Ashanti To Sign To Cash Money?

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Ashanti’s music career has been in limbo for quite some time, but Lil’ Wayne and his Cash Money Crew have reportedly come to her rescue.

Rumors say that the former Murder Inc. singer has signed with the label, and is developing her new studio album.

When speaking to 98.7 Kiss FM, Lil Wayne revealed, “As far as Cash Money, they’re always listening and looking at acts, so honestly, it’s like every other day I hear about somebody new just signed to Cash Money. I don’t wanna step across any boundaries, but I think we’re working with Ashanti right now.”

Ashanti launched her own label Written Entertainment last year and is currently promoting her single “The Woman You Love” featuring Cash Money signee Busta Rhymes.

Source: Loop21

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  1. Erik

    November 25, 2015 at 2:07 am

    I appreciate your coemmnt most of all. It makes so much sense and I am happy to know that there are other people besides my sisters, brothers and friends that realize exactly what is happening to our music. They have taken away R&B music from us and our people let them do it. Now rap music is going, going gone! I’m still listening to music from the 90 s. I’m a huge LIL Kim fan. I have been one from day one but I don’t argue success. Nicki is getting her shine because of the beef she started with Kim. Basically right now she is cooning. This is not who she is. I have all the smack DVD’s with Nicki on them and her rapping was different. Instead of starting beef she should have come out and tried to get pointers from the female rappers before her. This younger generation of artist are very disrespectful. I don’t believe that anyone has to bow down to anyone but you should show some respect to the people who paved the way for you and even made it possible for you to be able to do what you are doing. Our music is gone and no one is paying attention to this. They worked hard to get rid of us and they won. We only know how to get together to argue about some foolishness when we should getting together to stand up against this blatant racism that our people are enduring. But on the same note a lot of these artist want to be something they are not and sell out for a dollar so this is the end result.

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