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BIRDMAN & JUVENILE DO IT AGAIN

Turning up with the most sought-after reunion of 2019, Birdman & Juvenile unleash a new collaborative single entitled “Ride Dat” featuring Lil Wayne.  The single will premiere on Apple Music’s Beats 1 and is available at all digital retailers today.

Get it HERE via Cash Money Records.

Capturing the magic of classic Cash Money Records, this blockbuster track unites the label’s three original pillars—Birdman, Juvenile, and Lil Wayne—on one massive, modern, and magnificent banger. Over a beat cooked up by in-house producer DRoc [Jacquees, Rich Gang], Juvenile leaps right into a classic NOLA flow, bobbing and weaving between nimble rhymes and a hypnotic hook. While Birdman’s icy cadences shines more than ever before Lil Wayne goes hard with an airtight display of his own. These Cash Money Records all-stars deliver an anthem for the label’s next generation and a historic return-to-form. Be on the lookout for the music video’s debut soon.

Fittingly, it sets the stage for the imminent arrival of I’m On My Shit, the follow-up sequel to J.A.G.—the first collaborative album released by Birdman & Juvenile earlier this year. Songs from the initial collaboration cumulatively tallied over 20 million YouTube views and clocked 10 million Spotify streams and counting. Billboard predicted it as “the beginning of a new chapter.” The ultimate sequel of 2019 is just around the corner. Get ready for I’m On My Shit.

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Listen to Rich Homie Quan’s Debut Album, Rich As In Spirit, Here

 

“Quan’s official debut is a triumph of willpower and talent, a detail-oriented collection with immaculate production that rightfully reestablishes his place in rap.”Pitchfork

 

“Iillustrates what it was that made Quan so undeniable in the first place”  –The Ringer

 

“His strongest release to date, sounding very much like the culmination of refining his craft”Complex

 

On March 16th, Following years of anticipation, countless mixtapes, and numerous multiplatinum singles, the rapper delivered his biggest and boldest body of work to date befitting of a storied reputation as one of Atlanta’s preeminent voices. He introduced the record with the one-two punch of singles “Changed” and “The Author.” Most recently, Quan turned up with more masterful melodies on “Understood.” Over production from Nard & B, he delivers pensive and powerful bars like “When my teacher was gone, she said I wouldn’t be shit, but see my teacher was wrong ».

 

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