In actuality, Juvenile and the Hot Boyz have spent more time apart and off Cash Money Records than they did together. During their run, which spanned three years in the spotlight, Juvenile and the Hot Boyz made classic music, along with the other members of Cash Money Records. A few years ago, nostalgic fans watched a dream come true when Juvenile returned to his former label. But, following the release of Juve the Great, Juvenile was gone for good.
Juvenile initially left Cash Money Records over unpaid royalties and ended his feud when he returned to the label. However, Juvenile left again because he wanted to be the head of his own company. Juvenile will be forever be seen by longtime New Orleans hip hop fans as the face of Cash Money Records. In the time since then, Cash Money Records has reached new heights with a roster full of artists, veteran artists, new artists, and unheard artists.
After his performance at S.O.B.’s last night, Juvenile sat down with Power 105.1’s “The Breakfast Club” and there he discussed how he felt about another reunion.
Watch the entire interview below: