DeJ Loaf is starting to capitalize on the success of "Try Me," by releasing her new mixtape Sell Sole and singing to a major label, Columbia Records. Still, she has a lot more she wants to do in the game and she's just getting started.
Detroit rapper Dej Loaf has been buzzing in the streets these past few months thanks to her street hit "Try Me" which has already seen numerous remixes from big-name artists like Wiz Khalifa, Lil Durk, E-40, Vado, & Lil Mama to name a few.
Jarren Benton hasn't dropped a new project since My Grandmother's Basement last June, and he also hasn't dropped much in the way of new music either. That's not to say the (weirdest) member of Funk Volume hasn't kept himself busy.
Troy Ave just covered the XXL Freshmen list, representing the sole New York quotient of the group. The rapper is only getting more prolific as his profile rises, releasing his crew's BSB Vol. 4 mixtape today.
Pharrell was behind some of the biggest hits of 2013, including Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines," and Daft Punk's "Get Lucky". He certainly proved that his songwriting chops have not dwindled with age, which is why it comes as no surprise that Columbia have signed him as an artist.
Recently T.I. announced a new deal with Columbia Records for his follow up to Trouble Man: Heavy Is The Head. At the time we reported on it, it sounded like Columbia would also house Tip's imprint, Grand Hustle.