Well it's happened again. Lil Wayne's highly-anticipated album "Rebirth" has reportedly been pushed back again to late summer. First set for April then changed to July, Weezy's venture
into rock has moved to August 18th.
In related news, Philadelphia rapper Freeway has confirmed he signed with Lil Wayne's Cash Money Records. "I been f*cking with Cash Money," Freeway says. "You know, me and Wayne did a joint for the last album, but we couldn't get the sh*t cleared in time and all that. We just throwing around some ideas. And I'm launching a label, Free Money, so what better home for it."
In a recent interview, Cash Money Co-Founder Bryan "Baby" Williams talked about Cash Money becoming the power house it is and even about the problems with the Hot Boyz. "We lost a lot of friends and homies for the success," Baby said. "None of them wanted to be with a major. Juvie comes from a major and he had f*cked up experiences with them and he didn't want to do it. [Lil] Wayne wanted to do it. Geezy wanted to do it. [Mannie] Fresh didn't want to do it. I was like, man, f*ck it. It's the only way we gonna grow because we're outgrowing what we doing. So I was like, man, we about to settle this sh*t. I'm about to go get this money they got and gonna see what it do."