B.G. Talks New Album, Hot Boys Reunion
Too Hood will mark the first major label release for the New Orleans rapper since 2000s Checkmate.
I got TI, [Young] Jeezy and [Lil] Wayne on the album, B.G. told HipHopDX exclusively. Its what the streets expect from Gizzle.
The pairing with Atlantic Records came about through a chance conversation with label mate T.I., who called to congratulate the fellow southerner after hearing a rumor that B.G. signed to G-Unit.
I was shopping a deal and Tip heard that I had something with Interscope. He called to congratulate me and I told him it wasnt official. He asked what it would take to get me over to Atlantic, B.G. says of how the deal came together. Tip made a few phone calls and made it happen. Im a fan of T.I., T.I. is a fan of B.G., he respects me and what Ive done and what Ive accomplished. Im rocking with him 150.
For fans of the old Cash Money sound, B.G. says the Hot Boys reunion is still in the works, as Lil Wayne and Juvenile appear on Too Hoods first single.
The fourth member of the group, Turk will also be involved in the reunion.
Turk will be home in a minute. I talk to him about five times a week. Once a Hot Boy, always a Hot Boy. We were Hot Boys, now were Hot Men.
Too Hood to be Hollywood will be executive produced by T.I..