The sudden breakdown in relationships between N-Dubz and their American label DefJam is going to cause DefJam massive problems, as the company will now struggle to have their tax-loss write-down organised before the end of the financial year.
N-Dubz have ripped up the deal. If you ask them, of course. DefJam say they were dropped.
Dappy, what happened?
They might say they've dropped us but we were never going to co-operate with them when they decided to change what we are. If we had co-operated we would still be signed. But I stuck my finger up at them when they wanted us to make another TV show. Tulisa thought we should do it because we could make some money out of it, but I said no.Ah, so the deal fell apart due to a lack of self-awareness on the part of the silly bunch of pop tarts.
For them to say they dropped us makes me angry because we just didn't want to change who we are or what we do. We're not just a silly bunch of pop tarts.
This so reminds me of the time the Banana Splits quit Elektra in a huff, declaring they weren't just a load of puppets.