Lyor Cohen Slams Rich The Kid For Dissing 300 Entertainment Label

"He's gonna have a hard time because we don't play that."

(AllHipHop News) Lyor Cohen has been involved in the music industry for four decades. His résumé includes heading Def Jam, being the CEO of Warner Music Group, serving as Global Head of Music for YouTube, and starting 300 Entertainment.

300 helped launch the careers of Migos, Young Thug, Fetty Wap, Tee Grizzley, and Famous Dex. The label is also in a deal with Rich The Kid's Rich Forever Music imprint. A few days ago, RTK blasted 300 in an online video.

"F-ck 300 Ent, y’all suck. Listen, y’all gotta let me out this damn contract. I don’t wanna be with y’all no f-cking more," said Rich. “I told y’all, I’ll get y’all this money back. I don’t wanna be with y’all label no more. Y’all suck. Y’all is trash. Listen, young independent artists, do not sign with 300 Ent. They’re the worst label ever.”

Lyor stopped by The Breakfast Club for an hour-long interview. Part of the conversation centered around Rich The Kid slamming the company co-founded by Cohen, Roger Gold, Kevin Liles, and Todd Moscowitz.

"I don't feel good about hearing that, but it sounds like he's a clown. Maybe it's a late night 'something.' Here's the thing. I give money early. I sign a contract early. What about a contract/money doesn't mean anything these days?" responded the son of Israeli immigrants. "I don't know what his problem is. He should call me. He has my number. You see if he calls me."

Cohen added, "He's gonna have a hard time because we don't play that."