Bow Wow Says Bye Bye to Cash Money [Video]

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Watch his announcement below. 

According to

Shad Moss a.k.a. Bow Wow has parted ways with the house that Bryan “Birdman” Williams and Ronald “Slim” Williams built.

Moss signed with Cash Money Records in 2009, but never released an album on the label.

The rapper released a Facebook video saying the split was amicable and explained his decision to move on.

“This is a peaceful situation,” Moss said. “This is me waking up and looking myself in the mirror, analyzing myself and asking myself, ‘What do want out of your career? What do you wanna do?’ I have so much music that needs to be heard. That wants to be heard by my fans. And I feel like it’s unfair. I’ve been quiet now for four years. I didn’t wanna say nothing because I wanted to make sure the time was right. And I wanted to make sure that I said what I wanted to say, it was said correctly. With that being said I feel like I had to part ways.”

The “Fresh Azimiz” rapper went on to say that one of the most frustrating things with his Cash Money situation was not being able to release the many songs he recorded.

“I wanna dictate when my music come out. I’m tired of going to the studio to make records and then I listen to them. ‘Cuz then they get old. Then when y’all ask for new music I don’t wanna hear it ‘cuz I’ve been listening to it for two or three months. I just can’t be held up up by nobody. It’s as simple as that. I got a daughter. I gotta family I gott provide for. Why not go back to the creators and masters who branded me? That’s Snoop Dogg and Jermaine Dupri. This is gonna make my new situation even more monumental. I wanted to be my own man. I wanted to be a boss and call my own shots.”

Follow Bow Wow on Twitter and Instagram @smoss

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