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Is Shyne running Def Jam now? Because he talks like he's calling the shots over at the label. And when the hell did he become a blood?
Po says his new album is done and he's been in talks with Birdman
over at Cash Money
to possibly drop two albums on the same day. One on Def Jam and one on Cash Money.
," Shyne told MTV
. "I'm just making albums at this point. I'm on my fifth album. I'm not sure, me and Baby [Birdman] been talking. We been talking about doing the Cash Money thing where I put one album out on Def Jam, distributed by Def Jam, and Baby [will] distribute one album on Cash Money. I might do that, I'm not sure, we're still finishing the fine points and negotiate that
," he continued. "I might come with something six months later, every six months. I got so much to say, I don't think I could answer all the questions on just one album. So I definitely think we would put out two different albums on the same day."
None of the material I've heard from Shyne since his release from prison would suggest fans would go out and support one album, much less two on the same day.
He goes on to talk about he and Birdman wearing the same flag and being family.
"He reached out to me and let me know if there was anything he could do to assist. When I was about to come out, he reached out to me again to see if there was anything he could do to help me. We've always had an open line of communication through the same banner, through the same rag. That's inevitable. I've got the utmost respect for what he does. [Baby's] a real roller, putting it in. He built Cash Money from nothing, rebuilt it to something even greater. Wayne, what's happening, Eastside Damu all the time. Rikers Island, I know the brothers is taking care of you in there. So Cash Money is definitely family."