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Birdman obviously isn't worried about over-saturating the market because he wants to drop 16 albums under the YMCMB umbrella in 2012.
The ambitious goal was revealed to XXL during a recent interview. Stunna also said that after signing Limp Bizkit he's looking for more acts from different genres to sign.
“I think bringing Fred and Limp Bizkit to the team gives us a different look,” Birdman told XXL.com. “We dominate rap, but we’re also trying to grow in different areas; Pop, rock, gospel, country. We’re a brand and we don’t want to be categorized as one type of brand. I think we’re a machine and we activate and were active as a machine. I thought this Limp Bizkit move would be big for us as a brand and a machine.”
Limp Bizkit's first single drops next week and features Lil Wayne.
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