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Jay-Z & Apple Launching Record Label?

This is one we’ve heard before. Jay-Z leaves Def Jam, starts revolutionary digital record label with Apple. The first part has already happened and now Boy Genius Report is saying that the label is definitely a go. 

I can tell you that Jay flat out denied this when somebody asked him about it back in October. The folks over at Crunchgear are already calling bullshit on BGR’s rumor, but they also offer some more realistic possibilties.

I can’t tell you if this is actually going to happen or not, but I do know that the music industry needs some kind of earth shattering wake up call. This may or may not turn out to be it. Something needs to be done sooner rather than later.

"It’s not the music; people ingest music the same way. It’s just that the model of selling CDs has changed. So doing things the typical way is not in the best interests of anyone and not exciting for me."Jay to Billboard last month.


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104 Responses to “Jay-Z & Apple Launching Record Label?”

  1. music Says:

    First

  2. L.P.CROOKS Says:

    Werd?

  3. HHF Says:

    2

  4. L.P.CROOKS Says:

    “digital label?” How exactly would that work?

  5. webbie352 Says:

    hov is a hustla

  6. chea Says:

    lupe

    the cool

  7. HHF Says:

    L.P.CROOKS Says:

    January 3rd, 2008 at 12:03 am
    “digital label?” How exactly would that work?

    ^^All labels will probably be digital in the future. There are digital labels all over the internet right now.

    I could start talking about how some work, but I dont have all the details so Ill leave that alone.

  8. $***M-ROC***$ Says:

    L.P.CROOKS Says:
    January 3rd, 2008 at 12:03 am
    “digital label?” How exactly would that work?

    ^^^
    my guess is that most of the sales would be online through itunes or another similar service, with a smaller amount of attention being paid to actual physical CDs…it’s a good idea actually. almost no one buys CDs anymore, so they’re seeing the market shift and shifting their sales strategy to compensate.

  9. chea Says:

    HOLA MOSQUITOS!

  10. thoreauly77 Says:

    never work until torrents etc are shut down and that is impossible because there is no international legal entity that monitors the net. sorry charlie.

  11. $***M-ROC***$ Says:

    “HIP HOP STAR SAVES THE MUSIC INDUSTRY FROM ITSELF”

    i bet elvis and colonel parker would be rolling in their graves….serves those bastards right for stealing everything they knew from black blues musicians.

  12. $***M-ROC***$ Says:

    thoreauly77 Says:
    January 3rd, 2008 at 12:12 am
    never work until torrents etc are shut down and that is impossible because there is no international legal entity that monitors the net. sorry charlie.

    ^^^
    true dat, but they gotta start somewhere. by admitting that the online shift needs to happen, the wheels will slowly start grinding to life (hopefully).

  13. thoreauly77 Says:

    elvis and the col would probably admire his hustle. at least the col would.

  14. Tiro Says:

    elvis, was a hero to most…but he never meant shit to me

  15. thoreauly77 Says:

    “true dat, but they gotta start somewhere. by admitting that the online shift needs to happen, the wheels will slowly start grinding to life (hopefully).”

    – i agree with the sentiment, but don’t we all already know that? the online shift has been happening for several years with istore, rhapsody, etc, and in that sense, 4 years ago, they were ahead of the curb. however, nothing monumental has occurred except for the even more rampant proiferatrion of illegal downloading. by the way, i am not complaining or anything.

  16. HHF Says:

    $***M-ROC***$ Says:

    January 3rd, 2008 at 12:10 am
    L.P.CROOKS Says:
    January 3rd, 2008 at 12:03 am
    “digital label?” How exactly would that work?

    ^^^
    my guess is that most of the sales would be online through itunes or another similar service, with a smaller amount of attention being paid to actual physical CDs…it’s a good idea actually. almost no one buys CDs anymore, so they’re seeing the market shift and shifting their sales strategy to compensate.

    ^^^what he said……sheeeit, even myspace is a digital label right now. Anyone been caking up off myspace music sales?

  17. thoreauly77 Says:

    *proliferation

  18. rex hussla Says:

    This is a great idea…fuck the middle man hiking up prices, works good for everyone except the mom & pop shops.

  19. HHF Says:

    thoreauly77 Says:

    January 3rd, 2008 at 12:18 am
    “true dat, but they gotta start somewhere. by admitting that the online shift needs to happen, the wheels will slowly start grinding to life (hopefully).”

