The credits may read "Rich Gang Featuring Juvenile" but make no mistake, this is Juvie's welcome home track. Over banging London On Da Trak production, one of the original Hot Boys sounds right at home. It's been a minute since we heard Juvenile back with Cash Money so Birdman made sure to give an update on what the two have been working on:

“With re-signing Juvenile, I just wanted to write songs and write everything. I’d been working with him, but I just felt like we never had the right introduction for him. When the song came about, I felt like, “This is perfect. It’s a perfect way to bring you back with us on a certain plateau, on a big platform.

Juve went under the water without us, and I wanted to bring him back to the surface and leave him there because he’s talented as a motherfucker. You can’t take that away from him. He can rap his ass off. But like I was saying, it’s a mindset of people, and when you’re down you’re down; and when you’re, up you’re up. I just felt like he’s been underwater without us, and this [new track] with him and [Drake] could bring him above the rim.” - Birdman

Oh, and Drake makes an appearance on "Sho Me Love," too. This one is a banger in every sense of the word.

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