Look for his new MTV reality show ‘Follow The Rules’ coming soon
A few days ago, Def Jam Records held their 30th Anniversary Concert at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center. After his reunion performance with Ashanti and Irv Gotti, Loki was backstage with MTV News correspondent Rob Markman to discuss the importance of the event as well as an upcoming reality show with the network.
He soon revealed he currently lives though hip-hop on the strength of his kids being a hip-hop dad now to find out new artists like Bobby Shmurda he spoke on the past recording material with fellow Def Jam alums DMX and Jay-Z. After previously collaborating on Time to Build, Mudergram and It’s Murda, the three would split in 1999; which led to them becoming some of the biggest entertainers in hip-hop history. Ja cited he was one hundred percent down with the concept and project, but revealed egos between his big brothers were their downfall.
Before the interview concluded, Rule revealed there were one or two records the public still hasn’t heard. Jigga blessed us with Dead Presidents 3, so Gotti please make that happen in the near future.