Nas had one more album due on his contract with Sony; now the company will have, in essence, half of two Nas albums, while remaining in a position to keep working with the rapper on a variety of other projects, including a possible film
The article is in 2006 right before his album Hip Hop is Dead on Def Jam. I'll leave the math for you to do on his dicography remember that Sony released QB's Finest and The Greatest Hits. His first baby mother mentions his frustration with his label dealings. Its been mentioned before that that Nas signed a bad deal, wish I could give you the audio. As far as B2K...Chris Stokes and his shadyness yall should know about by now.
I figured alot of this info was common knowledge bro, listening to radio has always given info on the business side over the years