Ludacris and Disturbing Tha Peace have added another name to their already extensive roster. Atlanta rapper Lil Scrappy has now joined the DTP family after leaving his former recording home, Lil’ Jon’s BME Recordings and Warner Brothers Records.
According to DTP CEO Chaka Zulu, the new deal also brings Scrappy’s label, G’s Up, into the DTP family.
Projects stemming from their partnership will be released through Def Jam, DTP’s parent company since inception.
“Its very exciting to partner with an artist like Scrappy,” Chaka told AllHipHop.com.
“He has been involved in a major movement in southern Hip-Hop and also has shown he can be an asset as a businessman/ CEO with his G’s Up brand.