Cash Money Records held an Annual Pre-GRAMMY party last night (February 12) at The Lot in West Hollywood, California. Mostly everyone from YMCMB turned up to the party including: Lil Wayne, Birdman, Slim, Nicki Minaj, Drake, Cory Gunz, Lil Twist, Mack Maine, Tyga, Shanell, Marley G, Boo, Troy Bless, Ceelow, Ashley Ring, Jay Sean, Kevin Rudolf, DJ Khaled, T Lopez, and more. You can view lots of pictures from the event after the jump!
Drake is Golden in this album cover. The growth in his work in shown even in the boldness of this album cover. I am most excited about this line up of artist on the the album Stevie Wonder, The Weekend, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross. There will be three version of the album the standard edition, Birthday Edition, and Take Care OG Ron C Edition. I am truly exited about this project.
Drake stated this along with the album cover artwork…
“Feels like it’s been so long. Is life moving so fast in this generation that when we desire something it begins to move in slow motion? Are we just used to getting what we want right away? Or do we require one another to feel right about all that is going on around us? Maybe our anticipation is justified by the fact that we genuinely cannot wait to share a moment again? Either way, your life and mine are scheduled to meet on October 24…I wouldn’t miss it for the world.”
“Dropping this for our boy Avery,” Drizzy said on his OVO website. “…this was his favorite sh*t during the recording process.”
Lil Wayne is doing the d**n thing 11 songs d**n. Read more details via Billboard
Lil Wayne: A hefty eight titles debut on the Hot 100 from Lil Wayne’s album “Tha Carter IV,” which, as previously reported, rockets onto the Billboard 200 at No. 1 with 964,000 copies sold, according to Nielsen SoundScan. “Mirror,” featuring Bruno Mars, leads the way at No. 16, entering Hot Digital Songs at No. 6 with 149,000 downloads sold.
As three of his titles previously on the Hot 100 join his eight newcomers, Weezy places 11 songs total on this week’s chart, tying David Cook and Taylor Swift for the most simultaneously-charting songs by a soloist in the list’s 53-year history. Only the Beatles have held more concurrent positions, having placed 14 songs on the April 11, 1964, Hot 100 (as well as 12 each the frames before and after).
Lil Wayne really has what it takes to be a number one selling artist. The Carter 3 sold 1,005,545 copies in its first week of sales in the United States. Now three years later The Carter lV sold 1,000,690 while that is 4,855 album less than the first its still great number for today in music. Go Lil Wayne !!!