Lil Scrappy

Rapper Building a buzz from the ground up, Atlanta rapper Lil Scrappy’s crunk single “Head Bussa” landed him a deal with producer Lil Jon’s label BME Recordings. Lil Jon’s remix of the song cracked the Billboard charts and became an unofficial theme of the 2004 Atlana Braves. After being severely injured during a fight at one of his shows, Scrappy dropped his 2006 debut album Bred 2 Live Born 2 Die featuring the hit single “Money in the Bank.” He’s gone on to release an independent album, Prince of the South, on Real Talk records and a single “She Bad” through Ludacris’s DTP label. In 2012, he joined the cast of reality show Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta and released his second studio album, The Grustle.

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