Lil Scrappy’s “The Grustle” gets pushed to December 15

24 Oct

Lil' ScrappyInitially set for release on October 15, 2009, Lil Scrappy’s second studio album, The Grustle, has been pushed back yet again. This album is the first in which he will not be working with Lil Jon or G-Unit.

For three years, Lil Scrappy was working with Young Buck as they were the first members of G-Unit South, later Ca$hville Records. Things appeared to be going well until a feud between 50 Cent and Young Buck placed Buck’s career on hold.

Because of that, Lil Scrappy ended his association with G-Unit and he later cut ties with Lil Jon and BME. The joint-venture that BME had worked out with Warner Bros. in Scrappy’s favor was not going the way that he had planned.

With Ludacris moving into other things besides music, he needs a bankable star to be the new leader of his DTP Records. Lil Scrappy was a bankable star and he needed an interested label. A marriage was made and Lil Scrappy began disturbing the peace with Ludacris.

The first single from The Grustle is “Addicted to Money.” The song features a collaboration from Ludacris. For the rest of the album, guest appearances are set to come from Bobby V, Shawnna, and Willy Northpole.

Lil Scrappy’s album, The Grustle, has been pushed back for a release on December 15, 2009 on DTP Records and Def Jam.

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