Mannie Fresh has probably seen in all behind the scenes with the Cash Money Records crew as he’s been there since the start of their successful climb. In an exclusive chat with Genius, the New Orleans producer shared that despite collaborating on a new song, Lil Wayne and Birdman are still at odds with one […]
Lil Wayne successfully managed to pull some star power away from the MTV festivities over the weekend with the inaugural Lil WeezyAna Fest in New Orleans.
Gucci Mane and Young Thug have a collaborative project on the way called Young Thugga Mane Laflare. Yes, that’s the title, and here’s the first song to release.
A few weeks ago, 2 Chainz revealed photos of the video shoot for “Used 2” from his latest B.O.A.T.S. 2: Me Time album. We finally get to see the finished product.
2 Chainz is set to release a visual for track two from B.O.A.T.S. II: ME Time, “Used 2,” that’ll excite lovers of classic southern Hip-Hop. With Mannie Fresh on the beat, the Def Jam rapper decided to take his talents to New Orleans and band together the Hot Boys.
Hot Boy rapper Turk isn’t trying to bite the hand that once fed him. The former Cash Money artist says that previous reports that he basically called Lil Wayne a dope fiend were the result of his words being taken out of context.
Fresh out of a long prison term Turk is determined to get back on his music grind. By dropping a freestyle over his Hot Boyz member, Lil Wayne‘s “No Worries,” Turk’s looking like he hasn’t lost a step.
Original Hot Boy and former Cash Money Records artist, Turk, was finally released from prison last week after eight years, eight months and sixteen days of imprisonment.
Former Hot Boys rapper Turk is nearing the end of his prison term and will mark his time behind bars by reaching another milestone: getting his high school diploma. The New Orleans native broke the news to All Hip Hop, that he completed his necessary courses while incarcerated at Forrest City in Arkansas. Turk, born […]
Miami will get you in trouble if you ain’t careful. Last night, New Orleans rapper Juvenile was arrested after allegedly participating in a brawl at Miami club LIV, reports TMZ. The night was supposed to be a festive occasion since earlier in the evening Juve had reunited with Lil Wayne. It was the first time the […]
B.G. has opened up about the 14-year prison sentence that he was slapped with for federal weapons possession. The former Cash Money rap star called in to New Orleans radio station Q 93.3, and sounded very optimistic despite his current situation. “I mean everything is everything,” he said. “I got 14 years, I gotta do […]
Rapper B.G. was sentenced in a New Orleans courtroom Wednesday (July 18), and the judge showed him no mercy. U.S. District Judge Helen Berrigan handed down a 14-year prison sentence to the rapper , who appeared in court, confined to a wheelchair. B.G.—born Christopher Dorsey—pleaded guilty to two counts of felony gun possession charges and […]