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50 Cent Explains Why He Didn’t Reach Out to Bobby Shmurda
50 Cent's fractured relationship with Sha Money XL extends back over a decade, when the now-EVP of urban A&R at Epic Records was the President of G-Unit Records during the Unit's initial platinum-selling run in the mid-2000s. But things have gone sour over the years, with 50 calling Sha Money &q…
Bobby Shmurda Wants to Leave Epic Records
Bobby Shmurda feels like Epic Records isn't supporting him during his time of need and wants out of his contract.
"I’m going to try my best to go back on the deal,” the Brooklyn rapper said to the New York Times. “If not, I’ll …
Sylvia Rhone Named New President Of Epic Records
Sylvia Rhone, the longtime label executive who headed up Elektra Entertainment Group, then Universal Motown for nearly two decades, has been named the new President of L.A. Reid's Epic Records, according to Billboard. Rhone, who got her start in the music business in the mid-1980s by making Atlantic…
Yo Gotti Previews New Album ‘I Am’ In New York City
Yo Gotti is gearing up to drop his first album for Epic Records, titled I Am (CMG/Epic) on November 19, and while he's out touring the country he took a quick break to swing through New York City's Jungle City Studios to preview the album for friends, the press and Epic staff...
Ca$h Out Celebrates His 23rd Birthday With New Track

Atlanta rapper Ca$h Out has had a pretty great year. After releasing massive hits in "Cashin' Out" and "Hold Up," he has consistently toured the country as he gears up for the release of his Epic Records debut, Patience. But today, Ca$h Out is celebrating his 23rd birthday, and i…
Exclusive: Sha Money XL Speaks On Moving To Epic Records
Yesterday (May 13), it was announced that Michael Clervoix—better known as Sha Money XL—officially left his post as SVP of A&R for Island Def Jam to now become EVP of Urban A&R for Epic Records. Speaking exclusively with XXL recently, Sha touched on the new gig and t…
Vinny Cha$e Inks Deal with Epic Records
After entertaining label deals left and right, from Bad Boy to Atlantic Records and more, Harlem mainstay Vinny Cha$e has decided to finally take his talents to Epic Records.
Confirmed by Vinny himself, exclusively to XXL, the rapper has officially inked a deal with LA Reid's label home...

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