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Cash Money Records’ current incarnation is almost unrecognizable from its original lineup, but the legendary label has welcomed back an old face. Over 10 years since his last release on the label (2003’s Juve the Great), Juvenile has rejoined the Cash Money army (again).

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When asked by MTV News about a possible return, the former Hot Boyz rapper (rocking a Rich Gang cap, no less) revealed he actually resigned to Cash Money a few days ago. Juve doesn’t intend to jump ship for a third time, though, saying, “I’m not going nowhere. I plan on retiring here.”

MTV News also spoke with Birdman about Juve’s return. “I just feel like the time is right,” he said. “We had him in the studio, and I feel like he has the right records. We got him with young London [On Da Track], who probably one of the best producers in the game right now. I know with the platform I have, he can be bigger than he was before.”

Speaking with XXL, Stunna confirmed that London On Da Track (of T.I. “About the Money,” Tyga “Hookah” and Rich Gang “Lifestyle” fame) is producing the entirety of Juve’s next album, which might just be the comeback he’s been waiting for.

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