Rap veterans join Lil Wayne and Birdman's camp.
In a coup for Cash Money, it was revealed yesterday that hip hop veterans Busta Rhymes and Mystikal have joined the growing roster.
Busta confirmed the news on Twitter.
"Real n***a doe!! Salute family!! #YMCMB/#THECONGLOMERATE!!" he wrote. The distinguished MC earlier retweeted a congratulations from frequent Cash Money collaborator Rick Ross.
"Congrats @BusaBusss CMB!!!! @BIRDMAN5STAR<#Salute 2 u aswell family!! #YMCMB/#THECONGLOMERATE/MMG!!" the tweet read.
Mystikal, for his part, had previously been working with former Cash Money producer Mannie Fresh on a post-prison comeback album.
The news of the label switch coincides with the release of Busta's new single, "Why Stop Now," featuring Chris Brown. It was made available for free yesterday via a collaboration with the new Google Music store.
Other recent additions to Cash Money have included Bow Wow and DJ Khaled. Game has also publicly flirted with the possibility of joining the label.
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