When he was signed to So So Def/Virgin, Young Capone was looking forward to releasing his debut album, Bright Lights, Big City. Soon after he released his debut single, What It Iz, however, Jermaine Dupri moved the label to Island Def Jam and Virgin’s artists dissolved into Capitol, ultimately leaving Capone without a label home. Now with the independent Trotti Ent., the ATLien is again ready to unleash his debut album, this time under the title Small Things to a Giant. Reassuring anyone who might have their doubts, Young C lets us all know that Shawty‘s living as good as ever being his own boss – in the office and behind the boards, as well as on the mic. Small Things to a Giant will come stomping down next spring.
Written by Burmy on 09/22/08
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