Quality Control Music is reportedly in the works of developing a distribution partnership with Warner Music Group.
In 2015, the label joined forces with Capitol Records and Motown Records. Eight years later, QC is reportedly negotiating a distribution deal with WMG.
According to Hits Daily Double, the deal will include QC’s management division, Solid Foundation Management.
In addition, the partnership will also include a film and television component, as well as incorporating QC Sports, and possibly a branded Disney World attraction.
If the agreement passes, QC’s roster such as Lil Baby, City Girls, and Lil Yatchy, will remain signed to Motown and Capitol until the end of their contracts. However, there’s no word on how Offset, who previously sued the label, contract will be handled.
Nevertheless, the distribution deal could be worth as much as $450 million.