According to reports, Pain has taken legal action against Wayne’s record label for music his team helped create over a decade ago and want over $500,000.
T-Pain’s company, Nappy Boy Productions, is suing Young Money … saying he produced Wayne’s track, “Got Money,” which also featured T-Pain. Further, TP says one of his artists, Young Fyre, produced “How to Hate” on “Tha Carter IV.” The deal, according to docs, was that Young Money would pay T-Pain some royalties. According to the docs, there should be a bundle … because 2008’s “Tha Carter III” sold more than 3.2 million copies … and that’s in the U.S. alone. (TMZ)
Back in May, T-Pain finally caved in and dropped an unreleased Lil Wayne collaboration project.
— T-Pain (@TPAIN) May 18, 2017
Pain also went to Twitter to ask fans to weigh-in on their fave Wayne banger.
The same week, the Southern crooner hinted at plans to possibly release the T-Wayne project.
Back in 2011, T-Pain said their T-Wayne project would likely never come out.
The “5 O’Clock” hitmaker also shed light on what happened to his highly-publicized collaborative album with Lil Wayne. “When [Wayne] got into his little trouble, that was right at the peak of when we was like, ‘OK, let’s go. Let’s do this now.’ He finally had time, then he went to jail,” said Pain, who recorded eight or nine songs for the project before it was scrapped. While he’s still up for it, he doesn’t think Weezy is interested. “Things happen and I’m pretty sure he’s over the whole idea now. I don’t even be bringing it up to him no more. I’m pretty sure he’s way past that right now. He’s doing big things.” (Rap-Up)
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