Freeway Reveals That He's Working On A Roc-A-Fella Documentary

Free says that his documentary won't just dwell on the negative aspects of the label.

Freeway has spent the last few years on his independent grind, but he hasn’t turned his back on his Roc-A-Fella days. The bearded rapper revealed that he’s currently working on a documentary about the label, telling the imprint’s story from his perspective.

“It’s basically my point of view of Roc-A-Fella. Roc-A-Fella from when I was there to the end up to what’s going on with me right now. It’s my whole point of view of everything, I’m gonna give it to y’all raw,” he told ThisIs50’s Maya The B. “I’m just going to let y’all know how I feel about the situation.”

Instead of dwelling on the negative aspects of the famed label’s history, Free says that his documentary will shed light on how it gave him a second chance and helped out those who were involved.

“They always talk about the negative things - and I’ma talk about that, too - but I’m going to let y’all know about the good times we had. I’m going to let y’all know about the positive things, I’m about to let y’all know about how I was fresh out of jail and I didn’t know where my next dollar was coming from, because I was on house arrest. I couldn’t hustle no more. As soon as I came off house arrest, I got on ‘1-900-Hustler’ and it changed my life. It’s not only me, it’s everybody else that’s form the hood that was part of State Property and how they changed they life too. I’m going to give y’all the outlook on how things is now and everything.”

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6 Comments

  • ha

    roc been hot but they days over with time to move on

  • Anonymous

    roc fan- ur right i pretty much bought all of those albums, even bleek's!! real niggas were feelin bleek, niggas made money to rocafella shit

  • roc fan

    You cant deny that the Roc was arguably one of the greatest labels. Look at all the classics from 98 to 05: 1998:Jay-Z-Vol. 2...Hard Knock Life Streets Is Watching (soundtrack) DJ Clue-The Professional 1999:Jay-Z-Vol. 3... Life and Times of S. Carter Memphis Bleek-The Coming of Age 2000:Jay-Z-The Dynasty: Roc La Familia Beanie Sigel-The Truth Memphis Bleek-The Understanding DJ Clue-The Professional Pt. 2 2001:Jay-Z-The Blueprint Beanie Sigel-The Reason 2002:Jay-Z-The Blueprint² Cam'ron-Come Home with Me State Property (soundtrack) Paid in Full (soundtrack) 2003:Jay-Z-The Black Album Freeway-Philadelphia Freeway The Diplomats-Diplomatic Immunity State Property-The Chain Gang Vol. 2 Juelz Santana-From Me To U Memphis Bleek-M.A.D.E. 2004:Kanye West-The College Dropout Young Gunz-Tough Luv Jay-Z/Linkin Park-Collision Course Cam'ron-Purple Haze 2005:Beanie Sigel-The B.Coming Kanye West-Late Registration Memphis Bleek-534 Young Gunz-Brothers From Another

    • P

      Like CAM SAID U MADDDD I Know AND ITS OKAY REALLY BCUZ I AM TOO THE ROC STATE PROP DIP SET ALL TOGETHER WAS TOO MUCH FOR THE INDUSTRY IF ALL THEM DUDES STUCK TOGETHER I CAN ONLY IMAGINE THEY PROLLY COULD OF STARTED THEY OWN LABEL WITH NO SUPPORT FROM THE MAJORS AND DEMOLISHED THE INDUSTRY TOO BAD IT AINT HAPPEN BUT ITS OK TECH GONE DO THAT

    • Justb84

      Yo...I love the roc but... Beanie sigels "the reason" was trash... Memphis Bleek's "m.a.d.e" and "534" was trash...Young gunz was decent...and State Property was above average for a group introduced through another artist...Freeway is a delivery monster but the voice gets irritating...when it comes down to it (and i am NOT taking sides) Cash money for sales, music output, artist development and relevance is the undisputed label of the past decade

  • Sam I Am

    this is why these cats cant get a break, they keep talking about Roc-a-Fella

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