    – i agree with the sentiment, but don’t we all already know that? the online shift has been happening for several years with istore, rhapsody, etc, and in that sense, 4 years ago, they were ahead of the curb. however, nothing monumental has occurred except for the even more rampant proiferatrion of illegal downloading. by the way, i am not complaining or anything.

    ^^^some money is being made tho….but you are right, this digital label thing is not even close to the final answer

    I cant see anything other than musicians relying largely on live shows for their income

  20. rex hussla Says:

    No complaints from me, but how has downloading gotten so out of control? I remember four or five years ago the RIAA would shut your shit DOWN for having a couple of tracks here and there for download…now motherfuckers post whole artists’ libraries like it’s nothing. I could give two fucks though, I feel like Chappelle in that skit about the internet with bags full of music.

  21. rex hussla Says:

    ^^^some money is being made tho….but you are right, this digital label thing is not even close to the final answer

    I cant see anything other than musicians relying largely on live shows for their income

    __________________

    Co-sign that…but in the end, that’s how it should be. Labels have raped artists forever so this is what they get, and as long as you own your publishing you should be straight if you make good timeless music. Making timeless music that gets sampled, used in commercials or in movies in the future should be enough inspiration if you’re producing art…feel me?

  22. $***M-ROC***$ Says:

    Labels have raped artists forever so this is what they get, and as long as you own your publishing you should be straight if you make good timeless music. Making timeless music that gets sampled, used in commercials or in movies in the future should be enough inspiration if you’re producing art…feel me?

    ^^^
    PREACH, brother, PREACH!

    don’t even worry about the mom n pop stores in all of this, they’ve always been the ones who buy smaller runs of CDs anyway….if anything, the big box stores will phase out CDs because they won’t want to compete with online sales (that’s if online sales grow the way i think they will).

  23. HHF Says:

    ^^yeah I hear you……I have no problem with the new system. If the money is not easy only real shit will make it through.

  24. HHF Says:

    don’t even worry about the mom n pop stores in all of this, they’ve always been the ones who buy smaller runs of CDs anyway

    ^^^mom and pop stores actually get killed off 1st…..word to my uncle, and some others I know of that are strugggling. Nobody is trying to pay more than 11.99 for a CD, and a lot of mom and pops were based on the 16.99 profit margin.

  25. green eyes Says:

    but I do know that the music industry needs some kind of earth shattering wake up call. This may or may not turn out to be it. Something needs to be done sooner rather than later.

    ^ cosign. its time for brand new models. nothing that is representative of any past constructs will truly work. the game has changed too much, from artists to fans– its far past time the industry has embraced this change instead if pathetically attempting to sue it into oblivion.

    check history. you cant stop the revolution. no matter how hard you try.

    i applaud any change that will truly give equity to artists.

  26. young global Says:

    we’ll find out on the 15th @ MacWorld…..

  27. A yo Says:

    Is that Donyell Marshall in the background of that pic?

  28. green eyes Says:

    new post up for anyone interested
    click the blue… you know you wanna

  29. cMac Says:

    if Jay does go thru with this label. He wins, buddens lost.

    Buddens really really lost cause he has a macbook

  30. State of Grace Says:

    if Jay does go thru with this label. He wins, buddens lost.

    ^^It’s not Buddens wins if Jay doesn’t, he’s still Buddens.

    Anyway, I like the idea, but I have a hard time seeing how it’s going to differ from offering music via itunes since unless they’re assholes and use DRM, the songs can still all get stolen. But anything is possible, I mean, people pay money for water.

  31. uhhhh Says:

    LOL @ the ludacris lookin dude in the background

    dude is fuckkked up

  32. State of Grace Says:

    *It’s not LIKE

  33. D. Billz Says:

    green eyes Says:

    January 3rd, 2008 at 1:05 am
    but I do know that the music industry needs some kind of earth shattering wake up call. This may or may not turn out to be it. Something needs to be done sooner rather than later.

    ^ cosign. its time for brand new models. nothing that is representative of any past constructs will truly work. the game has changed too much, from artists to fans– its far past time the industry has embraced this change instead if pathetically attempting to sue it into oblivion.

    check history. you cant stop the revolution. no matter how hard you try.

    i applaud any change that will truly give equity to artists.

    ^Masjid.

    *outro*

  34. BK2LV Says:

    Artist need to actually put in some hard work and do some shows cause thats where they will make money and people will apperciate them more than just some fat star who sits at home and collects….

