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Nina Sky Use Twitter to Rally Fans Against Record Label
Twin sisters Nina and Natalie Albino, who make up the R&B/reggaeton group Nina Sky, landed a few minutes of fame back in 2004 with the release of the hit single 'Move Ya Body,' from their self-titled debut album. After landing a feature on Major Lazer's track 'Keep It Going Louder' last summer, …
Wale Denies Being Dropped By Interscope
A big part of being a hip-hop star in 2010 is having to shoot down constant rumors from all sorts of haters. Wale is no exception. A gossip item surfaced recently claiming Interscope Records decided to drop Wale after the rapper's 2009 debut 'Attention: Deficit' didn't do as well…
Jill Scott Sued by Record Label Over Contract Breach
R&B singer Jill Scott is being sued by her long time label, Hidden Beach Records for breaching the terms of her contract. The L.A. based company filed the suit in Los Angeles Superior Court on Wed (Feb. 3) accusing Scott of skipping out halfway-way through a six-album contract that could pot…
Incarcerated Buju Banton Receives Support From Label
Since being arrested on drug charges earlier this month, acclaimed reggae artist Buju Banton has spent his time incarcerated while still awaiting trial. The BoomBox previously reported that Banton was arrested on Dec.10 after authorities raided his home and took the singer into custody...
Wale Blames Interscope for Album Shortage
D.C. rapper Wale's highly-anticipated debut, 'Attention Deficit' was released yesterday, but good luck finding it on store shelves. Despite heavy promotion leading up to the release -- a collaboration with Lady GaGa, a cover story in XXL magazine's and several appearances on late night talk shows --…
Yung Joc Parts Ways With Bad Boy Records
Yung Juc spent a solid portion of 2009 voicing his complaints with Bad Boy Records and Block Entertainment.
Now, months later, the rapper has broken free from the label and contract that he felt was holding him back creatively. In August, after frustrating delays on his new album, 'Mr...