LL Cool J, according to reports, Returns Home To Def Jam Recordings

HipHop News Posted on September 22, 2019 at 7:18am

LL Cool J, according to reports, Returns Home To Def Jam Recordings

Swizz Beatz says DMX has also returned to join the iconic label's list.

New York, NY – LL Cool J signed his first record contract with Def Jam Recordings in the 1980s as the footprint of the first artist.

Their debut album, 1985's Radio, featured the iconic singles such as "Rock The Bells" and "I can't Live Without My Radio". With the exception of the Jazzy Jay-assisted "I Need A Time (Remix)," all the songs were produced by Def Jam co-founder Rick Rubin. .centered-ad {

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According to AllHipHop, Ladies Love Cool James has returned home to Def Jam. Sources on the label, according to reports, he could not disclose when he was going to put the new music, but said, "it could be" soon.

After 13 albums with Def Jam — including 1990 Mama Said Knock you Out — LL left the label in 2008. In the course of his career, he has been nominated five times for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, but has yet to be admitted.

Currently leads his own SiriumXM show called Rock The Bells, and still playing NCIS Special A


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