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Hot Boys
Origin New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Genres Hip-Hop, Rap
Years active 1997–2001
2007-present
Labels Cash Money Records
Universal Records
Members
Juvenile (1997-present)
B.G. (1997-present)
Lil Wayne (1997-present)
Turk (1997-present)

The Hot Boys (sometimes Hot Boy$ or Hot Boyz) is an American rap group active from 1997 to 2001, later reuniting in 2007. The group is consisted of the most popular rappers in the New Orleans-based record label, Cash Money Records. The members were Juvenile, Lil Wayne, B.G. and Turk (Often called "Young Turk" or "Lil Turk"). The Hot Boys made up the majority of the artists on Cash Money Records with the other half being the Big Tymers. In 1997, they released their debut album, Get It How U Live!. In 1999, they released Guerrilla Warfare, their most successful album to date. Throughout the year of 2001, there was a lot of controversy surrounding legal issues with Lil Wayne. Things only began to get worse for the group. Juvenile, B.G., and Turk weren't feeling like they were getting their "fair share" in their money from Baby and Slim. This led to the three, departing from Cash Money Records in 2001.

In 2007, B.G. and Lil Wayne announced that the Hot Boys would reunite for another album in 2010.[1] To further the announcement, on a televised interview promoting Tha Carter III, Lil Wayne stated to the public that this was going to happen, and "not just a rumor," but that some things needed to be taken care of before the album is a possibility. On B.G.'s album Too Hood to Be Hollywood, Ya Heard Me with B.G., Juvenile, and Trey Songz debuted as a possible single for their upcoming album.[citation needed] The Hot Boys officially reunited on stage at a concert.[2]

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Filmography

  • 2000: Baller Blockin'

Discography

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Albums

Soundtracks

Singles

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