Bobby Shmurda is celebrating his independence.
The Brooklyn rapper has introduced that he’s not signed to Epic Information after campaigning for his launch from his label.
“I simply signal my launch papers additionally jus made ah milly right now,” Shmurda wrote in an Instagram Story on Thursday.
He’s already transferring ahead with plans to launch his music independently. “I can’t wait to drop s/o my n***a @Trulife ahh ahh ahh my n***a I’m taking pictures my 1st independence video right now known as Getting Em Again we celebrating all week in KODs come out nd Monday starlets,” he added.
A supply confirms to Complicated that Bobby is out of his Epic Information deal.
Final month, the “Sizzling Ni**a” hitmaker put the label and its CEO Sylvia Rhone on blast whereas saying that he needed out of the deal, which he signed when he was simply 19.
“I bought a 70 12 months outdated woman working my label and I like her dearly however doesn’t wish to let me go at alllllllll,” he wrote in a since-deleted put up. “It doesn’t matter what I do I’ve been signal to them since I used to be 19 I did six years in jail attempting to get off this label earlier than I got here residence you identify one individual within the business a lable [sic] retains register jail for six years???? Yeah IK IK I made them extra thousands and thousands than they ever gave me!!! Simply let me gooo.”
He additionally claimed that he felt imprisoned by his contract. “It’s been ah 12 months now I nonetheless really feel like I’m in jail,” he wrote in his caption.
Final December, he stated that his debut album was nearly executed, however he didn’t know when it could be dropping.
Shmurda signed with Epic in July 2014, however he by no means launched an album on the label. Later that 12 months, he was arrested and charged with conspiracy to homicide, weapons possession, and reckless endangerment. After serving over six years in jail, he was launched in February 2021.
Prior to now 12 months since his homecoming, he has dropped a sequence of singles together with his most up-to-date, “Shmoney” that includes Quavo and Rowdy Insurgent.