RUMOR: Curren$y Leaves Wayne’s Young Money Label?
Up-and-coming New Orleans rapper Curren$y, who has been signed to Lil Wayne's Cash Money/Universal distributed Young Money imprint for several years, recently announced on his MySpace that he is no longer with the label. In a post titled "Sorry yall i tried.....honest," which was posted at 6:07 a.m. on Sunday (Dec. 16), he declares his independence from his former label, but does not give a reason for his departure. He also goes on to claim that he will not be recording any diss tracks towards his former label. Curren$y's debut Music To Fly To was originally slated for a 2006 release, but the release date was pushed back indefinitely. A video for the first single "Where Da Cash At?," which featured Lil Wayne and Remy Ma, received play from major video networks back in 2006. Here is the full post from Curren$y's MySpace:
"I officially declare my independence on this 16th day of December 2007....I AM NOT YOUNG MONEY....regardless of what u may hear in da streets,read on the web or hear on the radio I AM NOT YOUNG MONEY....If that loses me friends r fans thats just something i will live with but i will get my just due in this rap game b4 its all said and done.....Dont look 4 any beef records from me cuzz that aint my thing, just look 4 me at the top...str8 up.....fly 1 out"
CLICK HERE to go to Curren$y's MySpace.