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Bizzy Bone Inks Deal With Cash Money
Bizzy Bone of the legendary Cleveland hip-hop group Bone Thugs-N-Harmony is very close to closing on a deal with Cash Money Records. AllHipHop.com claims the deal will be for at least one solo album, but it could very well encompass more if things work out...
Eleven New Releases From Cash Money on the Way
Cash Money Records has had a pretty excellent month, with Drake's first studio album 'Thank Me Later' becoming the highest selling debut this year. But they don't plan on resting on their laurels. The label's co-founder Bryan 'Baby' Williams spoke to Shade 45'…
‘A Milli’ Producer Says He Hasn’t Received Royalties
Just last month, producer Jim Jonsin filed a lawsuit against Cash Money Records, claiming that he has not received any royalties for composing Lil Wayne's 2008 Grammy-winning single 'Lollipop.' Now, Atlanta producer Shondrae "Bangladesh" Crawford -- who is embroiled in his own royalty suit…
Lil Wayne Being Sued by ‘Lollipop’ Producer
Lil Wayne's disputes with hip-hop producer Jim Jonsin has resulted in yet another lawsuit between the two parties. In April 2009, Lil Wayne sued Jonsin for copyright infringement, when he learned that the Florida-based producer had not secured permission to sample folk singer Karma-Ann Swanepoe…
Legitimacy of Cash Money Oil Venture Questioned
Back in January, the BoomBox reported that Cash Money CEOs Bryan "Baby" and Ronald "Slim" Williams had announced their foray into the oil industry with a new company, Bronald Oil & Gas. The duo offered a mission statement on BronaldOil.com, mapping intenti…
Birdman Calls R. Kelly A ‘Clown’
Producer and part-time rapper Brian "Birdman" Williams is known for making hits for Lil Wayne and other members of his Cash Money arsenal but the New Orleans native sites working with singer R. Kelly as his biggest musical mistake.
In an interview with Ozone Magazine, Birdman didn't mince w…
Cash Money CEOs Launch New Oil and Gas Company
Cash Money CEOs Bryan "Baby" and Ronald "Slim" Williams have announced new plans to expand their enterprises far beyond the hip-hop world. The New Orleans brothers will try their hands in the oil business with their new, independent company, Bronald Oil & …

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