Rap pioneer Dr. Dre has addressed his long-awaited Detox album delay and said working on projects for Eminem, Game and 50 Cent had previously kept him away from the project.
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Dre also said he strongly believed his heart was now in Detox and that it would come out this year.
"It hasn't been a consistent thing with me," Dre revealed in an interview. "I'd be working on it, stop, do a couple of… Continue
In an interview with Pyramid West (posted after the jump), Craig Davis, urban promotions director at Capitol Records, runs down his entire career biography….but then he gets to more current topics, and says that 50 Cent is now signed to Capitol/EMI along with Lloyd Banks.
“We got a really great roster…we just signed the 50 Cent deal over [at Capitol]….50 felt he needed to get out of the Interscope machine. He wanted to do a new… Continue
Rumors of 50 Cent’s departure from the Interscope building have been circulating since 2007, when his planned hit single “Follow My Lead” was leaked months ahead of schedule.
In the three-and-a-half years since then, declining sales, and the departure of Lloyd Banks as well as Tony Yayo have only helped fuel such rumors. When asked in May if he would like to see G-Unit at his new place of employment, Def Jam Senior Vice President of A&R, Sha Money XL told HipHopDX, “They’re my… Continue
Added by Brown Suga on July 1, 2010 at 3:06pm —
It's been less than 10 years since 50 Cent took the music industry by storm by way of his debut 'Get Rich or Die Trying,' which went on to sell more than 12 million records worldwide. The record garnered him instant stardom, tons of chart topping singles and the respect of a music industry that he once rapped about robbing in his mixtape days. Amid the hype, the never ending beefs and lucrative Vitamin Water deal-netting him a cool $150 million,… Continue
50 Cent and Rick Ross lyrically collided last year, and now it looks like the Miami rapper's new business partner is getting caught in the crossfire.
50 Cent has been taking shots at Diddy, Ross' manager, saying the hip-hop mogul is "senile" for thinking he could re-create his early career success with Ross at the helm instead of the Notorious B.I.G. Fif also called Diddy a "serpent" and a "bloodsucker" while conducting an interview… Continue