Years ago, Juvenile was one of the biggest artists in the South. Initially known as the leader of the New Orleans-based Cash Money Records, Juvenile broke records in the South. At the time, the only artist in the New Orleans area making bigger noise was Master P. Juvenile would leave Cash Money Records in 2002, briefly returning in 2003.
Juvenile’s career reached an unexpected peak in 2004 under Cash Money Records, when he released his single with Soulja Slim, “Slow Motion.” Topping Billboard for several weeks, Juvenile found himself one of the biggest artists of the year. Since then, however, Juvenile’s career has been on the decline. Now, the biggest artist from New Orleans is Lil Wayne.
With several years passed, Juvenile and Lil Wayne have been in communication with each other, open to working with each other again. Juvenile is currently focused on releasing new music. Earlier this year, the legendary emcee released a song called “Watch Yourself.” Recently, Juvenile spoke on the creation of his song.
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