Cymandye from HHS87 recently chopped it up with Shanell for an interview. They talked about touring, being a part of Young Money since the start, who SnL‘s influences are, the Midnight Mimosas mixtape, her definition of a “gypsy”, why her debut studio album never came out after Lil Wayne’s Rebirth album was released, and more.
The Young Money Princess also describes her sound as being way ahead of time and announces that she will drop a Nobody’s Bitch Volume 2 mixtape before she drops her debut album. You can watch the full interview in the clip above!
Rolling Stone recently caught up with Busta Rhymes at Premier Studios in Midtown to chat about the YMCMB crew, working with artists on the label, an upcoming Drake collaboration, and more.
Busta says that he is inspired by the talent of watching artists like Lil Wayne, Drizzy, Shanell, Mystikal, and Nicki Minaj work. He also confirmed which artists on the record label he has worked with, and announced that he has a J. Dilla produced-song which will appear on his upcoming project featuring Drizzy Drake!
Hit the jump to read the Rolling Stone interview with Busta Rhymes.
In the video above, Young Money bosses Lil Wayne and Mack Maine introduce a new group that they have signed to the label called W3 The Future. The teenage group, also known as WTF, consists of 3 best friends – 3siXT, DG, and Edge One.
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Shanell recently spoke to VIBE about her “Throwback Thursday” cover series, her forthcoming debut studio album, being a female signed to Young Money, her sister D. Woods, if she would ever be open to do a reality TV show, and more.
You can read their full interview after the jump below!
In the video above, you can watch John Reed interview Mack Maine backstage at BET’s 106 & Park show from earlier this week.
The Young Money President talks about his “Celebrate” single, why he collaborated with Talib Kweli and Lil Wayne on the song, what we can expect from Young Mula’s new signings Reginae Carter and Lourdes “LoLo” Rodriduez in the future, how he looks for music artists to sign to the label, and more.
Birdman recently spoke with MTV about him and Lil Wayne listening to Drake‘s “Started From The Bottom” song for the first time. The YMCMB boss also spoke on the rumors that surface online every month of Drizzy leaving the label, which are of course all bullshit.