Rapper and record label exec Birdman is reportedly settling into his new, ginormous Miami Beach mansion.
The co-founder of Cash Money Records -- home to Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne and Drake -- purchased the 19,000-square foot Palm Island pad in late September for $14.5 million, TMZ reports.
70 Palm Avenue was previously owned by record producer and former The Roots keyboardist Scott Storch, who lost his self-proclaimed "drug den" to foreclosure in 2010.
The 9-bedroom, 17-bathroom pad was the home base from which hip-hop's most unlikely white boy blew $30 million dollars in six months -- a great deal of it straight up his nose, and the rest on trips and toys. "I didn't need a 117-foot boat," he later admitted.
It was then snatched up by RockStar energy drink inventor Russel Weiner for just under $7 million.
Located on the exclusive Palm Island, Birdman's new mansion boasts a below-ground pool, elevator, and a private dock with ocean access.