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Brandy's New Album, 50 Cent Speaks On Lil' Wayne

Brandy will be joining the cast of BET's "The Game" which airs January 10. Brandy will play a "sassy bartender" by the name of Chardonnay who will play a love interest to Coby Bell's character; Jason. In addition to her role on "The Game", Brandy will deliver her long awaited debut on RCA records slated for early next year. Brandy worked with a bevy of producers and writers including Chris Brown, Frank Ocean, Sean Garrett(who reportedly produced the first single), Rico Love(worked with Pleasure P), Timbaland, and Drake(rumored). Sounds interesting. I really hope Brandy brings the heat!

50 Cent has spoken out about former or current nemesis; Lil' Wayne and how his days on top are coming to an end. It was mentioned in a new cover story for rap magazine XXL. Of course like 50 Cent does; he is just conjuring up attention possibly to promote his own upcoming album which he is working on alongside Dr. Dre.

Of course Lil' Wayne won't be on top forever but I think his reign will continue a little longer. I don't see anyone really taking over anytime soon. Unlike 50 Cent; Lil' Wayne is not gimmicky and that's exactly why 50 Cent is not reigning like he used to. In addition to not putting out any albums though he's done some mixtapes; people got a little tired of 50 Cent feuding with everyone. The shit gets old really quick!
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