  35. BK2LV Says:

    Oh yeah and that ludacris dude is def donyell marshall….

    he looks tore down

    must have been at lebrons b bash

  36. nation Says:

    I know who I paid God…

  37. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    http://www.megaupload.com/?d=J675CJEO
    ^^^^
    Jay-Z – American Ironman

  38. chea Says:

    labcabincalifornia is one of my top 5 albums of all time

    fuck with me

  39. chea Says:

    gemini is a fucking untamed beast

    fnf up all day

  40. MissInfo.tv BLOG » Incomplete Thoughts: 1-02-08 Says:

    […] -Nahright reports that Boy Genius reports that Jay-Z is starting a label with Apple, and Nahright also reports that Crunchgear reports that Boy Genius is wrong. Why don’t rap artists who don’t need label-money create their own download models and then sell them to itunes, rhapsody, amazon etc. I’m not sure why Radiohead offer their album at pay-what-you-want rates? If Hov or 50 sold their next albums at full price, on those major sites, wouldn’t people would buy them? Oh, I dunno. […]

  41. rex hussla Says:

    Daaaaaaaaamnnnnn….that American Ironman Mixtape is bananas! That shit eats up all those other AG mixtapes.

  42. rex hussla Says:

    Wait, I got a little too excited…vocals are slowed down too much on a few tracks and are off a little bit, there’s a few serious burners on there though.

  43. buddyholly Says:

    rex hussla Says:
    Wait, I got a little too excited…

    ^^PAUSE

  44. chea Says:

    hold up let me say this:

    ghostface’s audio book >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> most dudes’ albums

    “life and def is like peanut butta and jelly”

    fuck the dumb shit this nugga is somewhat of a genius

  45. 911 Says:

    No complaints from me, but how has downloading gotten so out of control? I remember four or five years ago the RIAA would shut your shit DOWN for having a couple of tracks here and there for download…now motherfuckers post whole artists’ libraries like it’s nothing. I could give two fucks though, I feel like Chappelle in that skit about the internet with bags full of music.

    >smh and I agree. The moment your music is mastered and sent to print about a hundred or so sites has the whole joint up and all they ask is for a kudos, wild. Props. smh.

  46. 911 Says:

    I just watched a Lebron highlight package on nbatv…I can’t believe how good he’s gotten. It’s insane. Motherfuckers should hope the cavs don’t make the playoffs.

  47. chea Says:

    # 911 Says:
    January 3rd, 2008 at 3:23 am

    I just watched a Lebron highlight package on nbatv…I can’t believe how good he’s gotten. It’s insane. Motherfuckers should hope the cavs don’t make the playoffs.

    ^^

    nike wins…again

    damn TIs

  48. BK2LV Says:

    LeBron is nasty but his team is trash and unless they make a trade they gonna struggle.. esspecially when Lebron cools off

  49. 911 Says:

    Was Michael Jackson actually apart of that Rhymefest mixtape? I mean if that was him he actually seemed partially normal….the mixtape is aight too.

    *google for cavs forum*

  50. chea Says:

    # 911 Says:
    January 3rd, 2008 at 3:31 am

    Was Michael Jackson actually apart of that Rhymefest mixtape? I mean if that was him he actually seemed partially normal….the mixtape is aight too.

    ^^^

    i don’t think so lol

  51. 911 Says:

    Whud up chea, bk2lv?

    Lf: I wonder if people around lyfe jennings ever said to him, “nigga clear your throat” or “you wanna go to the doctor and get that checked out”.

    A dude would ask the first ? a female the second…should clear me of any meandering by the faithful.

  52. 911 Says:

    I know ’08 is the year of least hate…w/e w/e, but man why this nigga larry hughes got three tattoo tears, I mean the fuck. He seems like a aight dude, but the nigga can’t shoot jumpers and he’s a fucking shooting guard.

    *The browns are 10-6 and aren’t in the playoffs and LH is the cavs worst signing ever*

  53. BK2LV Says:

    what up///911

    yo i was listening to that ryme fest mj mixtape it was cool but idk i like that sheek louch mixtape

  54. BK2LV Says:

    i think LH got those for his bother who died… but he still a clown and i heard they gonna trade him for…..

    Bulls and Cavs were discussing Kirk Hinrich and Ben Wallace for Drew Gooden and Larry Hughes.

