Posts Tagged ‘cashmoney

16
Dec
10

Lil Wayne’s ‘6’7″ ‘ Originally For T.I., Bangladesh Says….

From chart-topping records to serving time behind bars, Lil Wayne and T.I. have a lot in common. In fact, they were both set to lavish lyrics on what eventually became Weezy’s latest joint, “6’7″.”

Producer Bangladesh, who supplied the rumbling, insistent beat for Weezy’s beastly 2008 banger “A Milli,” recently revealed that Wayne’s lead lyrical K.O. from Tha Carter IV was originally sent to Tip’s camp.

 “Due to the situation and the circumstances of the Cash Money situation, I really wasn’t thinking about Wayne at that moment when I made it,” he told BET.com about sidestepping Weezy’s label due to static that cropped up when Bangladesh claimed Cash Money owed him some, well, cash money. “I just knew that the beat was a big track and I couldn’t at the time think of nobody that could swag this out like that or was worthy enough of this beat really.

“I was actually sending the beat to Gee [Roberson, Atlantic Records executive] for T.I.,” he added. “I mean, not that I think T.I. would sound good on the beat, they were just looking for a single and somebody said, ‘Man, send that to Gee; T.I. need something.’ ”

Even though the producer sent over the track, he knew that Tip wasn’t likely to latch on to the record. Instead, Roberson, who co-manages Weezy, insisted the beat was Carter IV material.

“I already dealt with T.I., I know how T.I. is. I knew he wouldn’t really be rocking this beat right there, so I sent it anyway,” he added. “And Gee just hit back talking about Wayne: ‘Man, Wayne’ll kill this, Wayne’ll kill this,’ so I had to really see if I wanted to do it or not, but they’ve been communicating, they’ve been reaching out.” Continue reading ‘Lil Wayne’s ‘6’7″ ‘ Originally For T.I., Bangladesh Says….’

26
Oct
10

Gudda Gudda- I Dont Like The Look Of It

29
Mar
10

Drake Secures May 25th release date for “Thank Me Later”

   

 Drake‘s upcoming debut album, “Thank Me Later” album, has finally got a release date and it will reportedly hit stores on May 25th. According to multiple reorts, including one of ours, Drake will head across the states on his fist solo tour called “The Away From Home Tour” shows kicking off on April 9th in PA and ending in Houston on May 20th, just a few days before the album is dropped.