JPrince Sends A “Courtesy Call” to Diddy, Suge Knight, & Lil Wayne

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CEO of Rap-A-Lot records JPrince sends out a “Courtesy call” to Diddy, Lil Wayne, and Suge Knight. The tension has been rising after Diddy punched Drake back in December. and for those wondering what does JPrince has to do in all of this, well JPrince has played a key role in Drake’s career and has mentored him throughout the way. JPrince had been in a lawsuit with Cash Money Records a few years ago and apparently it has not yet been settled.

JPrince starts by stating ” Letting them know Drake is family.” he then goes on to addressing Diddy ” First of all Puffy feeling like he can put his hand on my family, open the doors for his family to be touched, you reap what you sow.”

“Suge Knight, I accept any invitation you want to bring, I’m your worst nightmare.”

“And to Baby and Slim, I will not allow it to stay on my track record that Cash Money took anything from me and my son. Do right by me and pay every penny due. I’m not going to lip wrestle with you but if any of you clowns cross me or my family bad news is going to beat you home.”

Lil Wayne- Sorry 4 The Wait 2 Download

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Lil Wayne drops ” Sorry 4 The Wait 2″ a 17 track mixtape with five different features from the likes of Drake, Mack Maine, 2 Chainz, Christina Millian, and SNL. Click the link above to download and listen to the mixtape.

Lil Wayne Confirms “The Carter V” Will Be His Last Album


In his recent interview with MTV Lil Wayne talked about his upcoming album The Carter V. and also confirmed that unless he makes 25-35 million dollars he will do another album but until then The Carter V is Lil Waynes official last solo album. 

“25 to 35 million would get me to do another solo album after this, I didn’t smile when I said that.”- Lil Wayne 

YG ft. Lil Wayne,Meek Mill,Rich Homie Quan and Nicky Minaj

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YG dropped his recent project “My Crazy Life” a couple months ago where his hit song “My Nigga” was featured on. Today YG releases a remix featuring Lil Wayne,Meek Mill, Rich Homie Quan and Nicky Minaj. The DJ Mustard produced track made it on Billboard top 20 hot 100 with radio edit version “My Hitta”. Check out the Remix!

Diddy Tops Forbes List!


Forbes announced the top Hip Hop cash kings! The key to success is having different revenue stream, and Diddy has mastered it. Earning $50 million this year from his Bad Boy Records, Sean John clothing line, Ciroc, and his new cable channel Revolt, which is coming this fall via Time Warner Cable, and Comcast. P.Diddy has earned the #1 Top Spot on Forbes.

Here’s the rest of the Forbes List!

Jay Z -$43 Million

Dr. Dre – $40 Million

Nicky Minaj – $29 Million

Birdman- $21 Million

Kanye West – $20 Million

Lil Wayne- $16 Million

Lil Wayne Releases Dedication 5


Lil Wayne released his new mixtape “Dedication 5” August 30,2013. A 29 track mixtape with features from Birdman, The Wknd, Mack Maine, T.I, Euro,Kidd Kidd, 2 Chainz, and others. Lil Weezy also talks about Young Money new signees Channel West Coast, PJ Martin Jr, Austin Mahone, Christina Milian, and Euro on track 11. Check it out!

Download and Listen to “Dedication 5” :

T.I ft Lil Wayne – Wit Me


Once Again T.I and Weezy Drop Another FireTrack

Dallas, TX May 18, 2013– T.I and Weezy link up and give us a sneak peek of the visuals from their track “Wit Me”. The official “Wit Me” video will drop May 20,2013 on Vevo at 10:00pm EST

Peep the sneak peek: Wit Me

Check out the Complete Track!


Mountain Dew Drops Lil Wayne


Mountain Dew found Lil Wayne’s Lyrics offensive

Dallas, TX May 5, 2013 – Uh -Oh another rapper being dropped by a major company. After being a spokes person for Mountain Dew since 2012, PepsiCo has decided to drop Lil Wayne from representing their product due to Emmet Till lyrics on his remix to Future’s song  “Karate Chop”.

“Pop a lot of pain pills, bout to put rims on my skateboard wheels, beat that pu**y up like Emmet Till”

Lil Wayne did send Emmet Till’s family an apology letter, but the family rejected his apology.

Rappers have to watch what they rap about now; first Rick Ross gets dropped by Reebok, now Wayne by PepsiCo. Who’s next?