J. Prince Steps Into Lil Wayne vs. Birdman Beef

Lil Wayne and Birdman are still at odds, and now Rap-A-Lot CEO J. Prince is stepping in to solve the problems. AKA – he’s going to get Wayne his coins. J has a dog in the fight, as Birdman still owes his son, Jas Prince, money for discovering Drake years back.

(Video) Lil Wayne Takes Aim At Cash Money Again + Announces 2 New Albums

Whatever happened between Lil Wayne and Birdman this past month was really bad, and has since completely dissolved any progress they’d been making toward reconciling their beef, the $51 million lawsuit and of course, the release the Tha Carter V.

Birdman Signs AR-Ab & Compton Menace To Cash Money

Don’t people know better than to sign to Cash Money at this point? Look at what it did for Bow WowKhaledBusta RhymesMystikal…Christina Milian…Jay Sean…Austin Mahone…Young Thug… That’s right – absolutely nothing! Producers who work with the label don’t get paid, hell – even their star artists don’t get paid! Really and truly, who in their right mind would sign with this label in 2016? Well apparently, AR-Ab and Compton Menace. The news was announced via IG earlier this week. If you’ll recall, Philly-based AR-Ab made headlines last summer when Drake mentioned him in his Meek Mill diss, “Back To Back.” And if you know nothing about Compton Menace’s music, you may recognize him as the gang member from Straight Outta Compton that brought the gun on the school bus in the movie’s opening scene. Congrats I guess. Or maybe good luck?

(Photos + Video) Birdman Signs New Artist From Toronto

His success rate with new artists isn’t too high, but nonetheless, Birdman has signed a new artist. Toronto rapper J-Soul is now part of Cash Money, and just released the video below as his first YMCMB track. Check it out below and let us know your thoughts. Could he give his fellow Toronto labelmate a run for his money…or nah?

Cash Money Owes Over $1 Million To Jay Sean

Singer Jay Sean began his career on Cash Money back in 2008, and released his first album on the label in 2009, All or Nothing. He’s since left the label (like just about everyone else), and later filed a lawsuit to collect royalties that Birdman and co. owed him. A judge has now determined that Cash Money has to pay out $1.14 million in royalties to Orange Factory Music, who continued to receive statements for royalty payments from Jay’s album, but never actually saw a check. Just add this to the growing list of lawsuits against YMCMB!

Lil Wayne & Birdman Peaced It Up But The Lawsuit Is Still On!

Lil Wayne and Birdman may have squashed their beef after their warm and fuzzy reunion on stage at LIV in Miami over the weekend, but that doesn’t mean that Wayne plans to drop the lawsuit.

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