(Video) Trinidad James Tells REVOLT What’s Next After Being Dropped By Def Jam!!

REVOLT caught up with much talked about, Trinidad James. In case you forgot, the “All Gold Everything” rapper recently revealed via his Twitter Account that he had been dropped from Def Jam. When interviewed, Trinidad speaks on his plans post Def Jam. Check it out after the jump.

(Video) Trinidad Jame$ Sits Down With Revolt TV And Talks About Life Without Def Jam

It has been less than two weeks since Trinidad Jame$ broke the news of being let go by Def Jam via Twitter. Revolt Tv recently sat down with the rapper to talk about what been going on since the lights went off on him. More after the jump

(Picture) Uh Oh! Did Trinidad James Just Get Dropped From Def Jam?!

“All Gold Everything” Rapper Trinidad James woke up this morning and decided announce some interesting news over twitter to his followers. Beating the corporate suits before they could make an official announcement. Check it out after the jump

(Video) Which NBA Legend Does Russell Simmons Wish He Had Signed To Def Jam?

Hip Hop Mogul Russell Simmons was the driving force behind Def Jam Records which brought us some of the most legendary hip hop albums of all time. When reporters caught up with Simmons today in New York City, he admitted that he should have signed this NBA Legend to a record deal. Click the jump for details.

(Video) Jeezy Addresses Def Jam Shots In “Me OK” Lyrics

Back in May, Jeezy dropped a new track called “Me OK,” and caused some waves when he took shots at his current label, Def Jam. “When L.A. Reid was in office made some history up in Def Jam/ If Jizzle ain’t droppin’, n*gga, what the f*ck is Def Jam?” he rapped on the track. He then hinted at switching labels for his solo deal to Atlantic, where he currently has a label deal for his CTE imprint. “I know you heard how your boy bossed up at Atlantic/ Boss sh*t, might just drop my next album on Atlantic,” he rapped in the second verse. This didn’t come as a total shock, as he’d previously thrown shots at the label via a Twitter rant last fall. Stopping by Power 99 in Philly over the weekend when the ‘Under the Influence’ tour rolled through Camden, Jeezy spoke to Mina Say What about the lyrics and his current situation with the label. Check out what he said below.

Logic Details Upcoming Project, Says It’s Been Compared To ‘Graduation’ & ‘good kid. m.A.A.d City’!

Maryland native Logic has taken to his latest interview to discuss his upcoming debut album; and he says that after giving it a spin the piece has been compared to classics like ‘Graduation’.

Def Jam’s Rick Rubin Is Legally Changing His Name?!

It’s safe to say that Def Jam founder Rick Rubin is one of the most key players in the Hip-Hop game. However, he’s not fully happy with himself because he HATES his real name and wants to change it immediately. On his birth certificate it says Frederick Jay Rubin, but he’s recently hit up the courts to legally change it to just “Rick Rubin” like we all know and love. Hey man, whatever floats your boat!

Check Out Sanaa Lathan, Omar Epps, Megan Good And More At All Def Comedy Live!

All the A listers were having some fun in laughs out in Hollywood this weekend for the All Def Comedy Show. In attendance included Omar Epps, “Think Like A Man Too“ star Sanaa Lathan, Megan Good and more! Hit the jump to see pics!

(Photos) Common Is No Longer A Member Of GOOD Music, He’s Signed With No I.D.’s Artium/Def Jam

According to reports, as well as a picture posted on Def jam’s Instagram account, it looks like Chi-town’s Common has parted ways (contractually only, hopefully) with Kanye West’s GOOD Music. But Common’s not indie, he’s now signed to No I.D.’s Artium/Def Jam label. More info after the jump.

(Photo/Video) Dame Dash Is Upset With Flex’s Comments?!?

A lot of people are asking for what they called a ‘rant’ from Flex the other night as they didn’t hear it, and it seems Dame Dash didn’t hear it either, and he’s ‘calling out’ the people he feels responsible, including Flex.

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