B.G. is back in the fold in more ways than one. The N’awlins rhyme vet not only returned to the major labels by signing with T.I.‘s Grand Hustle after a few indie albums, but he also recently reunited with Juvenile for a show in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, which may end up leading to a collaboration or two between the former Hot Boyz.
“Me and Juvienelle had a Mother’s Day bash [there] and he asked me to get on his [next] album,” B.G. said a couple weeks back in Miami. “He got some things he wants me to do with him. And I got some things I had already heard him on with my album; we just haven’t seen each other ’cause I been working and he’s been working. But it was a beautiful thing Ã¢â‚¬â€ me and Juvie hadn’t seen under the same roof together in some months.”
The Baby Gangsta also told us his next project, Too Hood to Be Hollywood, set to drop around September, will feature collabos with T.I. and Young Jeezy, along with production by Scott Storch and the Justice League. One producer B.G. wants to link with again is Mannie Fresh, but the rapper said Fresh needs to holler soon before he starts to lose it.
“I was just in the studio with Fresh and Tip the night they did ‘Big Things Poppin‘,’ ” B.G. explained. “And me and Fresh got a funny relationship, but it’s all love at the end of the day. He knows I just get emotional when I see him working with other artists and he ain’t been to work with me yet. I gets mad. [He laughs.] But I’m doing what I’m doing, staying focused.” Fresh, give him a ring! …