Among those three rappers, it was the 'Moment 4 Life' raptress who slays the song by declaring herself as the female Weezy and delivering a blow to the enemies.
A fresh song called "Y.U. Mad" from Birdman has hit the web for fans' listening pleasure. The co-founder of Cash Money Records secures not just one but two powerhouse featured guests, Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne, for this track.
The Harajuku Barbie steals attention right when she kicks in the song. "I am the female Weezy," she proclaims before proceeding to slam the haters with "Yeah, we shine, gold cluster/ As for your career, dead, ghostbuster" and chant "that's why you mad".
"Y.U. Mad" is confirmed to make the cut to Birdman's upcoming studio album "Bigger Than Life" which is due in the United States on November 22. On Twitter, he revealed that he will release it as a single and has already filmed a music video for it.
In related news to Birdman, the rap mogul denied accusation that Cash Money bought "Tha Carter IV" so it nailed almost a million copies in its first week. "Nah, man, that really don't make no sense. Why would we do that?" he asked back when quizzed about the rumor.
"I press and distribute 'em. Ain't no need for me to buy 'em. That's hustling backwards; we ain't in it for that. I ain't ever been a part of that type of scheme to be buyin' records. We don't do that, homey. We be working too hard to be - that don't go with what we do."
"We truly what we do. We're real about what we do, we work hard every day at it, and we work for the people. That's what we do music for: for people. And we appreciate the love they give us back. But no such thing as me buying no CDs. I wouldn't even play it like that."