The imprint, which is currently at the center of a bidding war between various record labels, has made a major acquisition with the Tupac Shakur-founded collective known as the Outlawz.
The Outlawz are the latest addition to Cashville Records, joining veteran rapper C-Bo, who became a part of the label's roster in January.
With the signings, Young Buck hopes to make the label an emerging force in the ever competitive music industry.
"I'm just focused on pretty much making sure I got the right product," Young Buck told AllHipHop.com. "I understand you're nothing without the product so with all the artists that I'm working with such as C-Bo and the Outlawz, and 615, I'm just making sure that they deliver the best possible album possible because we understand that all eyes is on us right now."
As he gears up for the March 27 release of his new album Buck the World, Young Buck is setting the stage for more exposure in the months to come.
"I got a reality show titled Buck the World, " said the rapper, who anticipates the show airing at the end of April or in early May.
"It's coming out on MTV, showing the life behind the music with me," Young Buck said. "And I also got a movie that I'm shooting titled the Story of My Life. So I definitely got a lot s**t going down. Just stay in tune, stay in touch with Buck and I'ma take us where we gotta go. Straight up."