On Friday, the New York Times confirmed the new deal. This change in management comes ahead of Shmurda's highly anticipated forthcoming album that is rumored to feature Da Baby and Migos.
Since his release from federal prison in February, the 27-year-old has been met with a flurry of fresh opportunities. It was recently announced that offers for a documentary about Shmurda's music and incarceration were rolling in, though there is no word on which networks have bid for the film. However, acquiring new management under Roc Nation is likely a sign that a final decision on the doc is near.
Congratulations, Bobby Shmurda!
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