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Drake will be releasing a documentary titled “Homecoming: The Lost Footage” on March 19 in select theaters. The Documentary is executive produced by J.Prince CEO of Rap-A-Lot Records and his son Jas Prince. There will be footage from Drake’s 2009 performance in Toronto’s Sound Academy, as well as appearances and commentary from King of the Trill Bun B.
CEO of Rap-A-Lot records JPrince sends out a “Courtesy call” to Diddy, Lil Wayne, and Suge Knight. The tension has been rising after Diddy punched Drake back in December. and for those wondering what does JPrince has to do in all of this, well JPrince has played a key role in Drake’s career and has mentored him throughout the way. JPrince had been in a lawsuit with Cash Money Records a few years ago and apparently it has not yet been settled.
JPrince starts by stating ” Letting them know Drake is family.” he then goes on to addressing Diddy ” First of all Puffy feeling like he can put his hand on my family, open the doors for his family to be touched, you reap what you sow.”
“Suge Knight, I accept any invitation you want to bring, I’m your worst nightmare.”
“And to Baby and Slim, I will not allow it to stay on my track record that Cash Money took anything from me and my son. Do right by me and pay every penny due. I’m not going to lip wrestle with you but if any of you clowns cross me or my family bad news is going to beat you home.”
Being managed by owner of Rap-A-Lot records, James Prince, Andre Ward inks a deal with music mogul Jay Z’s Roc Nation Sports. Roc Nation Sports recently opened up a boxing promoting division back in August 2014. Ward gives credit to his manager James Prince for paving the way for his recent break with Goosen Promotion and union with Roc Nation Sports. Ward is now the official face for the boxing promotion divion of Roc Nation Sports.