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Turk Discusses Himself & Lil Wayne Suing Birdman & Cash Money Records

Turk Discusses Himself & Lil Wayne Suing Birdman & Cash Money Records

Turk explains in an interview with AllHipHop about why he filed a lawsuit against Birdman and Cash Money Records for over $1 million dollars, as well as his thoughts on what Lil Wayne will be going through right now after he filed his lawsuit last month.

The former Cash Money artist speaks on being promised to get back with Birdman and a Hot Boys reunion while he was incarcerated, chatting to Tunechi recently but not since his lawsuit, why he thinks CMB is successful even though they get sued frequently by people in the music industry, and confirms that he is not suing Baby just because Tune did it.

You can read what Turk said after the jump below!

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Vinylz Talks Producing Lil Wayne’s “Believe Me” Single Featuring Drake, “Tha Carter V” & More

Vinylz Talks Producing Lil Wayne Believe Me Single Featuring Drake, Tha Carter 5 Album & More

After reading an interview last week, here is another new interview that AllHipHop did with Vinylz about producing Lil Wayne‘s new single featuring Drake called “Believe Me“.

The producer discusses co-producing the “Believe Me” beat with Boi-1da last year, sending it to Drake who then played it for Wayne in the studio, hearing that Wayne recorded over more of his beats on Tha Carter V, if he thinks C5 will be Wayne‘s last album, and if he believes Drizzy was sending shots at Jay-Z on the song.

You can read the interview after the jump below and click here to read what Vinylz said about working with Nicki Minaj!

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Cash Money Records Hit Another Big Milestone, 50 Cent Imitates Lil Wayne From His Deposition

Cash Money Records Birdman & Slim With Their 500 Million Songs Sold Plaque

Cash Money Records have just accomplished another great achievement in their 21 year history by selling over 500 million songs worldwide. Birdman spoke to AllHipHop earlier today about the labels new amazing milestone:

“There is no more dynamic and prolific a label than Cash Money Records and the YMCMB family – point blank. We’re proud of every one of our artists and their contribution to our legacy.”

What’s most humbling is the global reaction to our story. Slim and I built this label from the ground up and seeing our brand connect with people across borders, culture and language makes us appreciate every one of our fans worldwide. We can’t wait to deliver another 500 million bangers.”

“Success is something that Slim and I have always aimed for. It feels great to sell 500 million songs but fans should know, we aren’t going to stop now, and will continue our legacy.”

I wonder how many songs Lil Wayne sold out of the 500 million ❓

In other news, if you want a good laugh then watch a new 50 Cent interview after the jump below with Booska-P that took place in Paris, France, which the bro Navjosh just sent over. At the end of the interview, 50 starts to imitate Tunechi‘s hilarious deposition videotape when asked if he robbed Gunplay’s chain.

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Lil Wayne On Set Of “Pop That” x Featured On 2 Upcoming Jim Jones Songs

Lil Wayne recently chopped it up with Mikey T The Movie Star of AllHipHop on the set of French Montana’s “Pop That” video shoot over Memorial Day Weekend in Miami. In the short clip above, Weezy talks about French’s single and shows a bone sticking out of his shoulder, which he separated four weeks ago skateboarding. It’s a shame we don’t really get any new interviews with Tunechi anymore πŸ™

In other news, hit the jump to watch a Jim Jones interview with Industry Muscle were he says he has two upcoming songs with Lil Wayne and Cam’ron. One track will be a Dipset single from Jim and Cam called “You Ever Made Love” featuring Wayne on the chorus and the other will be the official remix to Jim‘s “60 Racks” record, also featuring Cam’ron.

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Video: Lil Wayne Says New Single “How To Love” Gives Him Goose Bumps x More

Above, Lil Wayne speaks about his new single “How To Love” with Sway when the two sat down after the taping of Weezy‘s upcoming Unplugged special.

“I can tell you that I’ve never had a single like it, and it’s an amazing song. It’s an amazing song. When I listen to it I get goose bumps,” Weezy said. “And I feel like the song is gonna take me somewhere that I’ve never been musically.”

Tunechi, who recently extended his I Am Still Music Tour through September, is looking to diversify his live show, and “How to Love” would help him do that. “You know that if you come to a Lil Wayne show two years from now, you already know that ‘I’m gonna get rap β€” some of the best rap β€” I’m gonna get some guitar, I’m gonna get some singin’, I’m gonna get some dancin’, I’m gonna get some old-school music, and I’m goin’ to a show tonight.’ And I think that’s where this song is directing me to.”

For Birdman Jr., rap just isn’t enough anymore. “I am a musician, and a few years back, I noticed that I wasn’t just a rapper. And I noticed that I didn’t want to do this just to rap,” he said before clarifying his point. “I do want to go down as one of the greatest rappers of all time, but I also want to go down as one of the greatest musicians of all time.

“When you think about it, Tupac is just known as a great rapper; Biggie is just known as a great rapper, Jay-Z β€” just known as a great rapper,” he continued. “I want to be known as that rapper that turned it all the way up and became the face of the music.”

Actually, Wayne looks to epitomize the word one day. “When they make a billboard and put whoever they gonna put up there to define the word ‘music,’ I wanna be there.” – MTV

After the jump, you can watch videos of Detail speak on producing “How To Love” (says Weezy recorded the song in November 2010), Rick Ross chat about his great relationship with Lil Wayne and the John” single, and Birdman talk about Tune‘s Tha Carter IV album (says he thinks it will be one of the best albums in history).

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Video: Game Says Lil Wayne Is “Too Good”

In an interview with AllHipHop.com, Game says that Lil Wayne‘s No Ceilings mixtape was too good and he killed everybody with it! Game also speaks about how he got Weezy and Birdman on his mixtape for this record.

Bonus: Gudda Gudda Recalls Getting “Willy Wonka” From Lil Wayne [YoungMoneyHQ.com]
Bonus 2: Birdman Confirms Cory Gunz Is A Young Money Artist [YoungMoneyHQ.com]

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