In 2010, L.A. Reid left Def Jam and would soon be hired at Epic Records, an urban music label, which has fallen under the radar. Epic Records once had a cross promotional deal with eOne Music, then known as Koch Records. During this period of time, the label boasted such talents as Sean Kingston and many others.
Since then, however, Epic Records went on a major slump, which L.A. Reid is pulling them out of with his selection of talent. In 2011, Atlanta rapper, Future, impressed L.A. Reid and he signed him to Epic Records. Rocko and his A1 Recordings were also included in this deal, which has led to a strong deal in the works, as Young Scooter is the next product from their deal.
Ca$h Out, who is signed to local label, Bases Loaded Records, would also catch the attention of L.A. Reid and he would sign with Epic Records. During Ca$h Out’s latest interview with Vlad TV, he would discuss his work with Reid. Always humble, Ca$h Out said he is honored to have the chance to work with someone like L.A. Reid.
Watch the entire interview below: