It’s a Grand Hustle and Cash Money affair. And for their latest visual, they surround themselves with plenty of paper and a handful of women in body paint. G.D.O.D. is available here.
Now that Ja Rule’s out the clink, N.O.R.E. snatches him, Lil Wayne and Birdman for his remix. The track will appear on N.O.’s Good Belt Gang compilation which is set to drop later this year.
Could Mannie Fresh now be part of the upcoming Big Tymers project? Maybe. During RapFix Live today, Baby reveals (3:35 mark) that he plans to hit the studio with Mannie in a week or two. “I’ve been talking to Fresh a lot. We talk every other day, we been talking about doing music; so matter of fact we gonna get in. Me and Fresh ain’t got no problem, we never had no problem. It’s been a minute and we plan on working […]
According to Lil Wayne, Cash Money is the place where dreams come true. Birdman takes it a step further and turns the label’s fantasies into reality. Here’s a rough of how the video came together. mtv
Welcome to Miami. In this ESPN report, Lil Wayne, Birdman, Flo Rida and others explain why Hip Hop’s royalty all flock down to South Beach to sit court side at the American Airlines Arena. The Heat is on.
Alongside Ace Hood and Stunna, Khaled woke up on the front cover of the June/July issue of The Source. The issue drops June 18, but peep Khaled’s excerpt below. Photoshoot after the jump. What I do is the same thing your moguls do. Only I do it better. I make hits, and put hits out. I am We The Best music. I am the genius behind a lot of projects. A lot of No. 1 songs. I’m a f**king genius.
This is weird. Birdman and Lil Wayne’s daughters (Bria and Reginae, respectively) appeared on The Breakfast Club to promote their new book, Paparazzi Princesses. They spoke on growing up with celebrity fathers, future aspirations, and maintaining normalcy.