Rap superstar Nicki Minaj is shopping for new management. The hit-maker left Irving Azoff’s Full Stop Management in 2019 and joined SalXCo, which handles the Weeknd, Doja Cat, French Montana, Ty Dolla $ign and others.
Geffen Records chairman Gee Roberson is going for self by creating a new full service record label called Blueprint. Interestingly enough, Gee Roberson will likely bring producer/rapper Hit-Boy and Chicago’s L.E.P. Bogus Boys along with him.
Multi-platinum record producer and rising recording artist, Hit-Boy out of the Inland Empire in California has signed a management deal with development powerhouse, The Blueprint Group.
The Blueprint Group—the management super-company formed by the combination of Gee Roberson’s Hip Hop Since 1978 and Cortez Bryant’s Bryant Management—has formally announced a partnership between Lil Wayne and Mountain Dew. Full details of the DEWeezy ad campaign will be announced at this year’s SXSW Festival in Austin, Texas. “We are excited to partner Lil Wayne’s […]