HotBoy Turk Re-Signs To Cash Money

After winning a previous lawsuit against the label, HotBoy Turk has announced his resigning with Cash Money Records.

By: Rico Panacea (@RicoPanacea)

(AllHipHop News) HotBoy Turk is an original Hot Boy.

As a member of Cash Money Records, he found success as a member of the rap group the hit-making group “Hot Boys” which also featured Lil Wayne, Juvenile and B.G.

After taking care of his own issues over the years, Turk is looking to once again take his music career to star levels.

The rapper took to social media with Cash Money Records CEO Birdman to announce he has resigned with the legendary rap label.

Turk, alongside Juvenile, B.G., and Lil Wayne churned out hits like “We On Fire,” “I Need A Hot Girl,” and others, which still shake the floors of nightclubs throughout the United States of America.

Their album Guerrilla Warfare would become a Billboard 200 Top 5 album.

However, several setbacks, including Juvenile leaving the label and both Turk and B.G. being incarcerated, would keep a group reunion from happening after their initial stint.

After being released from prison in 2012, Turk would restart his career and later sue Cash Money Records for unpaid royalties.

Turk won the $1.3 Million lawsuit and asked for the case to be dismissed after both sides agreed to a settlement.

In 2017, Turk appeared on the OWN Network series “Iyanla: Fix My Life” with his wife.

Their the host would help the couple get on the right path to fixing their marriage issues.

This looks like a sign of a possible Hot Boys reunion in the near future after the release of B.G. from prison.

Are you ready to see a reunion of yet another legendary rap group?