Will Jeremih sign with G-Unit Records?

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

By The Music Scoop
JR Staff Writer

Earlier this year, 50 Cent said he helped to save Jeremih's career. It was two years ago when Jeremih first made it big. Signing with Def Jam, his "Birthday Sex" single became a minor hit during the spring of 2009. But, following the success of the single, Jeremih was forgotten by most people.

However, last December he released "Down on Me" and later 50 Cent was added to the song. After 50 Cent was added to the song, it became Jeremih's biggest hit. Jeremih has replaced Joe as the hook man on most G-Unit songs. Aside from working with 50 Cent, he has also recorded with Lloyd Banks.

Throughout his career, 50 Cent has had issues with Def Jam. When he was outsold by Kanye West, 50 Cent said Def Jam purchased most of the records. 50 Cent said he would release an album every time a major Def Jam artist intended to release an album. Discrediting Jay-Z's role as CEO of Def Jam, 50 said he had the same deal with Interscope Records, minus the title.

Recently, 50 Cent said he would not do business with Def Jam because they are in financial trouble. But, over the years, artists signed to Def Jam have been interested in joining G-Unit. With 50 Cent expanding his label, with his new deal with EMI Records, he is looking for new artists. 50 Cent entered a partnership with Shawty Lo and D4L Records. Currently, he is searching for more partnerships and more artists. Due to the relationship he already has with Jeremih, could 50 Cent possibly sign Jeremih to his G Note label?


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