New Orleans rapper Juvenile is once again off Cash Money Records. The multi-platinum hip-hop artist has just inked a long-term solo deal with Atlantic Records along with a label deal for his imprint UTP Records. Juve’s UTP Records roster includes his group UTP (Juvenile, Skip & Wacko). The full article at ballerstatus.net has since been removed or relocated.
Juvenile is out with the video to his new single ‘Slow Motion’ featuring Soulja Slim, off the New Orleans, Louisiana rapper’s sixth studio album ‘Juve the Great’, released on Cash Money. Watch it via Vimeo below.
According to Ecko.com, coming off his gold certified ‘Juve The Great’ album, New Orleans rapper Juvenile has inked a deal with Rap-A-Lot Records to do his group UTP’s album. UTP consists of rappers Skip, Whacko, and of course Juvenile himself. Juvenile will also be stepping out from behind the mic to behind the boards to contribute beats to the upcoming UTP album, which is slated to drop May 18th.
New Orleans rapper, Juvenile, has announced that he has teamed up with Rap-A-Lot Records on new group album. Juvenile, who has recently struck gold with his latest album Juve The Great, and J. Prince, CEO of Rap-A-Lot Records, are planning to follow up Juve’s album with a UTP album to introduce new artists Skip and Wacko, which Juvenile will be featured on as well. The full article at ballerstatus.net has since been removed or relocated.
Juvenile is out with the video to his new single ‘Bounce Back’ featuring Baby AKA The Birdman. The track is off the New Orleans rapper’s sixth studio album ‘Juve the Great’, released on Cash Money. Watch it via YouTube below.
Rap acts on television this week include the Ying Yang Twins with Lil’ Jon, who perform on the Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn on Monday; Chiny, who premieres his latest on MTV’s Total Request Live on Tuesday; Murphy Lee, who premieres his latest on Wednesday’s TRL; Juvenile, who performs on the Late Late Show on Thursday; and Loon, who performs on Last Call with Carson Daly on Thursday.
J-Hood, Juvenille, Pras, and Kem were on hand for the Universal Motown Holiday Party on Tuesday (December 16) at Lotus in New York City. Check out pictures from WireImage.
Juvenile spoke with MTV News about why he’s been gone from the Cash Money fold the past three years. “You always miss the good times, but there were really a lot of bad things that people don’t know about,” the rapper said. “It was a lot of business that wasn’t being taken care of. I would say things to [the Hot Boys] like, ‘It’s cool we on TV and everything, but we need the money.’ Nobody wanted to stand up, so I had to stand up and be the one to say, ‘Hey, I got to move and do me.’ That’s what separated the Hot Boys. Me leaving messed the whole group up.” Read more.
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When speaking with any other member of Cash Money Records they’ll tell you how it’s great to be in a company where you see the CEO’s on a daily basis, eat lunch with them, and essentially hang out with them. Juvenile doesn’t partake in that, though. “I really ain’t been in the office, or hanging with ’em, or goin places with ’em together,” he explained. This is probably because Juvenile is more fit to lead, rather than follow. In a recent interview with ReactMag.com Juvy talked about his ups and downs with the label and why he’s back.
Rap acts on television this week include Eve, who appears on the Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn on Monday; Chingy, who appears on MTV’s Total Request Live on Monday; Missy Elliott, who appears on BET’s 106 and Park on Monday and the Tonight Show with Jay Leno on Friday; Outkast, who performs on the Tonight Show on Wednesday; Big Tymers, who perform on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Wednesday; Queen Latifah, who appears on the Ellen DeGeneres Show on Wednesday; Master P, who performs on Late Night with Conan O’Brien on Thursday; and Juvenile, who appears on 106 and Park on Friday.