Label: Cash Money/UTP Records
Worst Song: "HB Headbusta"


There's no denying that Juvenile and Cash Money both played a huge part in helping put Southern rap on the map. But by 2001, the writing was on the wall for Juvie, who had clearly overstayed his welcome on The Label That The Williams Brothers Built. He released one more album—and landed one the charts one more time with the club hit, "Mamma Got Ass"—but the rest of Project English was a phoned-in, forgettable affair that signaled the end of Cash Money's Midas Touch and the end of the Hot Boys era. It would be years before the label got their footing back, thanks to Lil Wayne's eventual artistic awakening.