Tha Carter V
The Dean of American Rock Critics dives into a clutch of recent hip-hop releases.
On last night's 'Fallon,' Weezy played "Dedicate" with The Roots, chatted about his long-awaited new record, and briefly lost his shit when Fallon started talking about its features.
Now that the rap icon is allegedly free from Cash Money, seeing him start a new chapter would be more fulfilling than revisiting an outdated series.
Weezy F baby and the F is for riding fakie.
The über-conservative US Attorney General gets the final say on what happens next in the saga of the fabled 'Once Upon a Time in Shaolin'.
Federal prosecutors have asked Judge Kiyo Matsumoto to seize $7.4 million in assets from Shrekli. That includes 'Once Upon a Time in Shaolin' and 'Tha Carter V.'
"I’ve acquired, I would say, hip-hop’s most sought-after album. It’s gonna make Wu-Tang look irrelevant."
Birdman and Cash Money are drawing the case out as much as they can, a tactic that can be used to encourage the plaintiff to settle.
Lil Wayne's been with Birdman and Co since the age of thirteen. Why's he suing them for a buttload of money?
How did this not exist already?