Rapper Yung Joc is officially free from any contractual obligations with his former label Block Entertainment. The Atlanta based rapper confirmed this with our friends over at Baller Status and stated wasn’t allowed to discuss any issues dealing with Block Entertainment to press due to a clause in one of the terms of his release.
“I just got my release and one of the terms of the release was a defamation clause, so honestly, I can’t really talk about it too much.” Yung said. “I’ve been released, severed the business ties. May God bless them and their regime, but I’m doing my own thing now.”
As far as future endeavors, Joc is in the midst of talking with a few other labels working out other contract agreements, though he wouldn’t drop any names.
Joc positively states: “I’m actually in negotiations right now with a few labels. I just choose not to call out the different entities. Things are looking very good, God is very good. When I was going through this whole thing with the Bad Boy/Block situation, I didn’t know what the other side was going to be. I didn’t know if there was going to be light on the other end. I was hopeful, but it’s actually working out for the best. I ain’t mad, nobody’s mad right now, everything is good.”
He has previously released two albums under BadBoy and Block Entertainment: 2006’s New Joc City and 2007’s Hustlenomics.