Grammy-winning rapper Lil Wayne may be enjoying his Labor Day weekend with family and friends but the Young Money boss is making sure to thank fans for having patience with the delayed release of his new Dedication V mixtape.
Weezy F. Baby hopped onto his Twitter page to show love to his diehard supporters for picking up the latest addition to his Dedication series.
“I appreciate every single 1 of y’all who downloaded that D5 & I appreciate everyone who fux wit it!! Love ya!! I do it for u.,” he tweeted September 1 night. (Lil Wayne’s Twitter)
Packed with 29 tracks, Weezy F. Baby features Southern stars like 2 Chainz and T.I. on his latest underground release.
D-Day has finally arrived. After a slight delay, Lil Wayne serves up the soundtrack to your Labor Day weekend with Dedication 5. The fifth installment in his DJ Drama-hosted series features a…
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Wale is “Gifted” enough to face off with J. Cole and Kanye West.
His first-week sales of 158,000 copies for the June 25 release of “Gifted” landed him in the top spot for weekly sales, just two weeks after West’s “Yeezus” and Cole’s “Born Sinner” dropped June 18.
Though he sold fewer copies than Kanye West (328,800 copies) and J. Cole (297,922 copies) in his first week, Wale’s sophomore album “Gifted” is officially Wale’s first No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 chart. His 2011 album “Ambition” peaked at No. 2.
“Born Sinner” currently sits at the No. 2 spot, while “Yeezus” sales dropped 80% landing West at the No. 3 spot.
Meanwhile, Lil Wayne’s “I Am Not A Human Being II” went gold with 503,000 in total sales since his March 26 release. T.I’s 2012 “Trouble Man” album also nears the gold mark with 483,000 in total sales.
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According to tmz.com
Lil Wayne isn’t rolling over after losing his massive legal battle against Quincy Jones III — TMZ has learned, the rapper’s now taking steps to get another shot at Quincy in court.
TMZ broke the story back in November … Weezy was ordered to pay Quincy $2,195,000in the wake of the producer’s lawsuit against the rapper.
Wayne had claimed Quincy released a “scandalous” documentary about him, and used his music in the flick without his permission. Quincy shot back, claiming Wayne’s legal tantrum torpedoed his film’s profit potential by miring it in litigation. The jury decided in Quincy’s favor.
Now, Wayne’s filed docs declaring his intent to appeal the jury’s decision. He’s got a month to file the actual appeal itself.
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