Bow Wow And Cash Money Records Sued For Illegally Sampling.

A member of a 1970s soul group has filed a lawsuit against Bow Wow and Cash Money Records for illegally using a sample. In the past months there have been several lawsuits against hip hop artists for illegally using samples, and now Cash Money Records – no stranger to lawsuits themselves – are under fire from a 1970s group who claims the label sampled their track on one of Bow Wow’s 2010 hits without their permission. Robert Poindexter, a... Read More

Birdman Forgets Bow Wow Was Signed To Cash Money

Rapper Bow Wow admitted during his child support hearing that he only had $1,500.00 in his checking account and earned only $4,000 a month from his label Cash Money Records. But according to HipHop365 Cash Money CEO Bryan ‘Baby’ Williams forgot Bow Wow was even signed. “When Birdman was reached by reporters in New York seeking clarification regarding Bow Wow’s reported income, the CEO was seemingly unaware that Bow Wow was actually signed... Read More

Mannie Fresh Said “What Happened To The East Coast Sound”

Cash Money ex- Member, Mannie Fresh feels the music industry needs the east coast and west coast sound back in Hip Hop, I agree! Fresh is currently working on the G.O.O.D. Music compilation C.D, Cruel Summer.   Check out a few thing Mannie Fresh had to say: “You got NY rappers that sound like they from the South, East coast rappers that sound like they from the South. I’m not saying anything is wrong with that, but what happened to the East... Read More

Producer Bangladesh signed with Cash Money records

From unpaid royalties to signing deal.   From co-creating Lil Wayne‘s “A Milli” and Nicki Minaj‘s “Did It On ‘Em” to suing the New Orleans, Louisiana-based imprint for unpaid royalties to signing with Cash Money Records. They must of offered Des Moines, Iowa producer Bangladesh a great deal for him to take it. This week, MTV News reports that Bangladesh signed the first production deal of his career. “We... Read More

Cash Money signs Limp Bizkit

They are not call Cash Money for no reason. With platinum line up  team, Nicki Minaj, Drake and Lil Wayne and now signing major label artists like rap-rock band Limp Bizkit. What is next we can expect from Cash Money. The company was founded by brothers Bryan “Birdman” Williams and Ronald “Slim” Williams.  Read More

50 Cent Admits Wanting ‘Lean Back’ Anthem

G-Unit leader 50 Cent opens up about his musical tastes and admits he wished rap nemesis Fat Joe‘s “Lean Back” was his own record in the new issue of XXL Magazine. Within his cover feature, Fif reflects on today’s lack of genuine, hit records. “When I was in the mixtape circuit, there was a lot going on. I was able to take things that I wish I made myself and do ’em over. Now it’s not a lot of sh*t out... Read More

Nicki Minaj Announces “Roman Reloaded” & Release Date

Nicki Minaj took to her twitter to reveal that her sophomore album will be called “Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded” and is set to be released on Valentine’s Day of 2012. Expect a single before the end of the year.  Read More

Basketball Wife’s Evelyn Lozada signed book deal wit Cash Money

Basketball Wives own Evelyn Lozada has linked up with Cash Money’s Birdman and Ronald “Slim” Williams for a six-figure book and film deal. Signing with the Birdman and Slim founded Cash Money Content company, Evelyn first plans are to release a book series, ‘The Wives Association.’ The book will fictionalize some aspects of real life events from her years of dating a professional athlete. Evelyn confirmed her new business... Read More

[NEW MUSIC] Busta Rhymes signed wit YMCMB plus new record ft Chris Brown ‘Why Stop Now’

Wait! say it ain’t so!! these guys are going to have literally the All Stars rappers. According to Miss Info, Busta Rhymes and Mystikal have both signed to Birdman’s Cash Money imprint. Congrats guys!  but listen to his new single ft Chris Brown   [audio:|titles=Busta Rhymes – Why Stop Now feat. Chris Brown]  Read More

Cash Money buys out ‘Tha Carter IV’ to compete with ‘Watch the Throne’ sales

We have received confirmation from a reliable source that a Cash Money alliance recently bought out Tha Carter IV to exceed record sales. Mysteriously enough, it was as though the quantity bought was insufficient. The source of course choose to remain anonymous with fear of conflict to evolve. Well now, this leaves us to believe that Cash Money may very well have bought out the Carter IV with the intent to out sell Jay-Z & Kanye West’s recent... Read More

Birdman’s brother file a lawsuit from prison!!!

Birdman’s Incarcerated Brother Files Lawsuit Over Prison Living Conditions ,the imprisoned brother of  Cash Money CEO Bryan “Birdman” Williams has filed a lawsuit against the Federal Bureau of  Prisons and Warden Anthony Haynes. According to Terrance “Gansgta” Williams is currently being held at the Jesup Federal Correctional Institution in Southeast Georgia, where he has filed a lawsuit against the Feederal... Read More

[GET WIT IT ALLSTARS] Get Wit It Mag introduces Actress Dailyn Santana

Fresh young comedian actress, Dailyn Santana is a little more than just your average. Born and raised in Elizabeth, NJ , Dailyn is a warm spirited overall happy individual. With the passion for acting, she dedicated most all of her time into the business and found herself excessively overworked. She soon found balance with her career as well as her family with their support. Soon after, Dailyn was in a film called “Payin the Price”,... Read More

Mack Maine Starts New Label Under Cash Money

Young Money president Mack Maine put in a call to MTV last week and shared the news about a Cash Money Records expansion. It seems Mack will be starting up a new record label under the YMCMB imprint. Listen to him discussing the business move below: Get Wit Rap Radar  Read More

Lil Wanye allegedly owes 20million in "Lollipop"

Producer Darius “Deezle” Harrison claims Lil Wayne and his record labels, Young Money Entertainment and Cash Money Records, are past due on payments for his hit-making services. MTV reports that Harrison has filed a $20 million lawsuit against them, claiming he’s yet to see the loot from co-crafting several jams on Weezy’s 2008 album Tha Carter III, including “Mrs. Officer,” “Let the Beat Build,” and the Grammy-winning Hot 100 chart-topper... Read More

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