CHRIS BROWN IN TALKS TO JOIN QUALITY CONTROL MUSIC

Updated: Jan 12


Chris Brown is reportedly in talks to sign a deal with Quality Control Music, according to 'The Jasmine Brand'.


Founded by Kevin “Coach K” Lee and Pierre “P” Thomas in 2013, Quality Control is home to rappers such as Migos, Lil Baby, Lil Yachty and City Girls, with Cardi B also signed under a management deal.


Through his own CBE label, Chris Brown released his first four albums Chris Brown, Exclusive, Graffiti and F.A.M.E. on Jive Records, before the label was absorbed by RCA Records in 2011. Brown then released his next five albums, Fortune, X, Royalty, Heartbreak on a Full Moon and Indigo, on RCA.

In January 2019, Chris Brown signed a new licensing deal with RCA to make him one of the youngest artists to own his masters. At the time, RCA said the deal “not only extends the successful, intensely creative relationship between him and his partners at RCA, but allows Brown to become one of the youngest recording artists to ever own any of his master recordings.


How do yall feel about Breezy joining the likes of Migos, Lil Baby, Lil Yachty, Lakeyah, & The City Girls over at QC Music?

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