Aspire Music Group filed a lawsuit in Manhattan Supreme Court on April 17.
The Cash Money vaults apparently go pretty deep.
The company suing Cash Money, Aspire Music Group, is apparently being sued too.
Birdman’s lawyers say they’ve shown Wayne’s team the books.
Birdman and Slim want to share their label’s tumultuous story.
Weezy is looking for $40 million in unpaid royalties from Young Money artists.
Online for the first time, this story chronicles Fresh’s split with the label that “put the business into rap,” and his relationship with New Orleans, post-Katrina.
Rap heir Jas Prince explains how he plucked a Toronto kid off MySpace and put him on the path to the big leagues.
Depending on who you ask, Thug is alternately, and extremely: a troll, a genius, a pawn, the reincarnation of Wayne, a scourge on rap. Give the guy a break.
Weezy dancing to Drake is all of us dancing to Drake