B.G. aka Baby Gangsta has been 'clean' from drugs for four years now, and more than two albums have been released since. This year, he is putting a new piece called 'Too Hood to Be Hollywood' on the shelves as part of his style change and growth as a person.
Speaking on the new record, B.G. said, "I was real open-minded when I made this record. I've got one of the best A&R (reps) in the business, Jean Nelson, and we've come up with a vision to make a classic album that's going to go down in the hall of fame."
As usual he got an army of renown producers behind this album. T.I., Mannie Fresh, Polow Da Don, The Runners, Scott Storch, Bass Heavy and Nitti are all involved in the process. Collaborator listed are Young Jeezy who assists in first single 'I Hustle', Juvenile, Grand Hustle and Chopper City Family.
"Now we got a hard but good problem of choosing which records to keep," B.G. revealed on the stage they are in. In fact, only two tracks have been revealed so far. Beside 'I Hustle' that leaked in June, another called 'Gangsta Love' featuring T.I.. is expected to make the cut.
The album will be dropped December 4, via his new label Atlantic. "I expect Atlantic Records to go hard as I go," the rapper hopes. "I'm gonna give 150 percent."