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NOLA RAPPER FORVER HOOD TURNED DOWN QUALITY CONTROL DEAL TO START HIS OWN RECORD LABEL

Rapper Forever Hood (IG: @4ordahood )

“IT ISN’T ALWAYS PEACHES AND CREAM” said Rapper Forever Hood (IG: @4ordahood ) during an KMB-TV interview, while expressing why he left Quality Control, a major record label in ATL.

The local New Orleans rapper said he left QC record label to start his own label, after backing out of a contract because the label felt he didn’t have enough leverage.

The rapper has since started “3139” record label in efforts to help young rappers in the industry with studio time and management!

The rapper also mentions how New Orleans Culture is everywhere, especially in Atlanta, so once the rapper realized that, he knew home is where he needed to be. WE LOVE TO SEE IT🔥💪🏾 

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