Eve has been Dropped from Geffen Records

27 Sep

EveThe bad news continues for Eve, first her clothing line, Fetish, was shut down and now she is without a label deal. Originally, Eve was signed to Interscope Records through Ruff Ryders.

In 2005, however, she left Ruff Ryders for Swizz Beatz’ other label, Full Surface, which is distributed by Geffen Records. In 2007, she left Full Surface for Dr. Dre’s Aftermath Entertainment, but stayed with Geffen/Interscope for distribution.

Her album, Here I Am, was supposed to be released in 2007 on Aftermath/Geffen/Interscope. For unknown reasons, the album was pushed back through 2007 and had no buzz in 2008, and has since been retitled to Flirt and set for a 2009 release.

Eve grew tired of the Dr. Dre push-backs and left his Aftermath Entertainment imprint in 2008. Now, she has been dropped from Geffen Records, too. This still leaves her as a signed artist to Interscope Records, she is likely to return to Ruff Ryders/Interscope seeing how they are working on a new album.

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