Chief Keef Says He Acted Out To Purposely Lose Interscope Deal

Chief Keef just recently revealed that he purposely acted out to lose his Interscope Deal. Hop into the post for all the details #IFWT!

Jay 305 Signs To Interscope Records

Congrats are in order for Jay 305, who has just inked a record deal with Interscope Records. The West Coast rapper started building a buzz last year thanks to his affiliation with Dom Kennedy’s Other People’s Money label, and caught the attention of execs like Interscope exec Joie Manda, who I noticed tweeted about Jay last week. “He’s got a different perspective,” Interscope publicist Ray Alba said in a statement. “He’s older and wiser than a lot of young cats and been through some sh*t. His perspective and his story is going to be what’s refreshing in West Coast hip-hop.” The west is on fire right now, and hopefully Jay will only add more fuel to it. Congrats again! (Although per our previous Twitter convo, I still think your rap name sounds like an AIM screenname, LOL!)

(Photos) Chief Keef Lashes Out At Interscope After Being Dropped

Tell us how you really feel! Chief Keef goes on a major rant after being dropped from Interscope Records, even calling them “WhiteHonkies.”

(Photo) Chief Keef Confirms That Interscope Records Has Dumped Him!!!

It was the inevitable… The bang bang Chicagoan has been released from his record label — Interscope Records. He takes to Twitter to make the announcement official. Hit the jump for more.

[Audio] Joie Manda Hits The Combat Jack Show

Interscope executive Joie Manda’s name is being heard a lot in recent weeks, after Dame Dash called him out for being a “culture vulture,” which resulted in Funk Flex going at Dame and riding for his good friend/former employee. Taking time to clear the air on his own, Joie hit The Combat Jack Show recently and spoke on the “beef” of sorts, his gig over at Interscope, how he came up and more. Listen in below.

(Video) “I’m A Business Man!” 50 Cent Details $23M Payout From Interscope Record

You may not like the business savvy rapper 50 Cent, but you sure as hell have to respect his hustle. Every since coming on to the scene, Fif has proved himself a worthy business adversary and street smart hustler who knows how to flip a dollar into ten. In a recent interview with Canada’s Business News Network, 50 discusses the roll out for upcoming studio Animal Ambition, as well as how he orchestrated a whopping $23M payout before leaving Interscorpe Records. Watch interview inside!

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