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ROBERSON'S RCA BLUEPRINT

Mega-manager Gee Roberson (Nicki Minaj, T.I.) has spent the better part of 2015 navigating a flawless transition for client G-Eazy's already highly successful independent career, to a major label debut on RCA Records.

The carefully laid groundwork has resulted in killer momentum for the project, with G-Eazy's When It's Dark Out (BPG/RVG/RCA) currently sitting at #6 on the iTunes album chart ahead of its official release tomorrow, 12/4. The set feature such guests as Big Sean, Chris Brown, Too $hort, Bebe Rexha, Grace, Keyshia Cole and E-40. Single "Me Myself and I" is set to chart soon at Rhythm.

Now Roberson is taking his partnership with RCA Records to the next level, with a new RCA/Blue Print joint venture.

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