Scrappy released his debut album Bred 2 Die Born 2 Live on December 5, 2006
on BME Recordings/Reprise Records/G-Unit Records and G-Unit South now
Cashville Records. The album features appearances by Yung Joc, Three 6
Mafia, Lil Jon, Young Buck, 50 Cent, Olivia, Young Dro, and Bohagon. It was
produced by Lil Jon and 50 Cent. The first single Money in the Bank features
Young Buck and became Lil Scrappy's second Top 30 single. Money in the Bank
peaked at number 28 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart trajectory, becoming his
biggest solo hit and most commercially successful single to date in the U.S.
as it surpassed the peak position of "No Problem" by one position. The
second single from the album is called Gangsta Gangsta and features Lil Jon.
"Oh Yeah (Work)" is the third single from Bred 2 Die Born 2 Live and
features E-40 and Sean P (formerly Sean Paul) of YoungbloodZ He also has one
son named Rashaud Archie.
J-Bo, Lil Jon, & Too Short made cameo appearances in the
video, which premiered January 25, 2007 on BET's 106 & Park as a New Joint.
The song also received significant air play on various urban stations.
In late 2008 Lil Scrappy announced that his second studio
album would not be released under G-Unit Records or other former label BME
Records. Lil Scrappy's first independent album, Prince of the South, was
released on May 13, 2008 through Real Talk Entertainment.
In early 2009 Lil Scrappy's announced the title of for his
second studio album, Tha Grustle & that he had signed with Ludacris label
DTP & it would be distributed through Def Jam. Also in 2009 Lil Scrappy
appeared in the motion picuture Just Another Day the tale of the brutal
realities of rap music, Scrappy plays a character named Jay. Lil Scrappy's
second independent album, Prince of the South 2, was released on October 19,
2010 through Real Talk Entertainment just like his first independent album.
On September 8, 2009 Lil Scrappy released the first single from the album
entitled "Addicted To Money" but it failed to reach the Billboard charts so
it was dubbed as a promo single. Then On September 28, 2010 Lil Scrappy
released the first single from the album "Bad (That's Her)" which featured
Stuey Rock but it also failed to reach the billboard charts so it was dubbed
as promo single.
On November 2, 2011 after the album never saw an official
release, Lil Scrappy announced that the album would be released in early
2012. Lil Scrappy also announced that he and DTP had parted ways and that
his G's Up imprint has partnered with S-Line, a company owned by Lil
Scappy's manager Kevin Clark. G's Up/S-Line has embarked in a joint venture
with Bonzi Records, a label owned by platinum producer J. Wells & will be
distributed by Fontana/Universal. The official first single from the album
will be "Helicopter" that features 2 Chainz & Twista. The music video
premiered on MTV Jams, and was directed by Edgar Esteves.
Lil Scrappy's latest single 'No Love' featuring Atlanta's
own Tocarra is featured in the interview. 'Tha Grustle' to be released June
26, 2012 don't miss it!!
Keep track of Lil Scrappy as him and Kevin Clark of S-Line
Entertainment and the rest of the Grustle Gang take the rest of 2012 by
storm making history in Hip Hop once again, his OFFICAL Twitter account is