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Lil Wayne Re-Files Lawsuit In Louisiana

Rumors that Lil Wayne would be dropping his $51 million lawsuit against Cash Money Records has surfaced News that the Lil Wayne $51 million suit against Cash Money has been dropped was only partially right. The only reason it was dropped was that so it could be re-filed again in New Orleans, Rolling Stone reports. The news came from Karen Civil who tweeted the case had been moved to New Orleans. All this started with negotiations around The Carter V. It was supposed to come out several months ago. The album still has not released and Wayne has expressed his frustrations publics multiple times now. All of this ended up in this huge lawsuit, which is asking not only for money he is owed, but also percentages from Drake and Nicki Minaj’s careers as well. Just last week Lil Wayne yelled “F–ck Cash Money” and dropped the mic at a show telling them that The Carter V and his Free Weezy album would be coming soon. It is hard to say how soon any of it will be, but we are all patiently waiting.

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Rumors that Lil Wayne would be dropping his $51 million lawsuit against Cash Money Records has surfaced News that the Lil Wayne $51 million suit against Cash Money has been dropped was only partially right. The only reason it was dropped was that so it could be re-filed again in New Orleans, Rolling Stone reports. The news came from Karen Civil who tweeted the case had been moved to New Orleans. All this started with negotiations around The Carter V. It was supposed to come out several months ago. The album still has not released and Wayne has expressed his frustrations publics multiple times now. All of this ended up in this huge lawsuit, which is asking not only for money he is owed, but also percentages from Drake and Nicki Minaj’s careers as well. Just last week Lil Wayne yelled “F–ck Cash Money” and dropped the mic at a show telling them that The Carter V and his Free Weezy album would be coming soon. It is hard to say how soon any of it will be, but we are all patiently waiting.

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All of the songs on “A.K.A.” could be singles. While the album is very current Lopez stays true to her roots. There are also some killer collaborations with T.I., French Montana, Iggy Azalea, Rick Ross, Pitbull and Nas. Amadeus, Detail, Diplo, DJ Mustard, Max Martin, Ilya, RoccStar, Harmony Samuels, Charles “Chizzy” Stephens, Ryan “Ryghtous” Tedder all served as producers.
All of the songs on “A.K.A.” could be singles. While the album is very current Lopez stays true to her roots. There are also some killer collaborations with T.I., French Montana, Iggy Azalea, Rick Ross, Pitbull and Nas. Amadeus, Detail, Diplo, DJ Mustard, Max Martin, Ilya, RoccStar, Harmony Samuels, Charles “Chizzy” Stephens, Ryan “Ryghtous” Tedder all served as producers.
All of the songs on “A.K.A.” could be singles. While the album is very current Lopez stays true to her roots. There are also some killer collaborations with T.I., French Montana, Iggy Azalea, Rick Ross, Pitbull and Nas. Amadeus, Detail, Diplo, DJ Mustard, Max Martin, Ilya, RoccStar, Harmony Samuels, Charles “Chizzy” Stephens, Ryan “Ryghtous” Tedder all served as producers.