My last project [C.A.S.H.] was on my own production company [through] E1 Entertainment [formerly Koch].
That was the first time that I executive produced my own project. This time around I wanted to do it on a more major level. I’ve got a lot of major deals on the table right now. I’m just letting my people figure out what’s the best situation for me, so we in a lot of meetings.
It’s like a bidding war. We got people giving us proposals as we speak, so I should have that situated in no more than a month-and-a-half or two months. And then my album will be done around that time, so I should be ready to rock. [I will] put out a single before the year is out, and the album will probably drop top of the year. [Around] February, [or] something like that.
tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:
September 21st, 2012 at 4:53 pm
Iron Solomon never stood a chance
> He wouldve gotten a better reception if the crowd was more mixed, or it was a grindtime battle. His cadence was hella annoying and he kept doing what didnt work . He woulda lost to any decent nigga with rhythm, mook wasnt saying shit.
Yea Solomon was at a major disadvantage his bars weren’t bad but his flow sucks and he don’t switch it up. Mook role his whole steez down. The crowd was Zzzzzz status for Solomon and he melted e just quit lol