Mack Maine, who is the current president of Cash Money Records, has finally broken the silence about two of their top artists wanting out of the record label. Cash Money Statements. It’s now well known that Lil’ Wayne, and Tyga, are both signed to the Cash Money Label, and they’ve told the world about their dislike for the label. Each member has stated that they wanted out of the company, and wanted to move on to make their music independently, or with another label.
Lil’ Wayne had an album that has been delayed several times, entitled “The Carter V,” and this last delay was the straw that broke the camels back. After positively stating that the album would be out on December 9, 2014, the album was delayed once again.
Mack Maine stated to nbcnews.com that the album will be released, but most likely in the first quarter of 2015. He wants people to know that the album definitely will be released, but a date has not been set yet. Mack also states that the problems that Lil’ Wayne and Tyga are having with the label, are currently being addressed, and they hope to resolve it as soon as possible. Although the president has high hopes for the label, we’ll wait and see the outcome.