Monday, March 16, 2015
"I Would Personally Like To Thank Interscope For Fucking Up Our Release." Top Dawg Reacts To Kendrick Lamar's 'Butterfly' CD Dropping Early
The label that Kendrick Lamar calls home was completely caught off guard by the release of his new album, To Pimp a Butterfly.
Anthony "Top Dawg" Tiffith, the CEO of Top Dawg Entertainment, reacted angrily Sunday, March 15, upon learning the project was on iTunes a full week of it's scheduled March 23rd release date. Tiffith took to his Twitter account to vent at Interscope Records.
"I WOULD LIKE 2 PERSONALLY THANK @Interscope FOR F*CKING UP OUR RELEASE," he wrote. "SOMEBODY GOTS 2 PAY 4 THIS MISTAKE !!!"
Just a few hours earlier Tiffith was hyping fans up for the date he had set for the album to drop via Top Dawg Entertainment/Aftermath Entertainment/Interscope Records.
Tiffith seemed to have calmed down a bit later while concentrating on promoting the album. But behind the scenes you can bet he's reading somebody over at Interscope the riot act.