They haven’t offered a release date for his new album, but they did tweet “#CarterV.”
“I’m retiring at Cash Money,” Juvenile said. “I’m never leaving.”
In the two years since Busta Rhymes joined Cash Money, it was easy to forget that Busta Rhymes had joined Cash Money in the first place, as he never released any actual music with Cash Money. Now, he’s out.
The 41-date ‘Would You Like a Tour?’ kicks off September 25 in Portland, Oregon and wraps up on October 25 in Los Angeles.
Nicki Minaj may be a star now, but she remembers life when things were a little different. In the June/July issue of Teen Vogue, Minaj opens up about her childhood and how she dealt with […]
B.G., the former Cash Money artist and Hot Boyz member, was sentenced to 14 years for gun possession and witness tampering.
Cash Money Records continues to expand their roster of artists as they just signed the popular ’90s rap./rock group Limp Bizkit. Group member, Fred Durst believes that Cash Money is a perfect fit for them.
Lil Wayne let the cat out of the bag in a recent interview, that Cash Money records has indeed signed Limp Bizkit to a deal and in negotiations to sign former Murder Inc songstress, Ashanti!
[photogallerylink id=40514 align=left]Newly signed Cash Money artist Busta Rhymes is out of control in his new video for Why Stop Now. The video, which has the dark feeling of some of the latest Batman movie […]
[lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Birdman[/lastfm] has said that 2012 will be a big release year for Young Money/Cash Money Records! Not saying that 2011 was a slow year for them anyway.