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Cash Money Records’ Birdman & Slim In Discussion To Sale The Label For $10 Billion, Per Source

In the latest revelation shared exclusively with, a source in New Orleans, who is close to the family revealed that Cash Money Records co-founders Bryan “Birdman” Williams and Ronald “Slim” Williams are currently in discussions to sell the iconic label for a staggering $10 billion.

Cash Money Records’ journey dates back to 1992 at the same time as Birdman and Slim set out on a task to create a home for hip-hop and urban music. Their vision and entrepreneurial spirit led to the establishment of a label redefining the style, however additionally emerged as a global powerhouse in the music industry. Notably, their efforts commenced just four years after Berry Gordy’s historical $61 million sale of Motown Records, a go-with-the-flow that signaled a new era for the music industry, according to

Fast forward to the present day, Cash Money Records has surpassed all expectations to become a multi-billion dollar entity with an unprecedented roster. With A-listing music acts such as Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj, and Drake, the label has achieved remarkable success, selling 130 million albums sales and $1.8 billion in gross sales since 1998. These numbers underline Cash Money’s undeniable influence and commercial prowess, reinforcing its recognition as a cultural phenomenon.

However, the prospect of a $10 billion sale raises intriguing questions about the future direction of Cash Money Records and its impact on the music landscape. While the sale could be a lucrative opportunity for Birdman and Slim, it additionally, it could mark a significant for the label and its artists. Will the potential new ownership uphold Cash Money’s legacy and dedication to nurturing talent, or will it prioritize profits over artistic creativity?

For enthusiasts and industry insiders alike, the potential sale of Cash Money Records will evoke a mix of excitement and apprehension. On the one hand, it marks decades of hard work and success for Birdman and Slim, validating their entrepreneurial vision. In addition, it raises concerns about the corporatization of hip-hop and the potential loss of the label’s unique identity and cultural impact.

If this deal indeed comes to fruition Birdman and Slim will definitely get the last laugh after Birdman recently sided with Drake in his feud against Rick Ross, according to

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Written by Landon Buford

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