Which is a good thing when you have a new single dropping Friday and a new album hitting November 17th, as Shady does.
Em’s also using the increased profile to tend to label business, announcing today that Shady Records has signed Compton rapper Boogie. (Who’s not the one with a hoodie.)
— Shady Records, Inc. (@ShadyRecords) October 11, 2017
Boogie was part of Shady Records digital cypher last night. He spits first:
What do you think? Can Shady Records make Boogie a star?