Money over everything. Lil Wayne, Birdman, and YMCMB’s newest signee Euro work hard and play even harder in the video for their money-making anthem “We Alright,” the first single off the Young Money compilation Rise of an Empire. From the club to the office, the rappers toast to the good life with their crew.
Rhode Island rapper Euro gets the club turnt up, while people surround him wearing shirts with his name on it. Cash Money boss Birdman sits down to a fancy meal before a food and champagne fight breaks out. And in a scene inspired by The Wolf of Wall Street, Weezy leads his office into a victory celebration.
Other members of the YMCMB family including Mack Maine and Chanel West Coast make cameos.
Due March 11, Rise of an Empire also features appearances from Drake, Nicki Minaj, Tyga, Christina Milian, Lil Twist, Shanell, and more.
The team is back. On February 17, Young Money will drop their new single “Senile” featuring Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj, and Tyga. Tyga has unveiled the cover artwork, which shows a photo of Albert Einstein with “YMCMB” written on his tongue.
The song, produced by David D.A. Doman, will appear on the upcoming compilation Young Money: Rise of an Empire, due March 11.
The follow-up to 2009′s gold-selling album We Are Young Money also features appearances from YMCMB’s own Drake, Gudda Gudda, Shanell, Lil Twist, Christina Milian, and more.
Last month, director Colin Tilley shot a video for “We Alright” featuring Lil Wayne, Birdman, and YMCMB’s newest signee Euro.
While his peers were recovering from Grammy weekend, YG went in front of the lens to shoot a video for the star-studded remix to his street smash “My Nigga” aka “My Hitta” on Monday.
With director Motion Family behind the camera, Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne, Meek Mill, Jeezy, and Rich Homie Quan stopped by to film their scenes at a sound stage in L.A. YG’s Def Jam labelmate Iggy Azalea also paid a visit to the set.
Rocking long blonde hair and a tight black dress, Nicki snapped some Instagram pics with her Young Money boss and Lil Twist. “It’s Weezy F Baby & the F is for a bunchAshit,” she wrote.
Fresh off the platinum sales of the DJ Mustard-produced song, the Compton MC stood in front of a lowrider bike while sporting a jersey with the March 18 release date for his Def Jam debut My Krazy Life.
YG rides out with an all-star cast on the remix to his DJ Mustard-produced street smash “My Nigga.” The Compton MC grabs verses from Lil Wayne, Rich Homie Quan, Meek Mill, and Nicki Minaj, who holds it down for her “bitches.”
“I just got $250,000 for a verse, ni**a/ I don’t know is it me or it’s your thirst, ni**a / You ni**as ain’t got no joints / Like the injured Chris Paul, you ain’t got no point,” spits Nicki.
YG’s Def Jam debut My Krazy Life is due March 18 featuring Drake, Jeezy, Ty Dolla $ign, and more.
Amid divorce rumors, Keyshia Cole breaks her silence with her freestyle to Chris Brown’s single “Loyal.” The Oakland songstress, who has a four-year-old son with Daniel Gibson, doesn’t hold back about her relationship.
“What we had was so real and you let it all go, go down the drain … These ni**as ain’t loyal/ These bitches can’t do nothing for you,” sings Keysh, while Kingston adds some dancehall flavor to the bouncy banger.
In November, she announced that she was working on a mixtape and had been in the studio with Future, Wale, Trey Songz, French Montana, August Alsina, and Mike WiLL Made It. As part of her recording sessions, she has also remade J. Cole and Miguel’s “Power Trip” and Drake and Jhené Aiko’s “From Time.”