Tha Carter V

There is definitely more life after Cash Money Records. Lil Wayne has been confirmed as a musical performer for Saturday Night Live.

Lil Wayne‘s latest studio album, Tha Carter V, is a definite crowd pleaser even among some of the rapper’s harshest critics. But what was extremely noticeable on the Young Money honcho’s latest effort was the absence of one of his label’s biggest stars in Drake and Weezy addressed the matter.

After years on the shelf Tha Carter V has finally arrived. To further the experience for fans Lil Wayne worked on a collection with 14 different fashion designers.

Apologies are temporary patches in the case of Lil Wayne’s withheld album The Carter V, which Mannie Fresh spoke about during an interview with Montreality.

Young Thug must have some nerve. In fact, it may be the same nerve that Lil Wayne had when he was around the kooky Atlanta rapper’s age.

The status of Tha Carter V’s whereabouts is anybody’s guess at this point, but Lil Wayne has a good enough reason to put out music today.

Although it seemed like it had a definitive release date of tomorrow (October 27), Lil Wayne’s Tha Carter V won’t be seeing the light of day to embrace the Halloween festivities.

Now that Lil Wayne’s Tha Carter V has been fully visualized, it’s about time we hear some finished product.

October 28, 2014 is the official release date for Tha Carter V, as Lil Wanye announced over at ESPN’s “First Take” earlier today.

Lil Wayne is the only guy at the mental hospital rocking a pair of Air Jordan Concords. But that’s not the insane part.

It’s hard to believe that Lil Wayne (and the entire Cash Money) never dedicated their souls to a liquor brand. Sure, there have GTV Vodka in their cellars but it’s not strong enough to propel their artists to start spitting that next level firewater. Evidenced from Lil Wayne’s decision to make an audio commercial for […]

If YMCMB is an army, better yet a navy, their general, Lil Wayne, is back to assert his dominance. Last night the rap veteran debuted his new single, “Believe Me,” featuring Drake.