Lil Wayne began his "Free Carter V" campaign with the release of Sorry 4 The Wait 2, but things got a little more serious with news breaking today that Weezy is preparing to sue Cash Money label head (and father figure) Birdman for $8 Million over the delay.
After almost two months of Lil Wayne complaining about his record label, it looks like he's finally doing something legal about it. The Cash Money/Young Money MC will target CEO Birdman in a suit that will ask for both $8 million and Wayne's freedom from the label.
We're a few days removed from Lil Wayne's Sorry 4 The Wait 2 mixtape, but we're highlighting a few tracks today, 'cause Friday. It's usually slow on Friday in terms of songs, but either way people will probably be bumping S4TW2 all weekend.
Lil Wayne's Sorry 4 The Wait 2 finally impacted on Tuesday of this week, and fans devoured it immediately. The project which follows up 2011's Sorry 4 The Wait maintained the same structure, with a slew of freestyles over 2014's hottest beats.
Lil Wayne just dropped off his Sorry 4 The Wait 2 mixtape moments ago, and as expected, it finds Tune going over some of last year’s hottest instrumentals, including “Coco”, “No Type”, “Try Me”, and even Shmurda’s “Hot N*gga”.
While little is really known about the movements of DONDA and their relationship to hip-hop, it is apparent that through a recent string of album art designs that they are fixed on bringing 'art' back to hip-hop music.
I was feeling some Tech N9ne this morning so decided to return to his 2011 album All 6's And 7's for today's Throwback Thursday cut. Both Weezy F and T-Pain are experiencing a career resurgence of sorts lately, at least, they've been impressing with their music, so it is fitting they are both featured here.
While the world waits for Sorry 4 the Wait 2, Christina Milian is preparing for the debut of her reality show, "Christina Milian Turned Up". In a recent interview with Singersroom.com, Milian spoke on several subjects, including her relationship with Wayne.
Another day passes, another person speaks out on the possible rift between Wayne and Cash Money. This time, it's Wayne's longtime manager, Cortez Bryant. Bryant took to his Instagram, speaking on Wayne's vision for Young Money: