Juvenile Signs With Cash Money Records, For The Second Time

| October 28, 2014 | 1 Comment


During an interview with MTV, rapper Juvenile has announced he has officially resigned with Cash Money records. He states that he is happy to resign the papers for the label he once called home and hopes to stay with the label until he goes into retirement. The New Orleans rapper was first signed in 1997 ad left Cash Money in 2003 and eventually went to Atlantic records.

“I just feel like the time is right. We had him in the studio, and I feel like he has the right records. We got him with young London [On Da Track], who probably one of the best producers in the game right now. I know with the platform I have, he can be bigger than he was before.” says Cash Money CEO Birdman.

Juvenile is also working on an upcoming album that will be produced entirely by London Da Track.

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