  55. BK2LV Says:

    that would be good for the cavs

  56. 911 Says:

    # chea Says:
    January 3rd, 2008 at 3:36 am
    # 911 Says:
    January 3rd, 2008 at 3:31 am
    Was Michael Jackson actually apart of that Rhymefest mixtape? I mean if that was him he actually seemed partially normal….the mixtape is aight too.
    ^^^
    i don’t think so lol

    >Damn, sad thing was I was playing that shit all new years day telling folk MJ was alright just the wack ass media only cover stories that only paint the picture the same color. *Why am I hopeful your wrong*

    Goes to MJ playlist…”beautiful b” comes downstairs, looks shakes her head and walks back upstairs…she’s the comedian. buster.

  57. 911 Says:

    # BK2LV Says:
    January 3rd, 2008 at 3:47 am

    i think LH got those for his bother who died… but he still a clown and i heard they gonna trade him for…..

    Bulls and Cavs were discussing Kirk Hinrich and Ben Wallace for Drew Gooden and Larry Hughes.

    >damn near breaks index, middle, ring, thumb and pinky in that order cueing up espn insider from the bookmarks…

    Yells optimistic, “you lying nigga”… Hope is my shit for ’08.

  58. 911 Says:

    Young Jeezy air forces is playing in party shuffle.

    who gives a fuck about friends, if you mix the baking soda wit it you could get a benz…

    sick. the thinking. that really is the thinking. plays it again. smh.

  59. BK2LV Says:

    yo im serious about hearing that trade rumor….

    but u right about Lebron i just watched what he did tonight in the 4th…. wow….. he made ty lue fall bad too

    *goes back to listening to come home with me* killa

  60. BK2LV Says:

    GM Danny Ferry’s efforts in the trade market have failed so far. There have been rumors of Larry Hughes being on the trading block recently, but executives around the NBA say he’s been on the block for two seasons.
    It isn’t that the Cavs can’t trade Hughes; it’s that they can’t make a deal in which they’d get better in doing so. Because of his hefty contract, his current value is near junk-bond status. — Akron Beacon-Journal

    An e-mailer who’s had some good information before wrote last week to say the Bulls and Cavs were discussing Kirk Hinrich and Ben Wallace for Drew Gooden and Larry Hughes.
    I’ve been unable to confirm if there have been such discussions. But I know the Cavs have locker-room and chemistry chaos. Damon Jones and Ira Newble declined to enter games last week, and the Cavs are desperate to deal Hughes. — Chicago Tribune

  61. ***biggumskiller*** Says:

    TELL GREENIE HER HUSBAND(ME)SAID I KNOW SHE MISS ME.
    ill be back around soon to save this sinking stinking ship.
    eskay cant do his numbers without numero uno around.

  62. BK2LV Says:

    dont worry ill tell her ^^^^

  63. ***biggumskiller*** Says:

    im the topic in every barbershop and beauty salon
    coz these other niggas on nahright aint on the shit that im on
    its biggums this biggums that biggums stay with a gat
    eskat got a shag shantis ass is flat
    but when i come around??sssssshhhh
    the talking stop
    my money long now
    i can make the pope get shot

  64. ***biggumskiller*** Says:

    where the fuck is my green tooth goon england rep??
    put his black ass on the mia list!!
    and good looking out bk2lv.
    whatever that name means
    im out like this website.
    HAPPY NAH YEAR.

  65. 911 Says:

    TELL GREENIE HER HUSBAND(ME)SAID I KNOW SHE MISS ME.

    Lmao @ Husband (me).

    *Chops Oak tree down – designs casket – builds – lays in it with power drill and screws – drills casket close – certain death.*

    Yo where you get that from bk2…? His name is Ira…damon is a sissy period

  66. BK2LV Says:

    @ bigUMMMkills

    BK2LV – I run shit from Brooklyn to Las Vegas easy to understand

    @ 911

    some espn insider thing
    i read about it like a week ago so it probably aint happening thou

    nsider.espn.go.com/nba/features/rumors?&action=login&appRedirect=http%3a%2f%2finsider.espn.go.com%2fnba%2ffeatures%2frumors

  67. Nick Breton Says:

    I don’t know what that would really change if this happened. Jay Z is already huge, Apple is already #1 in digital distribution, they could both just change what they wanted to now if they were going to change something. They are HUGE names, apple to the entire entertainment industry and Jay Z to hip-hop and the music biz, what are they going to do together that they aren’t doing now? Not that exciting. Check out my site. I think I have an answer to the industries cry for help, though it can only be done by indie labels, if a major tried it then we would really have a something to watch!

