Cash Money Millionaires

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Cash Money Millionaires
Also known as The Millionaires
Origin New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Genres Hip hop, Southern hip hop
Years active 1996–2001
Labels Cash Money, Universal
Associated acts Ronald "Slim" Williams, E-40
Past members Birdman
Mannie Fresh
Lil Wayne

Cash Money Millionaires (also known as The Millionaires) was a supergroup of Cash Money recording artists from New Orleans, Louisiana, formed in 1996 and disbanded in 2001. The group was composed specifically of rappers from hip hop groups the Hot Boys and Big Tymers, namely Birdman, Juvenile, Lil Wayne, Mannie Fresh, B.G. and Young Turk. After meeting at Cash Money Records, established in 1991,[1] the Cash Money Millionaires were introduced to the world in 1998, thanks to Juvenile's major 5x platinum selling album 400 Degreez. The Cash Money Millionaires went on numerous tours, including tours with the Ruff Ryders[2] and Nelly. In September 2000, the Cash Money Millionaires released Baller Blockin', the soundtrack to the film of the same name in which they starred in. In 2001, the group disbanded due to monetary issues.



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