This could all be due to a misunderstanding, but Boosie Badazz is setting the record straight.
Yung Bleu is a rising artist with a slew of partnerships under his belt, including a deal with Boosie’s Badazz Music Syndicate label.
When Bleu sat down with VladTV last year, he suggested that things weren’t always as they looked.
“It’s more difficult for me than contracts,” Bleu has stated.
“It’s more like, contracts aren’t actually contracts. It’s akin to… loyalty… I’m not technically a Boosie artist. I’m just singed to him because we’ve just tied the knot. He let me sign my other contract, he allowed me go sign my new contract, and I just let him retain the contract.”
Boosie was informed of Bleu’s statements in a recent follow-up.
“Nah, bruh,” Boosie answered, “I have no idea what Bleu is talking about.” “Right now, he owes me three albums. I’m still waiting for him to hand in the first one. He probably said that since I let him do him, so turn this one in. I don’t restrain him. Things I let Bleu do as a CEO aren’t easy to let go of, but he’s a megastar. You have to let megastars do what they want because they’ll still bring the bag in. I’ve always believed in him. I’ve believed in him since the beginning.”
“Right now, it’s paying off,” Boosie continued.
“He’ll release the album, and the sky’s the limit.” Yung Bleu has been in Los Angeles working with hitmakers on his song, and fans should be pleased to hear what he’s come up with, according to him. Boosie also lauded Bleu’s hustler mindset, noting that the young musician is “hungry,” which sets him apart from many of his peers.