Kash Doll is no longer a free agent as the Detroit rapper has signed a new record deal with MNRK Music Group. Kash Doll has inked a deal with MNRK Music Group, which will release her sophomore album and house the rapper’s yet-to-be-titled imprint.
Making the news official on Monday (August 1), Kash Doll shared a statement saying she was “thrilled to join the MNRK family.”
She added: “The team shares my vision for my artistry and supports my goals of finding new, incredible talent!”
With the contract locked in teaming with one of the largest independent labels in the game, Kash Doll can now get back to focusing on her creative endeavors.
Alan Grunblatt, MNRK’s President of Urban Music, spoke glowingly of the partnership while touting his latest signee as one of the biggest female rap stars in the game. “We are thrilled to be in business with Kash Doll. To quote our friend Royce 5’9″, in his song ‘Overcomer’ – ‘The best rapper between Cardi and Meg Thee Stallion is Kash Doll.’”
MNRK’s urban roster includes Blueface, DJ Drama, Sevyn Streeter, K Michelle, producer Zaytoven, as well as label imprints like Benny the Butchers’s Black Soprano Family, RZA’s 36 Chambers releases, and Jim Jones’ Byrdgang 2.0. She dropped her debut album, Stacked, in 2019 on Republic Records and is eying an early 2023 release for her next LP.
Kash Doll then recalled touting her acting skills in DMs to 50 Cent that he never saw before she got the call from him that she earned the role of Monique on the anniversary of her father’s death.
“It’s so crazy because I DM’d 50 — I was in his DMs … ‘Put me in something.’ I’m sending him videos acting like I’m shooting shit,” she said. “I really know how to do this acting shit. 50 put me in something.”