Following a report from Hits Daily Double, rumors have been circulating about Kanye West's departure from Roc Nation management. According to sources close to Ye (H/T Complex), there are no plans for the rapper to leave his current situation at the Roc.
This is definitely not news we were expecting, but good to hear for the veteran radio personality nonetheless. Angie Martinez is making stiff competition for her fellow on-air personalities, by inking a management deal with Jay Z's Roc Nation.
More trouble in the Young Money camp. Earlier this week, Tyga voiced his frustration with the label, suggesting that YM is holding his album "hostage", before threatening to leak it himself.
It's been just over a month since we reported that MMG rapper Wale was splitting ways with his management team at Jay Z's Roc Nation and moving to 77 North Management, the same team responsible for the management of LeBron James.
The response and sales for Mariah Carey's latest body of work, Me. I Am Mariah… The Elusive Chanteuse has been pretty lackluster, as we reported she initially sold 58,000 copies opening week, but quickly fell off the Billboard 200.
Frank Ocean's sophomore album is reportedly slated for a late 2014 release, and the singer has decided to switch up his management and publicist leading up to the album's rollout.
We are still hoping and praying that there will be an Outkast reunion, although that is looking far more unlikely as both parties vehemently deny this, despite the fact that both Andre and Big Boi are frequenting the festival rounds together.
In a recent interview, Jeremih revealed that Diddy is now managing him, and will executive produce his upcoming album "Thumpy Johnson."Are y'all feeling this one? Check out the latest video from Jeremih, Jeremih "Karate Chop (Remix)" Video.
The legend of Tupac continues to grow as his estate has been moved to new management where it is reported they will work on releasing some previously unheard and unfinished tracks as they move to Jampol Artist Management.
The man credited with discovering Drake, former manager James “Jas” Prince, is suing the artist’s current managers claiming they have not paid him owed royalties. From NYDailyNews, according to the filed suit,