Chief Keef’s manager Rovan “Dro” Manuel has stepped up to speak out on his client’s Interscope Records contract details leaking last month.
Asked if it is true Interscope can release him if his Finally Rich debut does not sell at least 250,000 copies, Dro confirmed those leaked details hold weight.
“I’d imagine they would have some kind of clause like that, but with us doing what we did without promotions, videos, nothing, we’ve already sold 170, 180 [thousand copies] and we have until December,” Dro explained in an interview. “So, I’m not worried about that, no one’s worried about that. We’re gonna beat that with our eyes closed without doing anything.” (Best of Both Offices)
The rapper’s manager also gave his thoughts on how Keef will have changed upon finsihing up a 60-day juvenile detention sentence.
“I think he [will]. I got a message from him that he’s had a wake-up call. This is a wake-up call for him. It wasn’t even his fault that it happened, but it happened. I think he’s gonna come out a different person. I think he’s gonna come out with some new music, a new attitude…he’s gonna get out and do some shows, and hopefully go up the charts. And shoot the video for “Hate Being Sober.”” (Best of Both Offices)
This is EbenGregory.com…telling you once you get the right image the details aren’t that important.