Quality Control Music has inked a deal with rapper, songwriter, and visual artist Jordan Hollywood. The South Florida native is set to release his new project The Wasted Youth via QC on April 27. To align with his signing, Hollywood dropped the tape’s first single and video, “Cash Out.”
In the visual, we see Hollywood opening a suitcase full of money and sharing it with the girls who are in the room with him. He tosses money and diamonds around, even lighting some bills on fire. Later, we see him suspended in the air, in the midst of a heist. Hollywood then speeds away in a car on his way to drop off the goods he stole.
QC founders Kevin “Coach K” Lee and Pierre “Pee” Thomas expressed their joy at the newest addition to their family. In a statement, Coach K said, “Jordan is a very talented creative artist who's very in tuned with the process being great. I'm excited for the world to experience his work.”
Pee added, “Jordan has an eye for detail that causes his visions to come to life. We look forward to the release of his project as we expand the QC brand.”
However, not everyone is happy with QC: the news of the label’s latest signee comes on the heels of an apparent dispute Skippa Da Flippa has with the label.
He recently took to his Instagram Stories to express his grievances with QC, asking Coach K and Pee, “Y’all gone let a nigga out dis 360? Or y’all want me to do what I gotta do.” He continued, “Neva been a hoe. Neva been a fake. Never switched up if it was real. Y’all aint Death Row nigga," and followed that up with laughing emojis.