Atlanta rapper Lil Scrappy has signed a new deal for his next album. According to his reps, his G-Sup label has teamed up with a company called S-Line, which is owned by Scrappy's manager, Kevin Clark. Together, they've created a venture with Bonzi Records, which is owned by Chicago producer Jay Wells. In the past, Wells has worked with Keyshia Cole, Snoop Dogg, and Goodie Mob.
This new deal will allow Lil Scrappy to put out his upcoming album The Grustle, which is now scheduled for an early 2012 release. The album will be distributed by Universal/Fontana and feature Twista, Bun B, and 2 Chainz among others.
The first single off the album, "Helicopter" with Twista and 2 Chainz, was released in October.
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