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The split news comes in the wake of the disappointing sales of Carey's latest album 'Me. I Am Mariah... The Elusive Chanteuse'.
The producer compares the diva's latest studio effort to Kriss Kross and Bow Wow's records that had low first-week sales before selling millions.
The producer, who now manages Carey, has been criticized by fans who say that the poor sales of the diva's 'Elusive Chanteuse' happen because he didn't promote it.
The pop diva leaves Red Light Management and gets the So So Def label founder as her new manager.
The producer, who had been working with the Kris Kross member since early 1990s, said that he would have helped if he knew how serious the rapper's drug use was.
The 'Snow White and the Huntsman' actress flashes smiles despite her injury and manages to pose without the crutches.
So So Def Recordings draws big stars, including Jay-Z, Carey, Usher and Nelly, to its 20th birthday party last Saturday night at Atlanta's Fox Theatre.
The 'We Belong Together' hitmaker excitedly reveals to her Twitter followers that she has reunited with her longtime producer to work on new music.
Featuring music news, a blog and fashion advice, Jermaine Dupri hopes the online forum help fans interact with each other.
Linked to a pregnant music dancer in Georgia, the musician has stated, 'Contrary to all the rumors I'm not expecting.'
Mimi also reveals on Ustream live chat that Bryan-Michael Cox is involved in the making of her next studio album.
The material which will be released next Tuesday is the one Janet Jackson records for movie 'Why Did I Get Married Too?'.
Usher, Robin Thicke, Tyrese Gibson and Trey Songz are invited to lend their vocal to 'The Secret Garden (Sweet Seduction Suite)' remix project.
The pair who ended their romance after dating for almost seven years will rekindle their relationship in the recording booth.
Although Jermaine Dupri reveals his track 'Can't Stop Partying' was written while he was drunk, he is honored Weezer love the single and decide to put it on their album.