Guest Star: "My Relationship W/ Cash Money Really Started Off W/ Lil Wayne"

Wednesday, Jan 2, 2013 2:15PM

Written by SOHH for Compton Menace

[With 2013 in full swing, Black Wall Street member Compton Menace gives SOHH readers the scoop on what he has mapped out for these next 12 months and why Cash Money could play a big part in his plans.]

I got a lot of things going on [for 2013]. I've got the new music video called "Ain't No Change" with Wiz Khalifa, that should be out at the top of the year.

I shot a video with Birdman called "It Ain't My Fault." That was just for the haters. A lot of people like to talk about what they see and what's going on and don't really know. I just had to bring that to the light for them.

I've actually been on the road working. It's been crazy for me because I've been working with various artists and stuff like that. I've got a video with Trae the Truth called "My Homies" and I shot that in Houston, Texas and while I was out here in New York, I got to shoot a video with Bow Wow.

So that's what's really been going on.

What I've got with Cash Money, well, we're working on a little something. It's a little something on the side that everyone can be expecting. I can't say too much right now. But my relationship with Cash Money really started off with Lil Wayne, actually.

Lil Wayne's a good friend of mine and has been a good friend of mine for about seven or eight years now. So I've had a lot of involvement in the stuff that's gone on with Wayne and Cash Money, stuff like that.

That's really how I got real close to everybody and I'm really working on the business [side of the industry] now. They see the growth and they see everything that's going on.

A rapper from Compton, California, Compton Menace officially hooked up with Black Wall Street in 2008. He is a member of the once signed group, "Goon Squad" and has made a name for himself collaborating amongst the likes of Wiz Khalifa, Game, Birdman, Bow Wow, Cash Money/Young Money and more.

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