B.G. Re-Signs With Cash Money As Birdman Plans Hot Boys Reunion


Cash Money Records is making waves in the music industry once again as Birdman, the CEO of the label, has announced the re-signing of rapper B.G. This exciting news also comes with plans for a long-awaited Hot Boys reunion, much to the delight of fans.

Key Takeaway

B.G. is returning to Cash Money Records, joined by plans for a Hot Boys reunion. Birdman, the CEO of the label, expressed excitement about B.G.’s comeback and hinted at the involvement of other original Hot Boys members. This announcement has sparked anticipation among fans who have been eagerly awaiting the return of the iconic rap group.

A Much-Awaited Return

B.G., known for his memorable line “Cash Money is Army, better yet a Navy,” is returning to the label that helped shape his career. In a rare interview on the 85 South Show, Birdman expressed his enthusiasm for B.G.’s comeback, reminiscing about discovering him at just 13 years old and transforming him into a platinum-selling superstar.

Birdman affirmed his confidence in B.G.’s loyalty, stating, “My lil n‘s official Cash Money … ain’t nobody else he gonna sign with besides this shit.” The news of B.G.’s return has sparked speculation about the potential involvement of other original Hot Boys members.

A Welcome Reunion

B.G.’s release from prison on Monday, after serving 11 years, was met with a warm welcome from Birdman, instantly reigniting their partnership. Although B.G. had parted ways with Cash Money over 20 years ago, his legacy as part of the Hot Boys alongside Juvenile, Lil Wayne, and Turk has left an undeniable mark on the music industry.

Turk, another member of the Hot Boys, has already expressed his excitement for the upcoming reunion. With B.G. now signing a new deal, the pieces seem to be falling into place for what promises to be an epic return for the group.

A Record-Breaking Legacy

Birdman proudly boasts that Cash Money Records has sold over one billion records and accumulated 500 billion streams. With such an impressive track record, he predicts that the Hot Boys reunion tour could generate an astounding $4 to 5 million per show.