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Lil Wayne’s newest hit Mrs. Officer is one of the hottest songs in the world right now. Lil Wayne Ringtones are some of the most popular ringtones in America! Dwayne Michael Carter, Jr., better known by his stage name Lil Wayne, is an American rapper. Currently part of the newly reunited rap group Hot Boys, he joined the Cash Money Records collective as a teenager. He worked with B.G. on the album True Story and eventually recorded for the label. Get It How U Live, released in 1997, was Lil Wayne’s first album with Hot Boys, and Tha Block is Hot, his solo debut, came out 1999.

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Tha Carter III was released on June 10, 2008, selling more than a million copies in its first week of release, the first to do so since 50 Cent’s The Massacre in 2005. The first single “Lollipop”, featuring Static became the rapper’s most commercially successful song at that point, topping the Billboard Hot 100, making it the first Top 10 single for Lil Wayne as a solo artist, as well as his first #1 on the chart. His third single from Tha Carter III, “Got Money” featuring T-Pain, peaked at #13 on the Billboard 100. Along with his album singles, Lil Wayne appeared on R&B singles “Girls Around the World” by Lloyd, “Love In This Club, Part II” by Usher, “I’m So Paid” by Akon, “Turnin’ Me On” by Keri Hilson, and “Can’t Believe It” by T-Pain; rap singles “My Life” by The Game, “Shawty Say” by David Banner, “Swagga Like Us” by T.I. and pop single “Let It Rock” by new Cash Money artist Kevin Rudolf. If you want to download ringtones by Lil Wayne, including the Mrs. Officer Ringtone, simply click on the link below and sign up. You will be able to download Lil Wayne Ringtones instantly and you will also get bonus ringtones just for signing up. Don’t wait, click on the link below and sign up to get Lil Wayne Ringtones for your phone:

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  1. Taco
    February 21st, 2013 at 02:00 | #1

    what songs has lil wayne been sued for?
    links will help, i know he got sued for mrs. officer, playing with fire, i feel like dying, and now lollipop
    but i want more details on all of them.

  2. Playa
    February 21st, 2013 at 07:02 | #2

    He’s getting sued for Milkshake originally by Kelis.
    References :

  3. Faith Hannah Lehane Woods
    February 21st, 2013 at 07:04 | #3

    An e-mail blast sent to members of the media and music-industry insiders on Thursday (April 2) by Makin Moves Entertainment revealed court documents were filed in New York District Court summoning the company, as well as DJ Drama, to answer to charges of selling Lil Wayne’s music illegally. According to the documents, the lawsuit was filed February 18 of this year.

    The information was surprising to many, considering Wayne and Drama collaborated recently on Dedication 3, the third installment of their popular mixtape series that helped catapult the rapper to superstar status.

    Candace Carponter, an attorney representing Cash Money Records, confirmed to MTV News the authenticity of the documents. Carponter clarified that the lawsuit — stemming from an ongoing case against BCD Music Group, an independent distribution company based in Texas — has not been pushed by Lil Wayne directly, but by his recording home. Lil Wayne created a rift with many mixtape DJs last year when he lashed out at them during the release of his most recent album, Tha Carter III. The rapper levied claims against a number of DJs who he felt were profiting illegally off of his work. He later cleared up his remarks on DJ Drama’s radio show, of all places, singling out the Empire, the DJ who had released a number of Da Drought Is Over mixtapes featuring Wayne.

    During the initial legal proceedings, Carponter explained BCD provided the court with documents that allege the company signed contracts with Drama and Makin Moves Entertaintment for rights to sell projects that included DJ Drama’s Wayne collaboration Dedication 2.

    Carponter acknowledged the initial collaboration of putting together the mixtapes was done with consent, however, selling the projects in retail outlets with Lil Wayne’s image and likeness was an illegal act. The parties, she also noted, did not have rights to strike deals with Wayne’s music.

    In an e-mail message to MTV News, Drama stated, "The accusations against me are misplaced."

    "This is not a case of Lil Wayne vs. DJ Drama. Me and Wayne are good," the DJ wrote. "I am confident that this matter will be resolved quickly without harming the relationships between myself, Wayne and Cash Money Records. However, due to the ongoing nature of this litigation I do not wish to make any further comments."

    According to Carponter, the summons were sent within the past two weeks to the parties, which court documents list as BDC Music Group, Inc; Deep Distribution World Wide, Inc; Tyree C. Simmons; Cinque Productions, Inc; Apphilliates Music Group; Makin Moves Entertainment; and Frank Nino.

    "BCD claimed the right to sell the music," Carponter said, noting the contracts the company said it signed with the parties, including Drama. "So we named them in complaints and they have 30 days to answer the charges, based on when they receive the papers."

    A request for comment from Lil Wayne has not been answered as of press time.

    Lil’ Wayne can’t seem to keep his nose clean. After pleading guilty to attempted weapon possession less than two weeks ago, the rapper is now being sued for copyright infringement by a man who has an issue with Weezy and Birdman’s 2006 album "Like Father, Like Son."

    Thomas Marasciullo claims his voice was used without his permission on Like Father, Like Son tunes such as “Respect” as well as tracks from Birdman’s 2007 album, 5 Star Stunna, according to BBC News.

    Marasciullo said Lil’ Wayne and Birdman asked him to record some “Italian-styled spoken word recordings” back in 2006. He wasn’t aware the recordings were actually used on the albums until his daughter stumbled across the song “Respect” when trying to download a ringtone.
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    that’s all the info i could get for you
    sorry it’s not enough

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