Spotify has teamed up with Cash Money Records Co-Founders Birdman and Slim to share a four-part docuseries titled New Cash Order that expresses the development and future of Cash Money Records.
The docuseries includes old footage from the 90s when the label was on the rise. The interviews in the series highlight the founders themselves and new artists. New Cash Order also features the challenges they had to overcome and the lessons the crew learned coming up in the music business.
In the trailer, it expresses how Cash Money Records opened the doors for many people to see that no dream was too big, and people could live a better life. The video also revealed that Cash Money showed the world where they came from and where they’re going by making statements, such as displaying Lamborghinis in the housing projects of New Orleans.
It touches base on moments in Cash Money history when their crew began expanding bringing on rappers like Juvenile and Lil Wayne, who later signed Drake and Nicki Minaj. It also dives into several new artists to join their crew such as Blueface, Jacquees, and Neno Calvin.
Birdman mentioned in an interview with MTV News that a part of the docuseries will be dropping every Friday and will feature new talent in each.
The docuseries can be found on Spotify Rap Caviar.