Birdman is more than just a viral punchline for walking out on The Breakfast Club. He's also a very successful CEO, and in an interview with XXL he explains how working with Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan motivated him to push his label forward.
"Working with Thug and Quan really gave me a whole [new] motivation about working on new music because I was more on my CEO shit,” he told XXL. "I Just felt I wanted to come with a whole new vibe, a bunch of new faces. Faces that haven’t been used but are very talented. I’m excited about the talent. I do this shit hands down. I see all of them just branching off and being superstars."Despite Rich Gang Vol. 2 not being a full reunion, Thug and RHQ are confirmed to appear on the album. It's unknown if that means on the same song(s) or separately. RG2 is out July 1, while Bird's solo album, Ms. Gladys, is out June 24.
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