Young Money CEOs Birdman and Slim are running things over at Cash Money. Now, they are running the newest Billboard Magazine cover.

The brothers and owners of Cash Money Records were featured on Billboard’s Urban Power issue. According to the magazine, Birdman and his brother personify the idea of what power is in the urban community. Though the Williams Brothers have caught flack for putting out music with no substance and all of that, but you can’t deny these two have grown a small independent label into a massive movement. Cash Money Records has branched out into books, clothing, and film. Check out Billboard’s introduction to their Urban Power feature:

Defining power and who possesses it is an ever-changing equation. It’s a challenge that Billboard editors revisit each year with the Power Players series, which includes Women in Music, Latin Power Players, this year’s inaugural Power 100 and the upcoming 40 Under 40. To that roster, add this issue’s inaugural Urban Power List, profiling the 25 biggest players in the industry. The unranked tally targets executives whose concentration is urban, not executives who have oversight of urban music but also substantial responsibilities with other genres.

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Judging from feature’s introduction, should Birdman and Slim have made the cover? What business tips do you think you could learn from them? Hit us in the comments.



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