With his charismatic interpretation of Southern rap, Lil’ Scrappy quickly went from playing gigs at high schools to doing nationwide tours. Scrappy was discovered by another “lil’ person,” Lil’ Jon, and soon went on to dub himself “The Prince of Crunk.” With his latest single, Livin’ In The Projects, Scrappy tells the story of a hard-knock life over a classic Tupac sample. If you like this song, Scrappy is confident that you’ll love the album, Bred 2 Die, Born 2 Live. “It’s actually gon’ be a classic album,” he assures. “I’m the dopeman this year. I got everything you need, from the powder to the weed.” Try not to get too addicted.
Written by Beeb on 04/27/07
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