Lil’ Jon laces Lil’ Scrappy with Oh Yeah, another club banger that looks to play off the highly successful “wild out” formula. Scrappy’s album is loaded with tight production as production credits include 50 Cent, Sha Money XL, Jazze Pha, and Jonathan Rotem. Bred 2 Die, Born 2 Live is out in stores on December 5th.
Written by DJ Z on 11/27/06
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G's Up/The Grustle Gang
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"Whatcha Hood Like ft. Lil' Scrappy" (2007)
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