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Lil Wayne

Lil Wayne Settles Two Lawsuits, Now Free To Release ‘Tha Carter V’ Album

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Lil Wayne just settled the two lawsuits he filed in 2015 and 2016. The 35-year-old American rapper's attorney, Ron Sweeney, also released a statement regarding the settlement.READ MORE

Keyshia Cole Ordered To Pay More Than $100,000 After Not Showing Up In Court

Keyshia Cole Ordered To Pay More Than $100,000 After Not Showing Up In Court

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The court ordered Keyshia Cole to pay the woman she assaulted in 2014 the sum of $100,635 after she failed to appear in a court hearing. The victim initially demanded $4 million.READ MORE

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Drake 'Hotline Bling' Grammy Snub Caused By Birdman's Cash Money Records

Buzz 18:27PM EDT

Drake received several nods for the 58th Grammy Awards, but his most recent hit, “Hotline Bling,” was noticeably absent from the nominations. According to online reports, Drizzy’s Grammy snub was caused by Birdman's Cash Money Records.READ MORE

David Banner

David Banner Suing Lil Wayne & Cash Money Over Unpaid Royalties

Buzz 21:21PM EDT

For months people have come out the wood works filing lawsuits against Cash Money Records such as Jas Prince, Turk, and of course Young Money front runner Lil Wayne. However, there has been a shift in developments as Wayne is currently being sued by rapper and music producer, David Banner for unpaid royalties after working on some of his prior projects.READ MORE

Lil Wayne & Birdman

Lil Wayne and Birdman Have Akward Run-In At Club LIV Miami [WATCH]

Buzz 15:25PM EDT

While some artists have begun to close the chapter of their time spent with Cash Money Records, such as Turk, who recently settled with former label home for undisclosed amount, Lil Wayne still remains at war with parent label and long-time affiliate Bryan "Birdman" Williams. Now he has had an awkward run-in with Williams this past Sunday at Club LIV in Miami.READ MORE

Turk

Turk, Founding Member of Hot Boys, Settles $1.3 Million Lawsuit With Cash Money

Buzz 13:00PM EDT

Over the last year, Cash Money Records has been in dire financial straits, which has been ever apparent in the frustrations voiced by its artists, especially its marquee artist Lil Wayne. In an attempt for former Hot Boys rapper Young Turk to get payment in full for royalties due, he sued Cash Money records for $1.3 million back in February and has now settled the lawsuit.READ MORE

Juvenile

Juvenile Breakfast Club Interview: Rapper Talks Return to Cash Money, Birdman/Lil Wayne Beef & New Mixtape [LISTEN]

Buzz 15:06PM EDT

Juvenile stopped by The Breakfast Club today, Mar. 5, to talk about what's been going on with his career recently. Charlamagne Tha God, DJ Envy and Angela Yee pressed the rapper on his return to Cash Money Records and his new mixtape. The "Back That Azz Up" artist also talked about why he won't get involved in the dispute between Birdman and Lil Wayne.READ MORE

Mannie Fresh (l.) with Turk (m.) and Juvenile (r.)

Mannie Fresh Thinks Lil Wayne Has Outgrown Birdman and Cash Money Records

Buzz 12:40PM EDT

Mannie Fresh was somewhat of a mentor to Lil Wayne. He helped Weezy in the studio early on and his influence on the Cash Money Records brand is undeniable. That relationship puts Fresh in a unique position to be able to talk about Wayne's recent beef with the label with some authority. The hip-hop producer spoke to the Associated Press before the Grammys, saying Wayne has outgrown Birdman and CM.READ MORE

Nicki Minaj at pre-Grammys party

Birdman Denied Access to Nicki Minaj Pre-Grammys Party in Hollywood [WATCH]

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Birdman couldn't make it past security Saturday night (Feb. 7) when he made his way to Nicki Minaj's pre-Grammys party in Hollywood. TMZ was on the scene to capture video of the Cash Money Records founder being denied entrance to the club. Security guards stopped Baby and his entourage before Los Angeles police officers were called over to help.READ MORE

