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Al B. Sure says he spoke with Andre Harrell about the Uptown Records documentary, before his death, and Harrell asked him to do the soundtrack, but that he’s been excluded from everything, since his death, and those in charge are acting like he wasn’t even a part of Uptown

Al B. Sure spoke out about the upcoming Uptown Records documentary. He said that, before Andre Harrell's death, that the two of them spoke about this docu-series, and that Harrell wanted him to work on the soundtrack. However, since Andre Harrell's death, Al B. Sure! says he hasn't heard anything from the producers, and when he asked about being involved with the project, they told him everything was covered, and he's not even mentioned in the doc, despite being Uptown's first artist and the highest-selling, during his run with the label.

Al B. Sure spoke out about the upcoming Uptown Records documentary. He said that, before Andre Harrell's death, that the two of them spoke about this docu-series, and that Harrell wanted him to work on the soundtrack. However, since Andre Harrell's death, Al B. Sure! says he hasn't heard anything from the producers, and when he asked about being involved with the project, they told him everything was covered, and he's not even mentioned in the doc, despite being Uptown's first artist and the highest-selling, during his run with the label.By Jay Rich
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer

Anyone who follows Al B. Sure!, on social media, knows that he is one of the most-positive people there is. Literally, all he shares is love, and throwbacks from when he was number one in the game. Coincidentally, when he ruled the game, Uptown Records was on top.

Before Uptown Records became an iconic label, Al B. Sure! was the man that helped Andre Harrell put the label on the map. He was right there, with Heavy D and The Boyz. Before Andre Harrell died, he spoke to Al B. Sure about doing the soundtrack for the Uptown docu-series.

Since Al B. Sure died, work on the Uptown Records docu-series is going forward, airing on BET. However, Al B. Sure has revealed he wasn’t even consulted. He said that when he reached out, they told him everything was covered, and that he’s barely even mentioned in the series, despite being the label’s first artist, and their original highest-selling artist.

Source: The Jasmine Brand

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