Back in the 90's Damon Dash created the now defunct 'Roc-a-Fella' records imprint with Jay Z, alongside several other successful business ventures. With Dame's fall from grace, a few years ago he plotted his return while trying to sign new school rapper Curren$y to the re-birth of 'Roc-a-Fella' records.
Considering that Curren$y is currently suing Dash for 1.5 million dollars, needless to say that plan never worked out. So, what ever happened to the classic Roc-a-Fella chain that Dame gave Spitta? It turns out he still has it and is now offering to give the chain to a more fit candidate.
Curren$y just took to Twitter to offer his chain to J. Cole, the first rapper signed to Jay Z's new/ current 'Roc Nation' record label. Whether the offer was serious or not, it's pretty funny to say the least. There you go, a little piece of new school hip hop history.