Why, oh why, can't Lil' Wayne leave the rock music genre alone?
Everyone knows how the rapper fared with his 2010 cross-over album, Rebirth, and now, he's pulled yet another mind-boogling move by signing none other than the '90s-tastic Limp Bizkit to his label, Cash Money Records!
Forget the nookie. He's going to be doing it all for the ratings now!
In "SAY WHAT?!" news, Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst is heading to television as not only a producer, but a star has he has signed a deal with CBS and CBS TV Studios to put his own comedy project into production.
Limp Bizkit is releasing their first album in almost six years, 11 if you count the fact that this is the first album to reunite the band with guitarist Wes Borland since 2000. Gold Cobra is going to be something really special for the fans of the rap-rock quintet, but Fred insists that the disc is "definitely not a reunion. It's a comeback."