Chingy will bring his Disturbing Tha Peace reconciliation full-circle later this year, with the release of Hate It Or Love It. While the album will be his fourth solo outing, it marks his first on his new label, Def Jam. In an interview with Billboard, Chingy offered his reasons for severing ties with is former label Capitol.
"I don't think Capitol really new how to work urban artists," he said. "I ain't knocking them because that's where I started, but I think that's why they fired a lot of people in the L.A. offices recently. I'm glad I'm off the label."
In addition to guest appearances from Lil Wayne and Rick Ross, Hate It Or Love It is expected to feature the singles "They Don't Know," with Anthony Hamilton and "Fly Like Me," which features Ludacris and Rihanna.