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Birdman Reveals Bad Bunny’s Secret Affiliation with Drake’s OVO Label


Cash Money Records’ co-founder, Birdman, recently disclosed a surprising revelation on Clubhouse. During a conversation with Wack 100, Birdman claimed that Puerto Rican superstar Bad Bunny has been secretly signed to Drake’s OVO (October’s Very Own) label since the beginning of his career. According to Birdman, “Bad Bunny already signed to Drake. Y’all just don’t know it. We going up, man… He’s been signed under OVO since day one.”

While Bad Bunny has notably collaborated with Drake on tracks like “MIA” in 2018 and more recently on Drake’s album “For All the Dogs,” no official release from Bad Bunny has publicly listed OVO Sound as a label affiliation. Despite their successful collaborations, the full extent of their professional relationship has largely remained behind the scenes.

Bad Bunny’s next album, “Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana,” is set to release on October 13, and as of now, streaming platforms do not credit OVO Sound as his label. However, Birdman’s statement raises intriguing questions about the nature of label affiliations in the music industry, suggesting that some artists might have undisclosed connections to major labels and imprints.

Birdman’s remarks underscore the strong bond between Drake and the Cash Money label, as he has played a pivotal role in Drake’s career since the rapper signed with Lil Wayne’s label, Young Money, in 2009. Their partnership created a significant impact in the music industry, with universal distribution through Universal Music Group.

Recently, Birdman has also addressed criticism and negative feedback directed at Drake’s latest album, For All the Dogs. Notably, he responded to Charlamagne Tha God’s critique of Drake’s track “Slime You Out,” where the radio host suggested that “nobody cared” about the song. Birdman, in an Instagram post, responded with respect for Charlamagne and appreciation for Drake.

Furthermore, Birdman sent a clear message to Drake’s detractors, sharing an image of Drake making a defiant gesture with two middle fingers and warning, “N-ggaz keep playing with Drake we gon throw you stunna surprise party.”

Birdman also took issue with comedian Druski’s humorous antics, where he had mockingly accused Drake of stealing elements from one of his tracks. Birdman shared images of Druski with threatening messages, stating, “Drake on Birdman’s mother Gladys this n-gga gone come up missin.” Drake himself joined the comments, humorously adding, “Stunna bout to have you come up missing on Gladys.”

While Druski’s ongoing comedic feud with Birdman remains in jest, Birdman’s strong support and defense of Drake, both publicly and behind the scenes, highlight the deep connections and loyalty within the music industry, where business and personal relationships often intermingle.

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Written by
Derek Chan – Editor


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