Montana of 300 may have a blockbuster deal coming soon. The “Cursed With A Blessing” rapper revealed labels are willing to work with him on a deal package.
On Facebook, Montana wrote, “Right here, where I’m at with no deal. Got every label asking me, ‘Well what kind of deal do you want? We can make it work.’ #RapGod #FGEs**t
Montana recently made his way to New York City with his FGE camp to talk business with a few labels, including 300 Entertainment, Republic Records and Cash Money Records.
300 Entertainment is an independent record company founded by industry veterans Lyor Cohen, Roger Gold, Kevin Liles and Todd Moscowitz. The label boasts a slew of talented artists, including Fetty Wap, Migos and Young Thug.
Montana posted several photographs onto social media of himself and his team in various business meetings.
A few days ago, the “Cursed With A Blessing” rapper revealed that Def Jam, Columbia Records and GOOD put deals on the table for him.
“Def Jam, Columbia Records and Good Music all wanna sign me. #RapGod,” he wrote on Twitter.
Montana made his way to Los Angeles where he linked up with Def Jam founders Russell Simmons and Rick Rubin as revealed on IG.
“In a house fulla millionaires #RapGod #RusselSimmons #RickRubin,” the caption on Montana’s post read.
Montana also collaborated with Kanye West on new music in LA.
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Montana of 300 Says Labels Are Willing To Work With Him On Deal
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