Kurupt Discusses Project With Pete Rock & DJ Premier
DJ Quik keeps sending me heaters everyday to add to that [though], so do Teddy Riley and Snoopy, so its getting bigger every second, Kurupt told DX. But my G-Boy Status album is basically DJ Premier and Pete Rock overseeing the whole gig. [The album is] straight Hip Hop, emcee shit, gangsta rap, everything mixed up in one [album]. You cant even characterize it.
An initial sampling from G-Boy Status, the Pete Rock produced Yessir, premiered on DX earlier this week [click to listen].
No tentative release date has been set yet for G-Boy Status. Nor has there been a date confirmed for the release of the first compilation project from Kurupts Pentagon Entertainment label (which is distributed via Fontana/Universal Records), or the additional projects he currently has planned.
Me and Snoop doing one right now, he revealed, a Niggerachi Presents album that Snoops doing on me with him, DJ Quik and Teddy Riley. I [also] got a record with [just] DJ Quik that Im doing, Life After 70. And thats gonna musically best describe places that Im trying to go for this new Kurupt sound.
Kurupts current sound can be heard on the iTunes-exclusive Dogg Pound project, Lets Ride Tonight, and will soon be heard on the next DPG album proper, 100 Wayz. Kurupt and Daz are meeting with several major labels to discuss distributing the album after their deal with Cash Money Records to release the project fell through last fall [click to read]. Right now me and Daz is concentrating on making the album itself while we talk to people, said Kurupt. So we have no home for [the album] yet.