Terius Gray, better known by his stage name Juvenile, is an American rapper, songwriter and actor who is best known for his work with Cash Money Records in the late 1990s and early 2000s both solo and as a member of the former hip hop group the Hot Boys. Juvenile's career began in the early 1990s as a teenager with bounce music recordings that made him a local star. He released his debut album Being Myself in 1995. After signing to Cash Money, Juvenile released Solja Rags in 1997, which included the major local hit "Solja Rag". A year later, he released the multi-platinum 400 Degreez, which included his first nationwide hits "Ha" and "Back That Azz Up". He released other successful solo albums for Cash Money: Tha G-Code, Project English and Juve the Great, which included the number-one hit "Slow Motion".
|Birth name:||Terius Gray|
|Born:||March 26, 1975, New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.|
|Labels:||Cash Money, UTP, Fontana (current), Rap-A-Lot, Atlantic, Universal, Warlock (former)|
|Associated acts:||Hot Boys, Cash Money Millionaires, UTP, Big Tymers, JT the Bigga Figga, Chilldrin of da Ghetto|
|Twitter:||Juvenile (rapper)'s Twitter profile|
|Facebook:||Juvenile (rapper)'s Facebook profile|
|IMDb:||Juvenile (rapper)'s IMDb|
Born Terius Gray, he is a southern rapper best known for the singles Back That Thang Up and Slow Motion. He released his ninth studio album, Beast Mode, in 2010.
He released his first album, Being Myself, at age twenty.
His albums 400 Degreez, The G-Gode, and Juve the Great all went platinum.
Has a son, Anthony, and had a daughter, Jelani, who was killed in 2008.
He collaborated with Lil Wayne on the single Back That Thang Up.
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- Rappers from New Orleans
- Cash Money Records artists
- Male actors from New Orleans
- American people convicted of drug offenses
- Songwriters from Louisiana
- African-American songwriters