Birdman Just Signed Two New Artists to Cash Money

Birdman Just Signed Two New Artists to Cash Money

And you better put some "respek" on their names.

Published May 19, 2016

After taking a hit to his credibility for his now-infamous Breakfast Club “interview,” Birdman’s looking to get back in the game musically and wants to show off the fact that artists still want to be signed to his label.

The YMCMB boss recently posted an Instagram video during which he announced the two newest members of his imprint. “Im telling you straight up, my n***a Menace, my n***a AR, y’all got the green light from me,” he says in the video clip. “I’m f****n with that. West Coast, Philly, let’s get it.”

AR-Ab is known to casual hip-hop fans as the guy who was involved in the Drake/Meek Mill beef. He was mentioned on “Back to Back” in the line, “I waited four days, n***a, where y’all at? / I drove here in the Wraith playin’ AR-Ab.” AR took to Instagram to announce his new signing with the caption, “When Being A Gangsta Pay's Off… I Deserve This …… @birdman5star @comptonmenace #WeNeverNotWorking.” Compton Menace has been making relative noise on the West Coast.

Birdman has been looking to get his Rich Gang back together. After beef between Rich Homie Quan and Young Thug broke out and Lil Wayne suing him, Baby’s hoping his newest signings will get things back on track.

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@comptonmenace #AR #🔥SUMMER #CASHMONEYRICHGANG #BLATT Philly let's getit westcoast turnup #RESPEK @ar_ab_32

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When Being A Gangsta Pay's Off... I Deserve This 💰...... @birdman5star @comptonmenace #WeNeverNotWorking

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Written by Paul Meara

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