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Producer No I.D. Lands New Position at Def Jam
Producer No I.D. is adding another title to his resume, one that will have him overseeing many of the same artists he's crafted beats for.
"I'm (now) executive VP of Def Jam," he told Billboard. "I'm going to keep on doing what I'm doing and take it to a…
Def Jam Lays Off Workforce, Hires Bruno Mars’ Manager
It's a sign of the times when prominent record labels are saying goodbye to the same employees who worked the campaigns of some of today's most popular rappers and singers. Def Jam, a storied entity in the hip-hop landscape, recently downsized, laying off more than 20 employees...
Def Jam to Publish 300-Page Label History
Seminal rap label Def Jam is preparing to publish a memoir of its own storied history, with the humbly-titled 'Def Jam Recordings: The First 25 Years of the Last Great Record Label.'
The 304-page tome is written by hip-hop legend Bill Adler and writer Dan Charnas, with prefaces by Def Jam titans Rick…
Nas No Longer Plans to Release ‘Lost Tapes 2′
Fans hoping for a sequel to Nas' 2002 outtakes album, 'The Lost Tapes,' can kiss that dream goodbye ... for now at least.
In a recent interview with MTV News, the rapper revealed he is shelving the 'Lost Tapes 2' project. The decision came after making the switch from Sony to…

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