Aftermath Entertainment is all set to launch its triple-threat secret weapon; the initial strike, 50 Cent‘s Before I Self Destruct, will hit stores on December 16, followed by Eminem‘s highly-anticipated comeback album, R3LAPSE, next year, and hip-hop’s most anticipated album (maybe in history?), Dr. Dre‘s Detox. Once all the smoke has cleared, however, Aftermath emcee Bishop Lamont hopes to unveil his debut, The Reformation. In the meantime, though, the Carson, California native is ready to do some Missile Testing; while shouting Death to Infidels, Lamont explains that someone has been “disloyal” to his label. Who exactly is Bishop dissing? Could it be Busta Rhymes? (who left Aftermath for Motown, and then released Arab Money) How about Stat Quo? (who also left the ‘Math and whose gripes with the label are very well-documented). Possibly a combination of the two? Let the speculation begin!
Written by Burmy on 11/5/08
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