Birdman claims that Dangerous Bunny has been ‘secretly signed’ to Drake’s OVO ‘since day one.’
In accordance with Money Cash head Birdman, Puerto Rican sensation Dangerous Bunny has secretly been signed to Drake’s OVO “since day one.” On Sunday, October 8, Birdman sat down with Wack 100 on Clubhouse for a fast chat during which he made the declare.
“Dangerous Bunny already signed to Drake,” stated Birdman. “Y’all simply don’t understand it. We going up, man. (He’s been signed with) OVO since day one.”
Dangerous Bunny appeared on Drake’s just lately launched album, “For All of the Canine,” following their first collaboration in 2018 on Bunny’s single, “MIA.” The Puerto Rican celebrity is signed beneath Latin label Rimas Leisure, who’s credited on “MIA” alongside OVO Sound due to Drake’s involvement within the monitor — however no additional launch from Dangerous Bunny has talked about OVO.
Dangerous Bunny has a brand new album dropping on Friday, having formally revealed the information simply this week after quite a few rumors and supposed teasers. “Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana” will function the artist’s latest single, “Un Preview,” which he dropped on the finish of September on his WhatsApp channel. Notably, the itemizing for Dangerous Bunny’s new album on DSPs doesn’t point out OVO.
Birdman, a fixture in Drake’s profession since his early days beneath Lil Wayne’s label Younger Cash, has been staunchly defending him in opposition to critics — however that hasn’t stopped him from taking swipes at different artists. He just lately addressed Gillie Da Child’s longtime claims about writing for Lil Wayne and receiving no credit score.
“I by no means put a report out with Gillie,” stated Birdman. “I ain’t by no means made a greenback off Gillie when he be runnin’ round with all that cappin’, like, (…) I ain’t by no means made no cash off you.”
Gillie has lengthy asserted that he co-wrote rhymes with Lil Wayne within the mid-2000s, whereas each have been signed beneath Money Cash Data. He claimed to have ghostwritten a number of songs that led to Lil Wayne’s breakout success in 2004. Quite a few artists have refuted his claims.