50 Cent recently spoke up for his buddy Jeremih regarding Def Jam’s extremely unpredictable release of his new album Late Nights and now it appears the Chicago singer is agreeing with his outspoken friend (he waited until he got those projection numbers, but that’s another story for another post).
“Y’all don’t even deserve my voice,” he tweeted to Def Jam’s Twitter account. “It’s not the fact that mi album was actually priced 18.99. There’s actually no CD’s in the stores to even buy, that’s the main point. Each Best Buy was shipped 6-7 copies a piece. There’s actually no CDs in the stores to even buy that’s my main point,” he added.
The album sports hit singles such as “Oui” and the award-winning “Don’t Tell ‘Em” featuring YG. Nonetheless, Best Buy has to recoup some sort of monetary gain for carrying the physical discs.
Jeremih’s Late Nights is on iTunes now if you don’t want to risk the chance of going to the store and coming up empty handed. According to the Hits Daily Double, it is expected to sell anywhere between 10-12 thousand copies.
To quote the honorable Mr. Curtis Jackson: “Is that a rock…or a BRICK?”
Check out Jeremih’s public outing of Def Jam on the next few pages.