EXCLUSIVE: Juvenile has reunited with Cash Money Records after a bitter breakup in 2001.
"Juvenile and Cash Money have settled any differences they had, and Juve is currently working on album which will be released by Cash Money later this year," Peter Seitz, CEO of American Talent Agency, told AllHipHop.com.
ATA is Juvenile's management company and Seitz said the parties would release a formal statement at a later date.
Although the heat has subsided, tensions were far more intense at one point.
"Man Listen. No one leaves Cash Money Records," Baby said to AllHipHop.com in 2001. "There is only one way to leave Cash Money Records. The way you walk in, aint gonna be the way you walk out."
Previously, Juvenile claimed that Bryan "Baby" Williams and Ronald "Slim" Williams, co-CEOs of Cash Money Records, cheated him out of hundreds of thousands of dollars. He also alleged that the label betrayed him and his intense trust for them. Juvenile attempted to release recordings through U.T.P. (Up Town Projects.), his own label, but no albums ever manifested themselves.
Other defectors have held resolute in their ill feelings toward the New Orleans based record label.
Sh*t wasnt poppin with Cash Money for me Ni**as wasnt breaking bread so I had to go, said BG.