May 30, 2017 ... District court holds hip-hop artist Drake's use of 35 seconds of jazz artist's spoken -word track is protected fair use because wording was changed enough to make use transformative. In 1982, jazz artist James Oscar Smith, known professionally as Jimmy Smith, released an album titled “Off the Top,” which ...
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In the early 1990's brothers Bryan "Birdman" Williams, and Ronald "Slim" Williams founded what would become one of the most successful American independent hip-hop labels of our time. From early indie label to major music heavyweight, Cash Money Records is now home to some of the biggest artists in the music ...
Aug 16, 2016 ... We're used to seeing Apple Music pick off artists one-by-one for exclusive deals. Now it's signed an agreement with an entire label – a big one. Cash Money Records, whose artists include Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj, Young Money and Birdman, is now an official partner of the service – to some extent, at least.
Jul 23, 2017 ... Cash Money Records' public history of owing its artists money is the center of attraction once again.
Aug 31, 2017 ... Wayne I'm sorry but you a bitch who got left with a wet mouth and ass lmao you been dissing this man for a whole ass year real niggas go see about theirs we don't got shit to say we bout that action but dissing the same clique you was a face of just looks stupid and got you looking like a irrelevant thot ...
Aug 16, 2016 ... Deal with Cash Money expands Apple's effort to develop TV programming.
In its quest for more exclusive music content, Apple Music has signed an agreement with Cash Money Records: the record label which brought fan Lil Wayne, N.
Gr 6-9-This series details the growth of four major record companies. Each title is illustrated with color photos of popular musicians and chronicles the ups and downs of the often violent hip-hop music industry as well as the difficulties of building a business (i.e.,"Dre was also feeling the pressure of helping others succeed, ...