If you’ve been anywhere near social media in the past few weeks then you’ve likely witnessed a few status updates reading “Cash Money Records taking over for the ’99 and 2000.” In remembrance of Juvenile’s popular song, “Back That Azz Up,” and Cash Money Records’ glory days, fans have been eagerly taking us all back to one of music’s most precious times.
Flash forward to today, and Mannie Fresh, Lil Wayne, Birdman, and Juvenile deliver a new record titled “Hate.” It contains a classic, yet surprising introduction from Birdman. “We’re back at it, daddy. 2016, summertime shine,” he says. The crew uses the space to put an end to naysayers with a line-up of sharp verses that start with Lil Wayne.
Juvenile and Mannie Fresh recently spoke with All Hip-Hop about an upcoming album. “It was a long time coming,” the producer said. “What’s crazy was it was more so the fans, the fans demanded this. To them, it’s iconic. It’s necessary that y’all go back and do this album, and even show the planet that whatever it was, whatever was going on with us, we can get over that.” Juvenile also spoke on having a few features locked in.
Listen to the reunion record up top.
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