He didn’t shy away from controversy at a recent concert.
Wayne has once again taken to Twitter to talk about his issues with the Cash Money record label.
During an anniversary party for Vice, Lil Wayne took the stage to publicly address his sentiments about his current label situation.
They haven’t offered a release date for his new album, but they did tweet “#CarterV.”
“I’m retiring at Cash Money,” Juvenile said. “I’m never leaving.”
In the two years since Busta Rhymes joined Cash Money, it was easy to forget that Busta Rhymes had joined Cash Money in the first place, as he never released any actual music with Cash Money. Now, he’s out.
Celebrate Halloween in D.C. with Drake’s ‘Would You Like A Tour?’ show at Verizon Center October 31.
Nicki Minaj may be a star now, but she remembers life when things were a little different. In the June/July issue of Teen Vogue, Minaj opens up about her childhood and how she dealt with […]
B.G., the former Cash Money artist and Hot Boyz member, was sentenced to 14 years for gun possession and witness tampering.
With Stoned Immaculate in stores now, Curren$y tells our own Peter Parker whats going through his head now that his latest brian child has been released. Since his start with No Limit in 2002…