In 2015, Hopsin scored a hit with 'No Words', which mocked trap rappers whose lyrics don't make sense.
In 2016, Hopsin had an acrimonious break up with his label Funk Volume.
In 2017, these two stories come together oddly with word that Hop has signed with 300 Entertainment and will be dropping the album No Shame.
Yes, the same 300 Entertainment famous for housing trap rappers with questionable lyrical skills like Young Thug, Migos and Fetty Wap.
What do you think? Could a move to a more organized label help Hop's career, even if it seems like a strange place for him?
No Shame drops November 24, so we guess we'll have a better idea then.
[Related: Hopsin details Funk Volume break up in blistering track.]