NoID has inked a deal with Def Jam for
his label, Face The Music. NoID has produced tracks for Common, Method Man,
new Def Jam artist Diego & tracks for Jay-Z, which NoID said would be featured
on Jigga's album, or on an upcoming Roc-A-Fella Allstar album that is being
recorded. The first act to drop on Face The Music will be female singer K.Fox.
NoID described her album, "For Goodness Sake," as "Resurrection
(Common's classic second album) on steroids with a female Marvin Gaye singing."
like this new neo-Soul music that is out now," This is hip-hop mixed with
R&B the way it is meant to be done," NoID said confidently.
to AllHipHop.com why he choose to work with Def Jam. "Def Jam out bid the
competition to get the label," NoID said. "I just wanna show them
I am about my business & make it happen." And NoID appears to be handling
his business. "I came to the table with 25 songs done for K. Fox's album.
I got real good points and I want to recoup. Also, I have never done a publishing
deal in my whole career and now I have that on the table."
NoID rose to fame
with Common, after he produced most of Common's early material. NoID revealed
that while they haven't worked together recently, they are still friends. "We
are still good friends. It's just that we are both moving in different directions,"
K.Fox's album For
Goodness Sake hits stores later this year.