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An artist affiliated with Lil Wayne‘s Young Money recording label imprint was sentenced this week to life in prison on a double murder conviction. Widner “Flow” Degruy was handed down the sentence on Tuesday (May 14) in connection to a 2015 Memorial Day case.
The ongoing legal saga between Lil Wayne and Birdman has come to an end, this after the pair reached an eight-figure settlement. Adding to the good news, it appears that Wayne will finally have the freedom to release his long-awaited Tha Carter V album, but will do so outside of the Cash Money Records wheelhouse.
T-Pain has filed a suit via his Nappy Boy Productions company against Lil Wayne's Young Money Records regarding owed royalties from Tha Carter III.
Drake took to Instagram to wish his Young Money Records boss Lil Wayne a happy birthday, heaping a lot of gratitude on the now 35-year-old rapper.
Cash Money Records has been known to have scrupulous business practices as well as a consistent habit of not releasing albums from their artists. Teenage rap group W3 The Future is learning this all too well after a record deal they signed in May 2013 has landed them on the proverbial career treadmill.
Drake fans will get their chance to show how much he means to them since the Toronto rapper’s new album, Nothing Was The Same, hits stores today (9/24). But really, Drake has been winning for a long time.