Birdman Sets High Goal For Cash Money: Plans To Drop 100 Albums Per Year
Some artists would be happy dropping 1 or 2 albums a year but this is what sets Cash Money apart. Though this may not be a feasible goal, Birdman wants Cash Money to release 100 albums a year.
Talking with MTV News, Birdman explains how his goal may not be as unrealistic as some may think.
“Right now, as we stand, we have [48 acts] between Young Money, Cash Money, We the Best,” he explained.
“The goal is to keep developing and keep putting out, so to do that we have to keep buckling down, grindin’ hard and stayin’ focused. And that’s a big challenge, to put a hundred out.”
Birdman also expressed his competitive nature towards the music industry.
“Everybody that’s doin’ this — outside of who we done rocked with — is really an enemy to me. So if you ain’t on the team, I’m after your head,” he said. “If you’re doin’ what we’re doin’. We wanna do the most numbers every year, each year, the most digital numbers. That’s what we ’bout, if you doin’ this music and you ain’t rockin’ with us, you’re on the menu so that’s just what it is.”