    Nick Breton
    Mouth of the Truth Incorporated
    http://www.mouthofthetruth.com

  68. 911 Says:

    yeah I just read it…

    If lebron goes to bk nets…I’ll be on some super ugly chit towards jay-z.

  69. 911 Says:

    Aight patna c Clifford Harris.

    1.

  70. BK2LV Says:

    1

  71. Paperstacker Says:

    Whats the difference between a digital label and a label that distributes music both digitally and in physical form??? What exactly is this label going to do?? I mean Itunes is already the digital distribution norm as far as downloading music legally goes. Amazon also offers DRM free music for like 99 cents a track and like $7.99 an album. You can burn it as many times as you want and transfer it to any mp3 player.

    Or is jay going to offer exclusive digital downloads that aren’t available on cd’s for less than itune’s competitors, that would be tight. The thing is people want DRM free type downloads like that shit amazon got. That way what you buy is transferable to any cd or mp3 player etc, not locked to one pc and ipod.

    whatever though, I only album that i paid for in 07 was The Cool. AG was a coaster.

  72. Paperstacker Says:

    1

  73. Joe 88 Says:

    *Turns up T.I feat Young Jeezy & Big Kuntry “Do U Patna”*

    Money you say you get, 30 mil in 6 years? Listen forbes put me down for 20, that was this yearT.I.P

  74. sleep Says:

    Lebron is a roc boy if he goes to the nets in 3 yrs which he will. I bet the knicks are gonna say that the nets where tampering which will be true. What other front office exec hangs out with players. Didn’t that coach get in trouble last year year for talking to some college odom parents

  75. Plug Says:

    *turns up Young Jeezy “I do this shid”*

    The chevy standin so tall, I’m lookin down on yall,
    thats all I gotta tell u Bloggers….

    Plug do this shid

    *daps Joe*

    I’m bumpin Jeezy all day today. nh

  76. G7 Says:

    my blog check is life or death, breathing with morning breath…

  77. Joe 88 Says:

    What it dew plug?

    *Continues watching Beef 4………………..on youtube*

    Youtube, the greatest thing since slice bread.

  78. Plug Says:

    “jeezy mcguire, Show me the money”

    chillin like a villian Joe. Bout to load up a bunch of youtubery to last me 8 hours in this bee-yach.

    a few stand up comics, and some smack dvd battles should keep me entertained.

  79. Plug Says:

    “jeezy mcguire, Show me the money”

    chillin like a villian Joe. Bout to load up a bunch of youtubery to last me 8 hours in this bee-yach.

    a few stand up comics, and some smack dvd battles should keep me entertained.

  80. Joe 88 Says:

    lol @ Warren G getting slapped off a cruise boat.

  81. Plug Says:

    where you see that at

  82. Joe 88 Says:

    It was a rumor that’s been floating around for years, still don’t know if it’s true, but the image I get in my head whenever I think of Warren G flying over a cruise boat rail from a back hand is priceless.

  83. Joe 88 Says:

    lol @ Camillionaire saying pall wall use to walk around with bibles in high school. Don’t know why that’s funny, but it is

  84. miltee Says:

    laff, I think hov is mad that he bought copies of AG and Kingdom Come and it still didn’t plat first week..

  85. Joe 88 Says:

    Why would he be mad? Jay-Z never went plat the first week

  86. Soul Clapper Says:

    Joe 88 Says:

    January 3rd, 2008 at 9:19 am
    Why would he be mad? Jay-Z never went plat the first week

    ————————————————————————————

    Kingdom Come didn’t go plat in Week 1? That shit must have…

  87. Joe 88 Says:

    >>>Kingdom Come didn’t go plat in Week 1? That shit must have…

    ^Someone find eskay, he knows

  88. Soul Clapper Says:

    Nope 680,000 copies it appears…

  89. D. Billz Says:

    Joe88… Plug… SoulClap… miltee…

    What it is?

  90. D. Billz Says:

    Joe 88 Says:

    January 3rd, 2008 at 8:17 am
    *Turns up T.I feat Young Jeezy & Big Kuntry “Do U Patna”*

    Money you say you get, 30 mil in 6 years? Listen forbes put me down for 20, that was this year – T.I.P

    ^DTP capo shots fired?

