Birdman thinks that 50 Cent is Lil’ Wayne’s replacement?
Lil' Wayne:"I want off this label(Birdman's Cash Money Records) and nothing to do with these people(Birdman…) but unfortunately it ain't that easy,I am a prisoner and so is my creativity."
Cash Money CEO Birdman took to Instagram Tuesday (June 6) to explain that he wants to executive produce 50 Cent’s next album, more specifically, a sequel to 2003’s classic Get Rich Or Die Tryin’. He believes with his touch, it will go platinum “plus.” Fiddy’s last two albums, 2009’s Before I Self Destruct and 2014’s Animal Ambition failed to surpass Gold status (the latter didn’t even hit that milestone), however, Get Rich Or Die Tryin’ is certified six-times platinum by the RIAA.
As far as the response from fans and followers, the mogul has received mixed reviews, as some are excited about the idea, while others are doubting its potential success.
Baby’s merch. The hoodie showed the New Orleans mogul in cartoon form with his popular “Put some respeck on my name” catch phrase from his infamous Breakfast Club interview last year. Hopefully this is a sign that the two could be planning to start cooking up some heat in the studio in the near future.