'We been in talks of me possibly being released,' Yung Joc says before then adding, 'Why am I even signed if I can't put my music out.'
In a recent interview with Rolling Out TV, Yung Joc revealed his disappointment toward P. Diddy's Bad Boy Records to which he is currently signed. During the occasion, he addressed the company's failure to pay his royalties for his first two studio albums properly.
In addition, Joc also shared what makes his third studio album "Mr. Robinson's Neighborhood" got several pushbacks. At the end, he unveiled his desire to leave the record label. "This is how I feed my family. I be damned if I let a n**** put his foot on my neck and keep me down," he said.
"We been in talks of me possibly being released," the rapper continued. "I work very hard as an artist, and I'm still in a position where I'm not able to put out my music because of some conflicts of interest ... Why am I even signed if I can't put my music out ... I'm being held back."
Most recently, Yung Joc released his mixtape "Grind Flu" as a free download. "Fans all over the world have been eagerly waiting for me to release a new album and I felt the time was right at this very moment to release GRIND FLU for free, gift it to my fans and do things my way," he explained about the giveaway.