Rick Ross returns with his ninth studio album, Rather You Than Me, as offers up his first visual from the project with “Trap Trap Trap” featuring Young Thug and Wale. Produced by Beat Billionaire, the track delivers a a great impression of what’s in store for the rest of the album which includes a crazy Birdman and Nicki Minaj diss track. See the video below, directed by Ryan Snyder.
Guess the second time is the charm for Juvenile as he signs back with his original label, Cash Money Records. This news comes at bittersweet timing for the label as a few members, including Tyga and Lil Twist, has voiced their frustrations with YMCMB. Birdman’s recent interview with Hot97 discussed the situation and he stated that he treats the label like a family, “Either you’re in or you’re out.” So it looks like Juvenile decided to be “in” and rejoin the Cash Money family where the Louisiana rapper originally signed with back in 1997.
Juvenile told MTV News that he is in it for the long haul: “I’m not going nowhere. I plan on retiring here.” Birdman also spoke on the his return stating:
“I just feel like the time is right. We had him in the studio, and I feel like he has the right records. We got him with young London [On Da Track], who probably one of the best producers in the game right now. I know with the platform I have, he can be bigger than he was before.”
Check out the video interview Juvenile did with MTV here.
Produced by Lil Lody, Young Scooter takes his “Colombia” hit and adds Birdman, Ross and Gucci for the remix. Check out the video, which is the MTV Jam of the week and directed by Gabriel Hart.