Juvenile talks Cash Money

27 Oct

JuvenileAt one point, Cash Money Records was the hottest record label in the game. The label was led by The Hot Boyz. Juvenile was the star of the group and the star of the label. During their best days, Juvenile was their flagship artist.

By 2001, the label was falling from grace and Juvenile left Cash Money in favor of his own UTP Records. For five years, Cash Money Records found itself in rebuilding mode. In 2007, Lil Wayne unexpectedly became rap’s biggest star.

Because of the emergence of Lil Wayne, Cash Money has become a place that many rappers want to sign to. Through Wayne’s Young Money imprint, Cash Money has returned to the top and rappers from Cash Money past are now talking.

Juvenile stated that he has always maintained a great relationship with Bryan “Birdman” Williams, the CEO of Cash Money. Juve said that he was happy for Lil Wayne and the second generation of Cash Money.

However, when comparing the current roster to the one that he helped make famous, Juvenile said that they have a tough road ahead.

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