Dedicated rap label Cash Money Records is celebrating the success of its artist roster with the "Cash Money Records Platinum Hits Volume 1" compilation, due Nov. 19 via Cash Money/Universal. Executive
Dedicated rap label Cash Money Records is celebrating the success of its artist roster with the "Cash Money Records Platinum Hits Volume 1" compilation, due Nov. 19 via Cash Money/Universal. Executive produced by the label founders Ronald and Bryan "Baby" Williams, the 17-track set features cuts by the likes of Boo & Gotti, Juvenile, Hot Boyz, and Big Tymers, among others.
Produced by Big Tymers member Mannie Fresh, "Platinum Hits" boasts tracks drawn from the 11-year-old label's catalog of albums certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America for U.S. shipments of 1 million copies. Included are such well known cuts as Juvenile's "Back That Azz Up," B.G.'s "Bling, Bling," Big Tymers' "#1 Stunnas," Lil Wayne's "Tha Block is Hot," and Turk's "It's In Me."
A week after the "Platinum Hits" collection is released, on Nov. 26, Cash Money/Universal will issue "Birdman," the debut solo album from by Bryan "Baby" Williams (aka Da #1 Stunna). Packed with guest appearances, the set features the likes of Toni Braxton ("Baby You Can Do It"), Jermaine Dupri ("How It Be"), and P. Diddy, Mannie Fresh, and Tateeze ("Do That"). Among the many others who appear on "Birdman" are Lil Wayne, Jazze Pha, Clipse, Boo & Gotti, Keith Murray, Cam'ron, and Petey Pablo.
Here is the full "Cash Money Records Platinum Hits Volume 1" track list:
"Big Ballin," Big Tymers
"Cash Money Is an Army," B.G.
"We on Fire," Hot Boyz
"Back That Azz Up," Juvenile
"Bling Bling," B.G.
"#1 Stunnas," Big Tymers
"Tha Block Is Hot," Lil Wayne
"I Need a Hot Girl," Hot Boyz featuring Big Tymers
"Shine," Lil Wayne featuring Baby, Mack 10, and Mikkey
"Get Your Roll On," Big Tymers
"Get off the Corner," Lil Wayne
"U Understand," Juvenile
"It's In Me," Turk
"Baller Blockin," Cash Money Millionaires featuring E-40
"Project B***h," Cash Money Millionaires
"Everything," Lil Wayne