Cash Money has been in the news lately for the artists they've lost.
But today we get word that prodigal son Juvenile has flown back to the Birdman's coop.
This would be the third time around for Juvenile and the record label. In 1998, Cash Money released the album 400 Degreez, which contained the megahit 'Back That Azz Up' and went on to sell over four million copies, still the most in Cash Money history.
Juvenile left the label briefly in 2002, citing financial improprieties, but returned the next year to release Juve The Great.
He would leave again in 2006.
Today, the Louisiana based rapper told MTV News that he was "back home" at Cash Money.
"It's all done, I signed the paperwork a couple days ago ... I'm back," he told the music channel. "I'm not going nowhere ... I plan on retiring here," he added.
Birdman was also interviewed and he welcomed Juvenile once again.
"I just feel like the time is right. I had him in the studio, and I think he got the right records," Birdman said about the reunion. "We got him with Young London [On Da Track], who probably one of the best producers in the game right now."
Juvenile's last album, The Fundamentals, barely cracked the top 50. Do you think Cash Money and London On Da Track can revitalize the 39-year olds career?