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Lil Scrappy

Rapper, Lil Scrappy was discovered by Lil John and was one of the first acts signed to his Black Market Entertainment Recordings. Lil Scrappy amassed an eager following throughout the southeast region with the release of his mix tapes and his 2003 hit single, Head Bussa, which was used as the theme for the 2004 Atlanta Braves.

His debut album, Bred 2 Die Born 2 Live was released under a joint venture of BME and G-Unit Records and featured some of Hip Hop’s hottest acts including Lil John, Yung Joc, Three 6 Mafia, Young Buck and 50 Cent.

Now he’s set to release his long-awaited new project entitled Full Metal Jacket 2, released under his Grustle Gang imprint. Called the Prince of the South, Lil Scrappy enjoys all that parenting has to offer. His daughter, Emani is truly the apple of his eye.