Lil Wayne

Lil Wayne Announces 'Sorry For The Wait 2' Mixtape Release Date

Buzz 15:08PM EDT

Weezy fans, Lil Wayne has some great news for you. The "Start A Fire" rapper has revealed the release date for his upcoming mixtape Sorry For The Wait 2. Regardless of what the Green Bay Packers do this weekend, win or lose presumably, S4TW2 will be released this Tuesday, Jan. 21. He made the announcement with a video previewing a remix of ILoveMakonnen's tune "Maneuvering."READ MORE

Pusha T

Pusha T Explains Why He Told Lil Wayne to Join G.O.O.D. Music: Says Cash Money Rapper Should Collab with Kanye West

Buzz 15:33PM EDT

Despite his past beef with the Cash Money rapper, Pusha T invited Lil Wayne to join G.O.O.D. Music after the "Believe Me" rhymer took to Twitter to express his dismay with the label. During a recent interview, Push explained the gesture and suggested Wayne should work with Kanye West. The folks at "GQ" caught up with Pusha T to discuss his collaboration with Adidas when Lil'Wayne's name was thrown into the mix. He was asked if he actually wanted Wayne to join the label, and he offered up an interesting response. "I don't know. I just like the fact that I'm a prophet because of my song 'Exodus,'" he said. Released in 2012, Push uses the track to throw shade and mocks what he calls the New Orleans rapper's career self-sabotage: "It came out two years ago! People should just call me 'The Prophet.' You know what? Wayne on G.O.O.D. Music ... Well 'Ye actually likes Wayne, so they could probably make some good music together. But who knows."READ MORE

Lil' Wayne, Birdman

Lil Wayne's Manager Cortez Bryant On Cash Money Records: Everything Is "All Good"

Buzz 15:03PM EDT

Yesterday, Lil Wayne took to Twitter to blast his longtime label Cash Money Records in a series of tweets after alleging the label won't release his upcoming album Tha Carter V and declaring that he wants off the label. The album has been subjected to a series of constant delays and the New Orleans rapper is tired of it. Despite his comments yesterday, it appears that things are being smoothed out between Birdman's Cash Money Records and Lil Wayne's camp. TMZ caught up with Lil Wayne's manager Cortez Bryant outside of an L.A. nightclub and to see if there was any friction between the two parties.READ MORE

Birdman and Lil Wayne in 2010

Lil Wayne Wants Off Cash Money Records, Says Birdman and Label Won't Release 'Tha Carter V'

Buzz 17:38PM EDT

There seems to be some trouble in Weezy paradise. Lil Wayne took to Twitter today, Dec. 4, to shed some light on the constant delays with his 11th studio album "Tha Carter V." Weezy claims it has not been released yet because Birdman and Cash Money Records refuse to put it out. The rapper said he wants off his longtime label because he feels like a "prisoner." "To all my fans, I want u to know that my album won't and hasn't been released bekuz Baby & Cash Money Rec. refuse to release it," Weezy tweeted. "Tha Carter V" has been delayed multiple times and was due out Dec. 9, but that may not happen now. To all my fans, I want u to know that my album won't and hasn't been released bekuz Baby & Cash Money Rec. refuse to release it. — Lil Wayne WEEZY F (@LilTunechi) December 4, 2014READ MORE

Big Sean

Big Sean, Birdman, Mistah F.A.B. And Other Hip-Hop Artists Hand Out Turkeys For Thanksgiving [PHOTOS]

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Some of the biggest names in hip-hop are most certainly in the giving spirit this holiday season. As previously reported, rappers including Big Sean, Birdman, Mistah F.A.B. and Black Thought gave out turkeys to families in need.READ MORE

Juvenile in 2004

Juvenile Re-signs With Cash Money Records

Buzz 17:58PM EDT

It's been 11 years since Juvenile put out an album with the Cash Money stamp on it, but the rapper says he's back with Birdman and co.READ MORE

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