Eve did a tell all interview with Vibe, where she discussed her split with Interscope Records. The former first lady of the Ruff Ryders alleged she didn’t get the proper backing from Interscope for what would have been her next LP.

“They promised me the machine,” she said. “The machine is basically the rollout. It’s ‘Yo, when [“Flirt”] comes out, we’ll give you this, we’ll give you that.’ And that’s what made me mad. It’d be different if we didn’t have a meeting where people promised me sh–. If they were just like, ‘Oh, we’re going to put the album out and see what happens,’ that would be one thing.

“But they were like, ‘No, we’re making sure this happens. It’s coming out on this date,’ ” she continued. “It was concrete. But it’s all good. Everything happens how it’s supposed to, when it’s supposed to.”

For the stalled Here I Am, Eve recorded with Swizz Beatz, Sean Paul and Robin Thicke. After leaving Interscope her album Here I Am was shelved indefinitely. Currently, Eve is unsigned and at work on her next album.

Peep a video from the album:
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