Bobby Shmurda confirms ROC Nation’s management agreement
When it comes to releasing new music, Bobby Shmurda has taken a different path than some of his colleagues who have previously served time in prison. According to a new feature in the New York Times, the 27-year-old Brooklyn rapper has signed a management contract with Roc Nation. The “Hot Nigga” rapper has a more mature take on life now that he is more committed in his career than he was when he was out on the streets.
It is likely that he will ask questions, and not just ask, but understand them. ” Brinkley is the label’s senior vice president of artist management. Shmurda. For those who have never met him, it is impossible to imagine what he went through without seeing him in it. What do you need him for?” “I’m here to work, what do you want me to do?” A long number of artists, including Megan Thee Stallion, Meek Mill and The LOX, are managed by the label.
There are plans for a documentary or feature film about Shmurda’s fast-rising music career, stint in prison, and subsequent release.