On October 7, 2012, RCA Music Group announced it was disbanding J Records along with Arista Records and Jive Records.With the shutdown, Joc (and all other artists previously signed to these three labels) were to release his future material (including Mr. In 2010, Joc formed a new record label through Jive Records, called Swagg Team Entertainment, after a widely publicized lawsuit with Block Entertainment and Bad Boy South.

Yung Joc met Atlanta producer Nitti Beatz and the two recorded the hit "It's Goin Down" in the spring of 2005.

After teaming with Russell "Block" Spencer, founder of the Block Enterprises label, Spencer signed Joc to Sean Combs's Bad Boy South for a multimillion-dollar deal, Yung Joc was also featured on the songs "Show Stopper" by Danity Kane (from Diddy's Making The Band 4) & Cassie's album track Call U Out.

Hustlenomics sold 69,000 copies in its first week of release, debuting at number three on the Billboard 200.

As of April 2009, it has sold approximately 197,000 copies according to Nielsen Soundscan.

The next single, "I Know U See It", reached #17 on the Hot 100 and #2 on the Hot Rap Tracks.

Joc's next album, Hustlenomics, was released in 2007, with the singles "Coffee Shop" and "Bottle Poppin'".

Joc spoke about the lawsuit and his relationship with Diddy in a recent Since 2014, Joc joined the VH1 reality series Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta as a supporting cast member.

In December 2011, Joc's recording studio for his label Swagg Team was robbed, and the criminals took about ,000 worth of studio equipment along with a hard drive containing Joc's unreleased music for his third studio album.

It later was announced that one of the robbers identity was revealed by Joc.

Joc knew one of the robbers named "Honcho" of Thomaston, Georgia.

It turns out that not only would she, but she probably already has, according to Karlie Redd admits in the clip that Yung Joc called her up.