In the amount of time that has gone by since rapper/producer Dr. Dre announced he was going to release his final studio album entitled Detox, the phrase “highly-anticipated” has been used 4.8 billion times. During this same stretch of time rapper Bishop Lamont was discovered by Dre and inked to a recording contract with Aftermath Entertainment. Known as a mecca for talent, home to both Eminem and 50 Cent, Lamont has waited patiently for the label to give him his time to shine. While the rapper just recently released his Pope Mobile mixtape, featuring the Scott Storch-produced and Pooh Bear-featured All I Dream About, Lamont is excitedly gearing up for the 2008 release of his debut album, The Proclamation.
Written by DJ Z on 12/27/07
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