R&B Singer Nivea Bares All For BET Digital’s Original Series, ‘Finding’

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If you’re wonder what happen to singer Nivea. Wait no more!

Nivea recounts the compelling details of her Hollywood rise and fall, her intimate coupledom-turned-co-parenting with two of music’s biggest names, Lil Wayne and The-Dream, the cold-shouldering label politics that dampened her career, and the ultimate blessings she sacrificed it all for: motherhood.

From being booed on stage, to blossoming as one of her label’s most sought-after R&B urban sweethearts, to shying away to her label’s backburner and then motherhood, the Complicated singer recollects her never-before-told account that answers a true 2000s R&B fan’s most burning question: where is Nivea?

Watch below.


Ja Rule Talks About Jennifer Lopez, Ashanti, 50 Cent And More On ‘Drink Champs’

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Ja Rule stops by #DrinkChamps and talks the start of his solo career, working with Jennifer Lopez and Ashanti, if Nas has signed to Murder Inc., 50 Cent beef, and more.

Cliff Notes.

Bag Secured. Lil Wayne Now Owns All of Young Money Entertainment

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Last year it was reported, Weezy filed paperwork asking a judge to appoint a receiver to supervise the operations of Young Money’s joint venture with Cash Money Records or shut the label down completely and appoint a liquidator.

Weezy originally sued Birdman’s Cash Money Records, claiming the music exec owed him tens of millions of dollars, including an $8 million advance for “Tha Carter V.”

Birdman has already responded to the demand, claiming Wayne has no right to shut down the label while the rapper is still under contract with the company.

Fast Forward…

Weezy is now the sole owner of Young Money.

The rapper shares the  news in a recent interview with Billboard.

Billboard reports, The terms of a recent out-of-court settlement between Wayne and Cash Money reportedly dictated that Young Money Entertainment, Wayne’s subsidiary of the label, is now owned entirely by him, though its distribution with Cash Money’s parent company Republic Records remains in place.

Lil Wayne and Cash Money have been embroiled in a public feud in recent years, over Wayne’s allegations that he was not properly paid for the music he released on the label. The tension included a falling-out between Wayne and Cash Money co-founder Birdman, a formerly close associate that Wayne has said he regards as a father figure. Wayne told Billboard that he and Birdman are back to speaking every day, but their relationship has changed. “Not even just with him, but my relationships with a lot of people have become different, just because of how different I work now,” he said.

Read the full Billboard profile here.

It’s About To Go Down. Lil Wayne’s “Tha Carter V” Reportedly Dropping This Month

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Back in June it was reported, Lil Wayne got a huge payout in his lawsuit against Birdman, Cash Money and Universal Music Group.

As part of the arrangement, Lil Wayne is now officially done with Cash Money and the infamous “Tha Carter V” album will now be put out by Universal.

Fast Forward…

Seven years after Tha Carter IV, Lil Wayne is set to release the long-awaited follow-up on Sept. 21, according to the official Young Money social media  account. They also revealed the cover art, which features a hand holding up five fingers.


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