Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Juvenile Crawls Back To YMCMB!

Cash Money/Rich Gang  and Juvenile reconcile again.

The NOLA rapper has suffered since he departed from the label twice.

Terius Grey, known as Juvie (formerly Juvenile) was signed to the Cash Money label back in the late 1990s. Since then he struck it out on his own and couldn't muster the base when he was major labeled. Now it seems like he's learned the art of the music industry.

He realized that since the departure from the label, he's been struggling. He owes child support, has no driver's license and is nearly bankrupt.

Juvie needs the work!

I guess Bryan "Birdman" Williams and brother Ronald "Slim" are willing to forgive and forget. After all, they'ze family!

Juvie announced that he's resigned to the label and will appear on the Rich Gang album shortly.

He gained worldwide success after releasing his major label debut 400 Degreez. The smash single Back That Azz Up became a radio friendly hit.

It also introduced the world to rap producer Mannie Fresh and Lil' Wayne.

The first time was in 2002 when he claimed the label screwed him out of his paycheck. He decided to strike it out on his own with his U.T.P. crew. Then he came back to record two more albums with Cash Money before officially splitting from the label.
Birdman, Lil' Wayne, Money Maine, and Nicki Minaj.
Turk, The B.G., and Mannie Fresh also left the label respectively. They all suffered since the departure. Turk and Mannie Fresh have reconciled with the label but haven't resigned yet.

The B.G. is currently in federal time out for gun possession.

Cash Money's big break came in 1998 when the label caught the attention of Universal Records executives. In 1998, Cash Money signed a $30 million pressing and distribution with $3 million advance contract with Universal, entitling the label to 85% of its royalties, 50% of its publishing revenues and ownership of all masters.

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