Birdman aims to drop 100 albums a year and make cash money a billion dollar brand

In a recent discussion with Complex Music, Cash Money co-founder Birdman revealed his future ambitions for the label as well as his proudest accomplishments. One of the more noteworthy aspects of the interview was with regard to Baby's goal of releasing one hundred albums per year. A seemingly ambitious task, however, Cash Money is already on pace toward scooping up various established and up-and-coming artists from various genres to add to their imprint. The name of his label speaks for itself, so it is of no surprise why he will strive to take his label to a Billion Dollar level. Below is an excerpt of his sit down with Complex Music.

We gonna do 16 in the first six months and we gonna try this year to try to put out at least 30 this year. Next year, we’ll try to put out 50. We just gonna keep growing. To have 100 active acts is a lot. It ain’t just rappers, it’s different artists in different parts of the country: rap, pop, country, gospel—its everything.

Check out the full interview by clicking here.

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