Whether they are still releasing music or not, there have been a fair amount of rappers who have been painfully dropped from their label. They may carry on with their releases for fans as independent artists, but there were times where the labels were not satisfied with their work, resulting in their departure from it all.
Trinidad was infamously dropped from Def Jam a few years ago, which he announced on Twitter before letting fans know he could get his new album for free.
Omarion may be settled into Maybach Music, but the singer was once signed to Young Money for four days before being dropped.
While he claimed after that he didn’t get dropped, Universal Motown reportedly dropped Ron Browz back in 2009, shortly after his track “Pop Champagne” blew up on the charts.