Juvenile Backs That Thing Up, And Returns To Cash Money Records (Video)

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Less than one year after he was reported to have signed with J. Prince’s Rap-A-Lot Records, it appears that Juvenile may be back in business with Cash Money Records.

MTV News received an exclusive with the multi-platinum star when asking him about his relationship with the former (now present) label. Birdman also commented, maintaining that Juvenile was always close to the family, and his ability to bring the rapper back to stardom:

Between 1997 and 2003, Juve’ released five solo album with Bryan & Ronald Williams’ label. His 1998 LP, 400 Degreez, went five-times platinum on the strength of hits like “Ha” and “Back That Azz Up.” Additionally, Juvenile was a member of the Hot Boys and Cash Money Millionaires. He left in the mid-2000s, citing financial reasons for his departure. B.G. and Turk also left the label.

In the new video interview, he confirms his status in Rich Gang, the label’s latest team. Juve, who was signed to Atlantic, E1, and Rap-A-Lot since parting ways with Cash Money, added that he intends on getting a tattoo.

In the 2000s, Kurupt returned to Death Row. Ma$e returned to Bad Boy. After The Fix, Scarface returned to Rap-A-Lot. With that said, what does this signing do for the legacy of Juvenile and YMCMB?

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