Lil Wayne's Daughter Signs to Young Money
Lil Wayne's daughter Reginae Carter is following her father down the Young Money path, with label president Mack Maine confirming the signing at Cash Money's pre-Grammy party last week.
Speaking to Rap-Up TV, Mack Maine hyped up his new 14-year-old signee, who previously had performed with OMG Girlz. "Just expect greatness," he said. "She's Toya's (Wright) daughter, and Wayne's daughter, so that's a great combination. She's a star, just put it like that. A super, megastar."
Carter joins a few other young guns that have also signed on at Young Money, including Torion Sellers, We the Future, and PJ Morton. Cash Money co-chief Ronald "Slim" Williams also showed up to the same party with new label addition Aziatix, an Asian-American group who reportedly signed to Cash Money as part of the label's global push. "We're reaching out more internationally now -- it's a global thing,” Cash Money A&R Joshua Berkman told Billboard at the event.
Young Money, Lil Wayne's imprint on Cash Money Records, is a subsidiary of Universal Music Group.