DJ Khaled's We the Best Label Signs to YMCMB

Ace Hood will be the first act to release music under the agreement

May 2, 2012 12:55 PM ET
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DJ Khaled and Ace Hood during the BMI Urban Awards in Hollywood
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DJ Khaled's We the Best label has signed to Young Money & Cash Money Billionaires, MTV reports. YMCMB head Birdman confirmed the signing, saying, "I'd like to let the world know that Khaled's brand, which is We the Best, is officially signed to YMCMB."

Birdman also revealed that longtime Khaled cohort Ace Hood will be the first artist to release music under the new partnership. "I always wanted to have a chance to work with Ace Hood," said Birdman. DJ Khaled and Ace Hood join Drake, Nicki Minaj, Tyga and Lil Wayne in an impressive roster for YMCMB.

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