Alabama MC says during Warner Bros. deal money started to ‘mysteriously disappear’ from his budget, explains what he learned from sitting in jail
by Ural Garrett
“So I’m with Warner Bros. and money starts “mysteriously” disappearing out of my budgets and budgets being misused. Now this was in 1999 and 2000 where they were dropping nearly half a million on a recording budget so it was one of those real situations where they were giving out checks to folks and you know a lot of people from Atlanta got in on it and some other folks and everybody was just stealing it basically. So Time Warner gets ready to merge with AOL and they were starting to audit these companies so the people who were stealing the money decided they didn’t want to get caught so “mysteriously” a relief letter from my representation shows up asking for my release because of some breach in contract that Warner was supposed to have committed and they didn’t breach no contract it was just a way out before they got caught. So that’s how that folded.”
Alabama based rapper 6 Tre G, best known for his hit song “Fresh,” talks about the road he took to get to where he is and where he wants to be. He recounts past mistakes and the wrongs he faced early in the game. 6 Tre G gives details on the upcoming album, record label, artists and his plans to change the music game in Alabama.
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