The head of Rap-A-Lot Records, James "J" Prince, recently spoke with The Souce magazine about the upcoming projects on his label which will include music not only from both UGK members Bun B and Pimp C, but a project by former Cash Money artist, Juvenile. During some statements about Juvenile, J Prince makes a reference to "the whole crew," which seems to be a refference to The Hot Boys (consisting of rappers BG, Turk and Lil Wayne).
"We don't have a title for [Juvenile's album] yet. He has a real
exciting single that I'm real crazy about. If I have it my way, the
whole Cash Money crew is gonna be on there. They were family in the
beginning, and I look at it and view 'em as family now."
In related news, mainly know as a Cash Money artist, Juvenile did spend time with Atlantic Records, E1 Entertainment and in 2004 (along with his group UTP) Juvenile put out the "The Beginning of the End" album on Rap-A-Lot Records.
J Prince – Talks Upcoming Rap-A-Lot Projects