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Pop/R&B Artist Colby O'Donis And Pop Group W3 The Future Kick Off The "Spring Concert Series" At Universal CityWalk

So gone and get ya money lil duffle bag boys! Reportedly, there’s a rap group who goes by the name of W3 The Future, who claims the record label, Young Money dropped them and their promise to pony up on the dough!



The group’s production company Grassroots Productions sued Young Money Entertainment and Cash Money Records, claiming it signed a record deal last May in which Cash Money promised $600,000 to cover both the group’s advance … as well as the recording budget for their first album.

Grassroots claims YME and CMR paid the initial recording fees but ultimately failed to pay the bulk of the $600,000 … even after W3 The Future delivered their album months later as promised.

Grassroots says CMR simply told them, “Cash Money is not moving forward with this project.” And that was that.

Young Money, y’all swindlin’ these young cats out here? Oh boi! Hope that all ends well, and that the boys manage to be handled better in their future money- management endeavors!

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