Staying submerged within a group is sure to leave a person to pick up particular things as it relates to his/her own solo business. For rapper Drag-On, his years of working alongside Swizz Beatz, DMX and the Ruff Ryders has paid off as he has branched out to deliver his own slew of artists and […]

When the Ruff Ryders movement unexpectedly dissolved, many of the roster also faded into obscurity as years progressed. Moving from Interscope to Virgin Records for the 2004 release of Hell and Back, rapper Drag-On would be dropped by the label due to low sales for the album which hadn’t matched the success of his debut […]