New York for Allstar Weekend , covering every major event in town with appearances from Nicki Minaj , Meek Mill , Young Jeezy , Fabolous , Yo Gotti , T.i , Rick Ross , Snootie wild , Manolo Rose , King Louie and many more…
Fans have been waiting patiently for Tha Carter V and to show his fans appreciation for their patience, Lil’ Wayne seems to be releasing a bevy of new music for free. He took to Twitter this morning (Feb.5) to announce that he is releasing The Free Weezy Album, a follow up to Sorry 4 The Wait 2, which was released two weeks ago (Jan. 20).
This isn’t the only free album the Young Money general has up his sleeve. Word has it that Dedication 6 is on the way as well. DJ Drama announced via Instagram that mixtape was on the way, posting the caption “Sorry For The Wait 2. Carter V. Dedication 6.” under a pic of him, Wayne and Mack Maine.
Tunechi is currently battling with Brian “Baby” Williams to be released from his contract at Cash Money Records, the label he has called home since he was a teen. Weezy filed a $51 million lawsuit against Baby, claiming that he owes him millions of dollars for his delayed Tha Carter V album. Wayne says since he was not paid the advances he was supposed to receive once the album was finished and the album has not been released, he is entitled to bail from the label.
As a drug kingpin, his life and times of Freeway Rick Ross have been well-documented. He was represented in “Kill The Messenger,” a movie how drugs ravaged South Central neighborhoods of color. Furthermore, he’s had a couple rappers (Freeway and Rick Ross) adopt his moniker. These days, Rick Ross is getting it in a completely different way. He’s making movies and speaking to kids. We caught up with Freeway Rick and he gave some advice to currently-incarcerated rapper Bobby Shmurda and even Rick Ross.
Part 1 – “I think that he would be stronger with me than without me. I’m going places he can’t go or won’t go, for whatever reason. – Freeway Rick on Rick Ross