Limp Bizkit is joining the ranks of Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj, Drake and more as the newest addition to the Cash Money family. Frontman Fred Durst recently took to Twitter to confirm reports he and the band have been signed to the record label founded by current co-CEOs Ronald “Slim” Williams and Bryan “Birdman” Williams. In a subsequent press release, Durst says Cash Money is “without a doubt” at the top of its game, adding that he was most attracted to their family atmosphere. On the label’s behalf, Birdman says they’ve always admired Limp Bizkit’s blend of rock and hip-hop and says they’re looking forward to the unique sound the band will bring to the label.

Meanwhile,  fans shouldn’t have to wait long to hear the Cash Money version of Limp Bizkit. The band is reportedly working with Birdman at Miami’s famed Hit Factory studio on what would serve as the follow-up to last year’s “Gold Cobra.”
VH1 reports another exciting piece of news came as Lil Wayne also revealed that Ashanti might be joining the Cash Money family. Yep, so you won’t ever have to say things like, “What ever happened to Ashanti?” or, “I miss Ashanti” or, “What’s Luv?” ever again. We’d love to see the diva with some of her own new tracks and yep, in one of the roles we love her best for: super sweet r’n’b vocals featured as the chorus to rap songs about love.

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