E-40 Plans Another “Revenue Retrievin'” Double Album Set For February
By next March, E-40 will have 15 solo albums under his belt, as the Vallejo lyricist readies “Overtime Shift” and “Graveyard Shift,” ’cause he stays workin’.
Vallejo, California emcee veteran E-40 released Revenue Retrievin’: Day Shift and Revenue Retrievin’: Night Shift on March 30 of this year. The Click co-founder’s twelfth and thirteenth albums respectively both cracked the Top 200 of the charts, while the Sick Wid It Records CEO now aligned with EMI distribution after previous deals with Warner Brothers and Jive.
It has now been announced that the revenue will continue to be retrieved. On February 8, 2010, E-40 is expected to release Revenue Retrievin’: Overtime Shift and Revenue Retrievin’: Graveyard Shift. This will pull the Bay Area icon into his fifteenth solo album in a career that’s prompted hits such as “Sprinkle Me,” “Captain Save A Hoe” and 2006’s Keak da Sneak-assisted “Tell Me When To Go.”
In related news, 40’s brother and Click bandmate D-Shot has recently released a music industry book. E-40’s artist Turf Talk is expected to release his next album before year’s end.
Excerpt from HipHopDx.com