Drake may still be in the middle of promoting his 2013 album, Nothing Was The Same, and fans are eagerly anticipating new albums from Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne, but fans of the collective group, Young Money, appear to have major treat coming their way. The Young Money camp is reportedly working on a new compilation album called Young Money: Rise Of An Empire.
According to allhiphop.com:
“This compilation is a very special release for the label. We Are Young Money helped launch the careers of our first generation of acts with Drake, Nicki Minaj, and Tyga,’ says Young Money COO Cortez Bryant of the project’s 2009 predecessor. ‘Even though we’ve been honored with accolades as a company, our hunger hasn’t diminished or dwindled. We’re hungrier than ever, and we’re still building. That goes hand-in-hand with the title, Young Money: Rise Of An Empire. We’re not going anywhere. We don’t plan on stopping— ever. Our goal is the expansion of this empire with the next generation of kings and queens ruling.'”
The album singles will feature Drake’s “Trophies,” which didn’t make the cut of his current album, and Lil Wayne and Birdman’s “We Alright.”
Young Money: Rise of an Empire is set for release on March 11 and will feature Birdman, Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj, Drake, Tyga, Shanell, Gudda Gudda, Christina Milian, Lil Twist and recent YMCMB signee Euro.