diddy has been very supportive of my journey. He (actually recently) let me go from Bad Boy. And he didn’t have to do that. He could have just been how everyone accuses him of being (and kept me bound by contract). There’s no drama. It was a business decision and one made amicably. And I thank him for that.”
“Now I want to make him and them (Bad Boy) proud for believing in me.”
It has been some time since we all witnessed the break up of Danity Kane and the surprising but short-lived success of Dirty-Money. As Diddy ventures off into new projects, we find comfort in knowing that Dawn will be able to flourish into the true artists she is.Read More