Producer: Pro J
Album: Juve The Great
After a briefly splitting from Cash Money Records over reported financial disputes, Juvenille linked back up with his N.O. bredrin in 2003 to drop the instant strip club smash "Slow Motion." Written by fellow New Orleans artist Soulja Slim, the song topped the Billboard 100 reaching the #1 spot, a first for both Juve and Slim.
Sadly though, Slim was shot and killed before being able to enjoy the success of the record, making him one of six artists to ever have a posthumous number one hit, and turning the track into a strip club anthem/tribute song all in one. Surprisingly the song also marked the first #1 hit for Cash Money Records, and signified the beginning and end of their reunion with Juve, who parlayed the success of the record into a deal with Atlantic Records for himself and his UTP crew.