The 21-year-old rapper is about to make his comeback to the music scene by premiering a new clip for his latest single that will also feature the appearance of the "Crank That" hit maker.
After recently stating to the press that he is preferring to concentrate on the movie industry rather than his music roots this year, Bow Wow has now changed his statements and revealed that he is ready to return to the music scene. Confirming the news to MTV he said, "I'm back stronger than ever and different."
In marking his comeback to the music scene, beside preparing to drop his new album "Pedigree", the rapper revealed that he will be releasing other music projects teaming up with Soulja Boy. The upcoming result of their collaboration that is set to be outed is a new track titled "Marco Polo", that will be included on Bow Wow's new album. Commenting about the new track Bow Wow said, "'Marco Polo' is gonna be a hit record. It's an undeniable hit record."
Beside dropping the single, Bow Wow is also set to release the music video for "Marco Polo", which reportedly has begun its shooting process. About the new video, the 21-year-old rapper also claimed that his actor part will be pictured on the new video saying, "I get to bring the acting side of Bow in with the rap side of Bow Wow. It's being displayed in the 'Marco Polo' video. People not even gonna know it's me."
Meanwhile, beside working with Soulja, on his upcoming LP which is being set to be dropped just before the end of the year, Bow Wow also teams up with other great musicians. Some of the big names that collaborated with him on the record are, Snoop Dogg, Nelly, Lil Wayne, Chris Brown, Omarion and many more.
Not only speaking about his upcoming music projects, on the interview with MTV, Bow Wow also denied recent news claiming that he has had a dispute with Omarion by dissing him on a song titled "Lookin' Boy". Stating his denial the rapper said, "It just shows you how uptight people are about certain things. The song is a joke record. O is my homeboy, So why wouldn't I joke on my homeboy?"