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Rap-A-Lot founder and CEO James Prince helped bring about one of Hip-Hop’s most vital record labels, home to Geto Boys, Scarface and several other Down South acts. Prince sat down with veteran rapper and growing media personality Bun B for a candid chat on the label’s founding and more this past weekend at SXSW.

Yesterday (March 16), Drake took to Twitter to announce that he had no part in creating Drake’s Homecoming: The Lost Footage, which hits theaters in two days. Per usual, TMZ has the scoop on why the rapper is wiping his hands clean of the project, despite reportedly receiving a check for it.

Of the many people alleging that Birdman owes them money, Jas Prince appears to be most reserved. But, more often than not, those are the ones you should worry about.

Rap-A-Lot CEO James Prince has put Sean “Diddy” Combs, and others, on notice. Prince feels a ways about Diddy putting hands on Drake, who he says is “family,” and issued a stern warning, over a beat. 

  Cory Mo feat. Z-Ro – “Rollin” Download Cory Mo’s new project “It’s Been About Time” hosted by Bun B here. Peep More Exclusive Interviews and Videos Here

  Hip-Hop producer and UGK  Alumni Cory Mo recently dropped his official debut project “It’s Been About Time.” Hosted by Bun B, the mixtape/CD features Pimp C’s protege behind the boards and stepping up to the mic booth. Calling on his patnas who he’s produced and engineered numbers of platinum and gold hits for, “Its […]