As Young Money prepares to release their compilation album, 'Rise of an Empire,' the crew dropped their new video for 'We Alright' featuring Lil Wayne, Birdman and Euro. One thing’s for sure -- YMCMB knows how to throw a rowdy party.
In his music, Drake often raps about his humble beginnings while growing up in his hometown of Toronto. But some critics have questioned Drizzy’s authenticity when it comes to his upbringing since he was raised primarily in an upper middle-class neighborhood. Drake scoffs at any notion that he grew up as a rich kid.
Young Money rapper Tyga has racked up some chart-topping hits including ‘The Motto‘ and his remix to ‘Rack City‘ featuring Wale, Fabolous, Meek Mill, T.I. and Young Jeezy. Now, the Compton, Calif., rhyme-spitter is gearing up for his headlining Careless World Tour next month, in support of his upcoming album ‘Careless World: Rise of the Last King,’ which hits stores on Feb. 28.
I've been playing this record in my DJ sets over the past couple of weeks and so far it has been very well received. Initially the track, by Young Money's Lil Chuckee, caught my attention because it shared the title of J.Dash's dance anthem (WOP) but when I listened for the first time it had a really unique vibe and I instantly pictured it working on dancefloors. Lil Chuckee puts the "young&q
When Aubrey Drake Graham was a kid, he loved "chillin", "maxin & relaxin" and aspired to be "a great breakdancer & singer." Little did he know that he would grow up to become one of the most loved (and hated on) pop icons in the game. Before
Last night the news broke that both Busta Rhymes and Mystikal have joined Cash Money Records. The move came as a shock to many being that most of Cash Money's Young Money members are under the age of 30, but at ages 39 and 41 both Busta and Mystikal prove that "age ain't nuthin' but a number."
Lil Wayne is hands down, one of the biggest music artists on the planet. So what happens when an artist like Lil Wayne makes a tour stop in his hometown of New Orleans? A party. A BIG party. Tonight, I had the chance to see Lil Wayne for a 4th time (???) - maybe a 5th time .... I've really lost count.
We knew it wouldn't be long before the hardest working man in hip hop began his climb back to the top. Wasting no time since his late 2010 prison release, Lil Wayne is already heading back out on the road.
Now that we're in 2011, it's time to make some New Years resolutions. It looks like T-Pain's resolution was to make some more money and hang out with some familiar faces...plus continue to produce hit records.