Fresh off his deal with Atlantic Records and now a free agent, rapper B.G. is aiming to come back heavy in the music game after being on hold for the past two years.
Dropping Too Hood 2 Be Hollywood back in December, he releases the visual to “Back To The Money” featuring Magnolia Chop.
If you look close enough, many will notice the cameo of Juvenile which only furthers the speculation that the Hot Boys are, in fact, coming back for a reunion.
Speaking with HipHopWired, the rapper spoke on the reunion and how Lil Wayne’s incarceration will affect the release.
“It [will] probably hold up the release of it but it’s still gonna happen. Hopefully they give him a slap on the wrist…Fu&$ man, he in a fu&%ed up situation, hopefully they give him some house arrest or something.”
The rapper also spoke on his project and who to expect to hear from on his recent album.
“I got Wayne on the album. I got Juvenile on the album, Trey Songz on the album, C Murder, Young Buck, T.I. on the album, Young Jeezy and of course Boosie on the album.”
Outside of the music, the rapper intends to give everyone a reminder of who he is by stepping in film.
“I’m doing a biography of my life story……I’m still here and everybody counting me out I’m still here.”
With two years of dealing with politics, B.G. is more than ready to get things back in gear and continue dropping material like he was before.
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