Def Jam Finds Shyne’s Crime Doesn’t Pay

The LA Times profiled ’s disappointing sales for ‘Godfather Buried Alive’, which has only cleared 354,000 copies since its August 10th release. Def Jam spent more than $4 million to sign, record and market ‘Godfather’, sources said. Based on sales figures compiled by Nielsen SoundScan, the company has recovered about $1.3 million of that investment. High-level sources at Def Jam said they didn’t expect the record to pick up steam at this point and were prepared to abandon the project.

Related News

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *