Quality Control Music is making moves not only in music but also in sports and movies.
Quality Control Music is kicking out the year 2022 by adding young Detroit rapper Baby Money to its all-star roster, which will serve as a springboard for future success.
The agreement was announced on Friday by the Atlanta-based label, which was formed by Kevin “Coach K” Lee and Pierre “P” Thomas (January 7). In addition to Lil Baby and Migos, Lil Yachty, and City Girls, Duke Deuce will be included on the album’s soundtrack.
Baby Money isn’t wasting any time in getting his Quality Control Music account up and running, as seen by the release of a fresh new track titled “Long Time Coming,” which serves as the first taste of his forthcoming album Easy Money, which will be released later this year.
Baba Money, who hails from Detroit’s Westside, began rapping when he was 12 years old and has since gained notoriety in the city’s thriving rap scene through mixtapes such as 2017’s Sosa World (which features two Lil Baby collaborations), 2020’s Blank Checc, and 2021’s Young N-gga Old Soul, among others.
As a result of the latter, he wrote his most popular song to date, “Moncler Bubble,” which has had almost two million views on YouTube and more than 280,000 plays on Spotify. The signing of Baby Money comes on the heels of a busy calendar year for Quality Control Music in 2021. QC Sports, a full-service sports organization with specialized football, basketball, and baseball departments, was launched by the label in June, allowing it to extend its activities even further.
There are a number of high-profile clients on QC Sports’ list who have already signed on, including New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara, Cleveland Cavaliers center Jarrett Allen, and Arizona Diamondbacks All-Star Ketel Marte.
The Quality Control film and television division, on the other hand, forged a relationship with production studio Critical Content in December with the goal of developing unscripted television programs for the label’s artists.