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Lil Wayne’s Master Plan


With tracks off Drake’s soon to be released album, Take Care, already breaching the Billboard Top Ten before the album release we can start to visualize that the YMCMB crew may be passing down the torch. Business strategy, fate, who knows, but Drizzy’s following and musical output can now be put along the same lines as his master, Lil Wayne. As Weezy approaches 30 (now 29), his glamour will no longer contain the same Young Money swagger it once had. We can view this as Drake, now 25, overcoming the natural tale of time, replenishing the YMCMB motto (with counterpart Nicki Minaj, now 28, drawing in the female market). Ultimately, the growing YMCMB business will grant Lil Wayne enough money to live to old age in immense steadily growing wealth. He has accomplished his ultimate goal, and soon Dr. Carter can sit back and hope his Young Money farm team raises another YMCMB star into the majors.  - S.R.

 

Written by Uptown Soldier correspondent:
Steven Reubenstone

Rick Ross & MMG Cover XXL


The hottest group in the game right now, yeah I’m talking about MMG, covers the newest issue of XXL Magazine. The crew has stormed over the rap industry in 2011 with their compilation album Self Made, Vol. 1. The troops are led by The Bawse Ricky Rozay who is about to stun the rap world with his newest album God Forgives, I Don’t:

“I’m enjoying my last few moments at No. 2,” Ross says. “It’s like I’m watching the No. 1 man on stage, my legs crossed, I’m smoking big, hollering at the bitches in the crowd. And this album gonna do it. I got the formula.”

The Bawse recruited some big time talent for MMG all over the country with Wale, Meek Mill, and Pill:

“To me, it don’t matter where you from,” he says. “I come from a time and place when Miami wasn’t the most poppin’. Everybody wasn’t as eager to open they door, give you a hand. For me to be in this position, I want to make sure I do the opposite that a lot of these niggas did.”

Check out the full story when the issue hits news stands September 20th.

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