By Prince Hakeem
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer
Back in 2003, Juvenile ended his beef with Cash Money Records, and dropped Juve The Great on the label. This actually led to the biggest moment of his career, when “Slow Motion” topped Billboard. That deal, though, was a one time deal, as Juvenile was doing his own thing.
Juvenile had his UTP movement and he did that with Atlantic Records, releasing the group album there. The group album came in 2004 and, 2005, Juvenile came with his new music. His album came in 2006, featuring “Rodeo,” his last major hit.
Through all of this, many have assumed Juvenile and Birdman fell back out, but they never did. Already explaining this on “The Breakfast Club,” he also told Ebro and Peter Rosenberg the story. Talking about his new album with Birdman, Just Another Gangsta, he explained their reconciliation, “Back That Azz Up” success, and his relationship with Mystikal and No Limit, why he never signed there.
Watch the entire interview below:
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