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Juvenile And Drake Bridge Cash Money's Generation Gap On 'Sho Me Love'

Show them some love.

Now that Juvenile is back with his old Cash Money crew, the rap veteran is wasting no time getting into the studio with his new labelmates. On Wednesday (November 12), the CM clique dropped "Sho Me Love," a new collaboration between Juve and Drake, which we expect will land on the next Rich Gang project.

The London on da Track-produced thump starts with a building synth, and Drake singing "I show love" repeatedly in a ghostly-sounding loop.

Drizzy's hook sets up Juve's autobiographic tale. He recounts the death of Soulja Slim, the effects that Hurricane Katrina had on his community in New Orleans, and then he celebrates his return to the label that made him famous.

"Slim and Baby that's my uncles, man I'm glad they brought me back/ And Weezy that's my brother f--k with him, you gon' get whacked," Juvenile spits.

Back in September, Juvenile and Birdman revealed to MTV News that the "Back That Azz Up" rapper re-signed with Cash Money after a few years of turmoil.

“Even though we through what we been through, we’re older now… we’re grown. We all spoke, we always spoke, Wayne did music with him,” Stunna told MTV News. “I just feel like the time is right, I had him in the studio and I think he got the right records. I really know how focused he is with his craft, he ain’t lost that, he can rap his ass off.”