“I just want to thank everyone who came out and supported me,” said R.I.P. to my fans.
I wish you the best in your next life.
I also want to say thank you to my family and friends.
This is a huge moment for me.
I want to be honest with you guys and say I’m just as excited about the future of the label as I am.
And it will be even bigger with the new artist, the new label, and all the artists who will be signed and the label’s success.
I just want everyone to know that I have no fear of the future.
I will take this moment and take this responsibility seriously.
I.P., who’s a member of Toronto’s rap collective The B-52s, will be joining Snoop Dogg, Busta Rhymes, Diddy, 50 Cent, and others on a new label called XXL.
The label will be produced by Drake’s manager Jay Z, and XXL will feature Snoop’s music and videos.
The first track to be released is “Holla At Me,” the new song by rapper Busta Raps.
The song was inspired by a moment in R.A.P./B.I.’s Life On The Run album, when the rapper went to a party to celebrate a friend’s birthday.
As he went out to his car, Bustas father was waiting for him and offered him a ride.
“I was just walking in the backseat and he started talking to me and he said, ‘How you doing baby, how you doing?'”
Busta said in an interview with XXL last month.
“He told me, ‘You’re a genius.’
And he just told me that.”
Busta says he wanted to make the song because he was inspired.
“That was one of the biggest influences on me.
And I think that was just one of those moments when I thought, I don’t know what else to do with myself, I need to just be myself,” Busta told XXL at the time.
“And I thought ‘I’ll just do this thing, it’s like a song and it’s a tribute to my father.
I can’t do it any other way.'”
Busta continued, “I think that’s when I realized that it was me and it was the right thing to do.
And then it’s just been going and going and gone, I’ve never felt better, ever.
And now I’m happy and I’m going to continue doing my thing.”
“Hola,” a song from the new album, features Busta and Snoop.
“Hole” is the song that will debut on the label, which is scheduled to be launched in April.
“We’ve got this song that I wrote for the label,” Snoop said at a news conference earlier this month.
Snoop also revealed a new album title, “Tru”, and said that the name was inspired from the rapper’s new album cover.