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J. Prince Warns Diddy, Suge Knight And Birdman Over Drake

Rap-A-Lot Founder and CEO J.Prince is known to be a very intimidating man in the music industry. His latest attempts at flexing his power is the ‘diss record’ he released this week, calling out Diddy, Suge Knight, Baby, and Lil’ Wayne over his artist Drake. J.Prince takes shots at Diddy for punching Drake while at Liv Nightclub in Miami a few months ago and calls Lil’ Wayne a ‘disrespectful little punk.’ Listen to the recording below, and decide how serious J.Prince just might be about his threats.

 

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Lil’ Wayne Suing Birdman For $8 Million

The Cash Money family feud grows by the day! Lil’ Wayne and Birdman attempted to come to a compromise this past week over Wayne’s contract and the release of his new album Carter V. Their little meeting didn’t go over too well and now Wayne is filing an $8 million lawsuit against Birdman and Cash Money Records. Lil’ Wayne is claiming Birdman violated the terms of the contract by denying the advance money for the album and withholding its release, so Wayne is asking for that $8 million and to be freed from his contract with Cash Money. Weezy has kept it all the way one hunnid throughout this whole ordeal by letting fans know what exactly is going on and taking shots at Birdman on a few of his songs on the Sorry 4 The Wait 2 mixtape. It’s hard to see this family break apart. We’re sure this is not the end of their beef, so we’ll keep you tuned in to what’s happening.

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Lil Wayne Tweets About Rift Between Cash Money Records

So we thought Tyga was once off the deep end, but now it seems like he may have been foreshadowing events that are soon to come. Earlier this week, Lil Wayne tweeted about the inability to release his 11th studio album due to issues within his label. The world knows that Cash Money Records owner Baby, and Lil Wayne have an extremely close relationship so the statement caught everyone off guard. Tyga was really on to something and now we know what. Tha Carter V was supposed to release next Tuesday but now that won’t be happening and Wayne puts blame on Birdman and Cash Money Records. His tweets are as read:

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. This is not my fault. I am truly and deeply sorry to all my fans but most of all to myself and my family for putting us in this situation. I want off this label and nothing to do with these people but unfortunately it ain’t that easy. I am a prisoner and so is my creativity Again,I am truly sorry and I don’t blame ya if ya fed up with waiting 4 me & this album. But thk u. Pray.

The most shocking piece of the statement is Wayne saying he wants off of the label that that he has given years of undying loyalty to. We really hope all is well or can be mended over at Cash Money Records. Keep an eye out for the release of Tha Carter V, fingers crossed.

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Juvenile Returns To Cash Money Records

In historic fashion, Juvenile officially returns to Cash Money Records. The multi-platinum rap icon and actor has once again signed with the New Orleans label where he launched his storied career.

His own personal history remains deeply entwined with that of Cash Money Records.Juvenile was the label’s very first artist to earn a platinum certification with the 1998 classic 400 Degreez, which yielded the smash singles “Back That Azz Up,” “Ha”, and“Follow Me Now.” Selling over four million copies in the United States alone, it remains not only his best-selling full-length offering to date but the label’s as well. His last album forCash Money Records, 2003’s Juve The Great, went platinum and spawned the hit “Slow Motion” featuring Soulja SlimJuvenile made his solo debut for the company on Solja Rags in 1997 and helped comprise the chart-topping quartet the Hot Boys with Lil WayneB.G., and Turk.

“It feels like coming home,” says Juvenile. “I’d always bump into ‘Slim’ and ‘Baby’ over the last few years. If they had an event or something they wanted me to be a part of, I would be there in good spirit and faith. We were always talking. That just led to us sharing more of a collective vision. Now, we’re here. It’s exciting. I want to reinvent myself, and they’re giving me the stage to do that. I didn’t sign a record deal where I’m going to leave in two or three years. I’m retiring at Cash Money. I’m never leaving.”

“We’ve been talking for a few years,” comments Cash Money Records co-founder Bryan “Birdman” Williams. “We wanted to do this the right way at the right time with the right records. We’ve got those records now. Now is the perfect time for us to get back together at this point in our careers. Some people might call it a comeback. I look at it like, ‘We’ve got good work to do and great music to make,’ and we’re going to do it as a team. I’m excited.”

Co-founder Ronald “Slim” Williams adds, “Juvenile’s always been a part of this family. That’s never changed, and it never will. He helped bring our company to life. It’s a privilege to work with him once more and make history together again.”

For Juvenile, this reunion stands dedicated to one group in particular.

“This is really happening because of the fans,” he goes on. “They kept asking for it on-line and anytime I was out. I can proudly say I’m a product of the fans. They’re going to feel like they’re part of what we’re doing now, and that’s what I want them to feel like. This is all for y’all.”

Urban Radio will be going for adds on the The artist’s latest single “Sho Me Love” off theRich Gang on November 18th.

Get ready for the next chapter of Juvenile and Cash Money Records