Joyner Lucas is formally a free agent and he would not appear to be enthusiastic about becoming a member of anybody else’s roster anytime quickly.
It was on Sunday that the rapper took to Twitter to disclose that he was not signed with Atlantic Records. “The face of a 2x Grammy nominated, platinum promoting, stress free wealthy n-gga,” he penned in a tweet. “Did I neglect to say I’m now 100% [independent]?. which implies im not signed to ATLANTIC.”
Lucas asserts that issues have ended on good phrases, noting that Atlantic is a “nice report label” with “nice folks.”
“I simply needed to be again on my Independant wave,” he provides.
Under his time with Atlantic, Joyner dropped off his 508-507-2209 album and made waves together with his viral “I am Not A Rapper” visible, which earned him a type of referenced GRAMMY nominations for Best Music Video. The different one comes from a visitor verse on Eminem’s “Lucky You.” The deal was first set into movement in 2016, but it surely seems to be like Joyner obtained his fill of the label route and as he notes, is able to get again to doing issues on his personal phrases.
Just this week, Lucas additionally revealed that he was finished with press/media runs, citing what he deems to be disrepsect from members of the press, even mentioning the time Peter Rosenberg was flipping by his telephone when he interviewed Lucas.
“I am all set with interviews,” he introduced. “It looks as if the agenda is to make us look loopy for scores and views. Less is extra.”