  91. Korean Slap Boxer Says:

    D. Billz, you got a copy of that track?

  92. Korean Slap Boxer Says:

    And The Wires off to a good start fyi..good morning ya’ll

  93. liveDEMO » Jay-Z feat. Apple? Says:

    […] Whohaa. After Jay “Business” Z left Def Jam last month it is now rumored that he launches a new record label together with Apple (Yes, that Apple!). Nahright hopes that this is the big wake up call the music industry needs right now. And what are the majors doing? The same old mistakes, like SpOn finds out. We stay tuned.. 03.01.08 • TEAM […]

  94. Brian Real Talk Says:

    Jay-Z……. SUCKS as a record exec… None of his artists have dont anything. Roc-a-fella has no artists that are doing well. Kanye is the only one and that was Dame Dash’s idea. All the artist on Def Jam who have done good were already successful and didnt need him. Plus you always gotta look at artists who try to run labels.. it hardly ever works and his music is not even great anymore. 38, 39 however old he is talking about hustlin and street shit. Come on man lets grow up. You can’t be on the a record exec talking about slangin rocks..lol Hip Hop is dying man right in front of our eyes and guess who messed it up…WE DID for letting people get away with this shit. I am tired of wack shit.. Jay-Z is wack

  95. Encyclopedia Black Says:

    I think that’s Donyell Marshall’s tore-up Ludacris lookin’ face in the background.

  96. Complex Blog » Rap Sheet: The Big Apple Says:

    […] New tunes: After shunning iTunes and refusing to let his American Gangster album be sold as singles, there’s a new rumor that Hov plans on starting a new record label with Steve Jobs’ Apple. […]

  97. Mic Lowrey Says:

    Mic Lowrey / Eye Style Music

    I think I will take my label digital, would not need permission from anybody to move anything, it cuts down on the whole distibute and shit thing and I would not have to pay for content that was not purchased and everything else is digital so why not, the distibutors now are itunes, rhapsody, yahoo, msn, napster and the like, so not having music for sale traditionally is not a problem and when people want to listen in their car, they just burn a cd anyway, but some people will always buy cd’s just like some always buy vinyl and others rock out to tapes and than there is the 8 track player, there is a market for everything, the question, if Jay do? If he does, everyone else will, he will take Rocafella with him, he needs to hire Dame to run that ship, and everyone else will go along wit him, Diddy, he sees the dollars he sees the money saved in not pressing up a million units only to sell only 500k like wit Press Play, everybody loved the singles he could of saved alot of time and money if it was just digital, imagine PRESS PLAY (Start of Digita Revolution) but Hov will do something he is not hinting for nothing, look at all his moves they always play out in front of your face and he tells you ahead of time (All I need is …Like Meth and Mary, Marvin and Tammy) Got B, took over the TV and than the world SMART DUDE

  98. Black hand Says:

    Online music is bad for everyone. first off online record labels are not hard anybody can start a label and second the Internet has become the Major label in a way.. artist shouldnt be looking to be signed anytime soon.

    The only people that matter in music is artist that create CONTENT or CONTENT controllers like managers or producers, online record labels dont need staff to run, so there goes more jobs lost. Advertising is the only thing that matters for online stores or online record labels.

    Music online is also bad because the quality of music is at a all time low because artsit dont need to hit a studio anymore. Since everyone listens to music on myspace or MP3s , our EAR will get use too bad music sounding good.

  99. 40 Inch Says:

    niggaz is stupid apple wont succeed. u actaully think major record labels would let dat happen?? they gonna pull all there songs of dat site and their goes da label. jay is a dumbass

  100. McLoven Says:

    Based on past history, once JayZ takes over you get more unwanted JayZ albums and no support for new artists.

  101. Terrell Weed Says:

    i think it would be great to have someone like jay z over apple

  102. GiZ Says:

    40 Inch Says:
    January 3rd, 2008 at 6:53 pm

    niggaz is stupid apple wont succeed. u actaully think major record labels would let dat happen?? they gonna pull all there songs of dat site and their goes da label. jay is a dumbass

    ^^^^^^

    Pull all their songs and they dont get sold….NO ONE BUYS CD’s ANYMORE

  103. Benhameen Says:

    The music business modelhas to change given all of the access we have to “free” content online. Record companies are losing money and less willing to take risks on new artists because its mad difficult for new artists to sell. Especially when creative individuals find ways of copping the music for free.

  104. rocstar Says:

    40 Inch Says:

    January 3rd, 2008 at 6:53 pm
    niggaz is stupid apple wont succeed. u actaully think major record labels would let dat happen?? they gonna pull all there songs of dat site and their goes da label. jay is a dumbass

    ^^^^^^^^

    ya a dumbass with half a billi in the bank

    actually more than that cuz they forgot to account what he did with the raw

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