Strange Music & Tech N9ne Sign Former No Limit Records Star Young Bleed
The gold-certified onetime No Limit soldier gets down with the Missouri imprint after a two-album stint with C-Bo's West Coast Mafia Records.
Baton Rogue, Louisiana emcee Young Bleed has a new label home. The longtime No Limit Records artist, who struck a gold album in his 1997 debut, My Balls, My World has reportedly signed to Tech N9ne's Strange Music imprint. KevinNottingham.com announced the signing, which had been in development since May.
Bleed's last album, 2007's Once Upon A Time In Amedica and 2005's Rise Thru Da Ranks From Earner Tugh Capo were released through C-Bo's West Coast Mafia imprint.
Strange Music has previously signed another 1990s star in Brotha Lynch Hung, who has since released two charting albums with the Missouri independent label. This month, Strange released Tech N9ne's All 6's & 7's and plans Jay Rock's debut, Follow Me Home for next month.