February 7, 2008

M.O.P Leaving G-Unit Records Shopping For New Deal

Brooklyn rap group M.O.P. is searching for a new label home, as they prepare to leave 50 Cent's G-Unit imprint, the group's manager Laze Elliot told AllHipHop.com.

"As soon as I lock down the new situation, it will be official," Laze told AllHipHop.com, adding that the terms were definitely “amicable.”

While M.O.P.'s three year stint on G-Unit did not yield an album, the group benefited greatly from the situation, according to their longtime manager.

"The great thing about the G-Unit deal is that it cleared all the debts the group carried over the years," Laze explained. "So we are starting basically from scratch."

Yeahhh Im glad this is happening, everyone is concentrating on there own camps. Curtis is doing his Mixtape thing with the whole G-Unit minus Buck. (We will see where that leads when the truth unravels.) Now the Bk Homies are looking for a new label...and the group is taking a brake to work on their solo albums. Much luck to them, they deserve to see the light of day in this business. KOCH call these homies up -

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