On the latest installment of “What Had Happened Was,” Mannie Fresh and Juvenile reminisce back to the good old days in the beginning of their career. They told a story of their most insane experience performing at The Tunnel in NYC when Flex was DJing. They explained how scary it was being rappers from down south performing in the most popular and legendary Hip-Hop night club ever in New York. This story is a classic! Take a listen below.
After reuniting back in August during Lil Weezyana Festival in New Orleans, it not seems that fans can expect more to come from Lil Wayne, Mannie Fresh and Juvenile. In a brand new interview with AllHipHop, Juvenile and Mannie Fresh revealed that a joint album from the trio is on the way! More below.
Last night New Orleans welcomed home LiL Wayne & more for one of the most epic concerts of our time. For those that were Cash money day 1 fans , you realized how historic and awesome it was to see Manny fresh, Juvenile hit that stage like the old days with Lil Wayne. Even with a hint of the new school Young Money Cash Money’s Drizzy Drake was more than “turnt Up” on that stage. Check out photos of the Cash Money Billionaires all together and the video footage of Drake Hyping up the stage and showing love to the one who believed in him the most, Lil Wayne.
Things aren’t going too well over at Cash Money. Lil Wayne and Tyga have jumped ship, Nicki Minaj and Drake are reportedly on their way out as well, Young Thug – though never signed – has left whatever management deal he had with Birdman. And not that they’re missed but Bow Wow’s gone, Mystikal’s gone, Busta Rhymes is gone, DJ Khaled is gone. So who’s left?! At this point, it might just be Juvenile and Birdman! And judging by Juve’s Twitter activity, things aren’t going too well for him. Taking to his account earlier this week, the New Orleans rapper shared the most struggle promo of all time, promoting for a hardware store in St. Louis. Like, OF ALL TIME. Let’s just hope this was merely a favor for a friend, and not something done out of desperation for a couple dollars. Peep the struggle below.
Lil Wayne’s Release Partiez club tour rolled through his hometown of New Orleans last night, and it was a nostalgic night for all as it became a mini Hot Boyz reunion with both Mannie Fresh and Juvenile on stage. (This is the second time Tune and Mannie shared a stage in the last week, as he performed with him in Miami during Ultra.) Christina Milian was in the building supporting her boo as well…so I’m guessing her daughter Violet was with daddy for the Easter holiday. Check out pics and video from the night below!
Juvenile is back with some new music! Take a listen to “Sho Me Love” featuring Drake after the jump!
I’m a M’Fkn Ca$h Money Millionaire – twice. The team is not complete, but it’s well on its way. During a sit down with MTV, Juvenile dropped the ball when he admitted to being signed back to Ca$h Money Records. Yes, he’s screaming Rich Gang from the pits, and plans on getting a tattoo as well. This is epic! Juvenile, although has been silent for a while, has never lost his spunk. Last year, the New Orleans native released a head-bouncer with, “LL Cool” and has worked with artists Yo Gotti and Young Jeezy for his 2014 album, The Fundamentals. Hit the jump for more.
Cash Money co- founder Mannie Fresh, has taken to his latest interview with Complex, to discuss the rise of Cash Money Records. Fresh described the transition the label made from ‘Bounce’ Music to rap, while developing artists such as Juvenile, Lil Wayne and B.G.
During the first weekend of this month, there were festivals galore. Some people were out in Chicago at Lollapalooza, others were north of the border at Caribana and/or OVO Fest…but there were also about 6500 fans, Waka Flocka, Juvenile, Kid Ink, Caked Up, Mod Sun, what would have been Nipsey Hussle (if he didn’t miss his flight, lol) and a ton of others camping out in the woods outside of Cleveland, Ohio for 2 full days at Machine Gun Kelly’s second annual EST Fest.