Thursday, June 4, 2009


Jay-Z's long-awaited Blueprint 3 LP will be released on September 11 via a deal with the Warner Music Group, a source close to the situation has confirmed to MTV News. The album's release would come eight years to the day after the release of Blueprint.
Sources close to the situation have confirmed information from radio personality's Miss Info's Twitter page stating that Jay will release Blueprint 3 on September 11, eight years to the day after the release of the first Blueprint album. Hov's new set reportedly will be coming out via a new partnership with the Warner Music Group.
The MC recently parted ways with his longtime label, Def Jam, clearing the way for him to release Blueprint 3 via a different company. Last week reports emerged that Jay was in the process of negotiating deals with both Sony Music and the Warner Music Group.

Jay nor his rep have confirmed any information about the reported deals, and at press time there was no official release date for Blueprint 3. Jay — who gave a surprise performance in Los Angeles with Eminem on Monday — kicks off his tour with Ciara in Las Vegas on July 3.

SOURCE: Shaheem Reid for MTV NEWS

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