Cash Money Record’s legacy spans 25 years and is now on display for the world to watch. Spotify has released the four-part docuseries New Cash Order in collaboration with Cash Money Records’ co-founders and brothers Bryan “Birdman” and Ronald “Slim” Williams.
The program details the journey of Cash Money Records from preface to now, starting with the Williams brothers’ early successful hustles in New Orleans, to their part in launching some of rap’s biggest artists such as Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj and Drake.
“Slim and Birdman – now legendary music moguls and businessmen – were once just two young, street-smart brothers from New Orlean’s Magnolia Housing Projects with an unbreakable bond and love of music. New Cash Order is a four-part docu-series detailing Cash Money Records’ meteoric rise to success. Through a series of interviews and archival footage, Slim and Birdman reveal the stories behind their million-dollar deals and how artists Juvenile, Lil Wayne, Drake, and Nicki Minaj catapulted to the top of the charts. Despite the ever-changing landscape of the music industry, Cash Money Records has managed to stay relevant and innovative for almost a decade. Now Slim and Birdman have a whole new roster of talent—artists such as Blueface and Jacquees— ready to continue the Cash Money legacy”, the official press release reveals.
New Cash Order also spotlights some of their current talents like Jacquees and Blueface and even introduces the next generation of Cash Money such as Young Juve, Lacro$$e, DeeMic and Jay Lewis. The docuseries is available on Spotify right now.