Nearly a decade after leaving the label, due to issues over royalties, Juvenile has pulled a LeBron and come back home.
During a recent interview with MTV, the original Cash Money Records signee revealed that he’s officially re-signed with the label that he began his career with.
“It’s already done, man. I signed the paperwork a couple days ago,” Juvenile said when asked whether he’d consider signing with Cash Money Records again. “I’m signed back, Rich Gang. I’m about to get my little tattoo and everything. It’s all love, I’m back.”
This time, Juve says his loyalty is much stronger. He wants to stay with Cash Money until he retires.
“I’m here to stay, too, for everybody out there. I’m not going anywhere,” he said. “I talked about it to [Birdman]. You start where you finish. It’s a done deal, people. I’m officially signed back to Cash Money, Rich Gang. It’s a big bubble, man.”
MTV also caught up with Birdman, who talked about resigning his former artist and how things have changed.
“Even though we’ve been through what we’ve been through, [we’re] older now. We was younger then,” Birdman said. “We all spoke. [Lil Wayne] did music with him. And I think he’s got the right records. I know how focused he is, with his craft. He ain’t never lost that… To be working with Juvie again, I’m excited about that because I know what I can bring out him and with the platform I have, he can be bigger than he was before.”