However you feel about Birdman's, err, unique business approach to the music industry, you can't deny the empire the hip-hop mogul has built. That includes a deep catalog of Cash Money classics, and, as it turns out, an even larger collection of unreleased music.
Birdman recently took to Twitter to share a photo featuring old tapes and containers that may be filled with music from years past. "Wen I'm my VAULT today found thousand s of OLD CASHMONEY MUSIC I'm release 500 songs a year for next 5yrs Cashmoney collection legendary," he wrote.
Wen I'm my VAULT today found thousand s of OLD CASHMONEY MUSIC I'm release 500 songs a year for next 5yrs Cashmoney collection legendary pic.twitter.com/Pov2BzjL1z
500 songs a year for five years? Dude must have had his artists working day and night through the years.
He also shared a similar message on Instagram, though he excluded the "for five years" part:
Whether he actually follows through with this plan is anyone's guess, but we have a feeling it's probably a glass half empty proposition. Birdman is still embroiled in a lawsuit with Lil Wayne to the tune of $51 million. It would be a cold move if he were to drop a bunch of old Weezy cuts this year and profit off it. Maybe even colder than buying a gold toilet while still owing Wayne money.
Here's a glass half full moment: Wayne, Drake, and Nicki Minaj together, which Birdman reposted on IG. Good luck on them cutting out Birdman from the profits, though.