Birdman and his ward Jacquees put out a joint mixtape this spring called Lost at Sea. While it failed to make waves as the Cash Money tyrant had perhaps hoped, Jacquees remains one of the most promising young talents in R&B.
We've seen a lot of controversy spawn out of Breakfast Club interviews, but somehow, Birdman was able to give the most talked about interview in the show's history, and he was there for under two minutes.
Shanell is getting a lift from her label mate Lil Wayne for her debut mixtape. Produced exclusively by Zaytoven, the YMCMB/Republic songstress stretches her voice in many different places on the 11 track mixtape.
We haven't heard from YMCMB's singer and songwriter, Shanell, since her ballad with T-Pain "I Can Be Your Stripper" back in August. She returns today, with the premiere of a 4-song Christmas-themed EP, 4 Christmas.
Earlier this month, it was reported that Jas Prince, the son of Rap-A-Lot CEO James Prince, and the man who introduced Drake to Lil Wayne, was demanding that Cash Money Records pay him $11 million in royalties earned off the "Hotline Bling" star.
After dominating the majority of the most recent millennium, Free Weezy Album marks Lil Wayne's first foray into generating music without the safety net of the Cash Money Records machine that helped make him.
The chemistry between Wayne and Drake is surreal. Even though Drake is considered Lil Wayne’s protégé, he has diligently worked his way up to his boss’ level and might have even superseded him.
It's been a few years since we've heard from South Florida emcee Brisco, who, throughout his extensive career, has rapped alongside Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, and other huge names. Now he's back in a big way with his latest mixtape UndaRated.
Amid the confusion surrounding The Free Weezy Album, we got word from Karen Civil that a Young Money cypher was on the way. Although The Free Weezy Album still hasn't surfaced, today that Young Money cypher has been unveiled by Karen Civil.
There hasn't been much in the way of updates when it comes to the turmoil between Lil Wayne and Birdman. Last month Weezy threatened his label with a lawsuit, letting them know he wasn't playing around.