Last week, Mannie Fresh sprinkled doses of nostalgia to rap fans around the world when he tapped Lil Wayne, Juvenile, and Baby for his record “Hate.” In case you didn’t know, Mannie Fresh cultivated that southern knock for The Hot Boys back in the mid-90’s. The group was equipped with several heavy hitters in the form of Lil Wayne, Juvenille, B.G., and Turk. Despite dismantling as a group back in 2001, they returned together on several occasions — once in ’07 and again in 2015. Take a ride with us and see where original members of The Hot Boys are now.
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There’s no doubt that Lil Wayne was the most successful artist to branch out and evolve from his days of the Hot Boys. The youngest member became a prolific emcee, with Tha Carter II and Tha Carter III serving as his magnum opuses. As of now, Wayne is planning on dropping his collaborative effort with 2 Chainz.
Juve’s southern drawl and swagger resonated with people from dirty dirty. Like Wayne, he branched out on his own and dropped several notable records like “Back That A$$ Up” and “Slow Motion.” After a rift with Cash Money, Juve returned to the label in 2014.