Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer
In 2003, Juvenile returned to Cash Money Records, but he also established his UTP Records' label and the group. For their project, he set up a business deal with Rap-A-Lot Records. The group released their first and only album, The Beginning of the End, through Rap-A-Lot.
Soon, Juvenile cut ties with both Cash Money and Rap-A-Lot to focus on his own career. Soon, he had established a distribution deal with Koch Records. After spending a few years with Koch, the UTP label was relocated to Atlantic Records. Juvenile released three albums under Atlantic.
Juvenile is following up 2009's Cocky & Confident with a new album on Rap-A-Lot Records. J. Prince, the head of the label, has reached out to Lil Wayne and B.G. He wants the former members of the Hot Boyz to team up with Juvenile for his lead single. In 2009, the three rappers teamed up for a song on B.G.'s Too Hood 2 B Hollywood.