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Calboy Warns Artists Against Signing To RCA Records & Polo Grounds Music

Written by on March 19, 2022

Tune in to a different installment of a rapper sharing his grievances along with his document label. It is not unusual, particularly in Hip Hop, for artists to talk overtly concerning the conflicts they’ve with their groups. From administration to publicists to money-hungry accountants, rappers have typically emerged on social media to air out behind-the-scenes drama they’ve encountered. 

File labels are common targets for such posts and heated discussions, and just lately, Calboy penned a prolonged message warning new artists to keep away from inking contracts with RCA Information or Polo Grounds Music.

“All upcoming and unsigned artist please don’t signal to @rcarecords or @pologroundsmusic Bryan Leach,” Calboy wrote in a textual content picture. He added extra ideas within the caption.

“For years I used to be quiet and respectful. Being a staff participant,” the rapper said. “For the previous two years I’ve spent my very own 100s of hundreds to place my music out however but they nonetheless wanna profit off me n not put anything in …I obtained a gold album however they received’t depend it ..obtained hit singles they received’t depend & after all my break through hit single which is 4x platinum,making them tens of millions, I nonetheless haven’t seen a royalty.”

“Now they wanna take down Black Coronary heart which goes loopy rn !” he added. “I put my complete life into music and I went so many alternative routes earlier than this one. To all my supporters and buddies spam these ppl inform em let me go! @rcarecords @pologroundsmusic ain’t been paid in 4 years from y’all ppl n it was sh*t to start with I’ll throw tht again.”

Calboy requested to be launched and tagged RCA, Sony Music, and Polo Grounds in his publish. His followers took to his feedback with “Free Calboy” reactions, however it’s unclear if he’ll be capable of work independently anytime quickly. In a separate video, the rapper declared, “I ain’t no slave, bro.” Take a look at Calboy’s posts under.

Supply: HotNewHipHop

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