Former Shady Records rapper Bobby Creekwater is planning to release his debut solo album Revenge this May via a new distribution deal with BGOV/3PM ENT.
Creekwater dropped the first single from Revenge titled "You and What Army" today (March 30th).
The Atlanta-based rapper also dropped a video for the single, which was directed by The ReelBanditz.
“We chose to make this the first single because it embodies everything that brought me to this point,” Creek explained to AllHipHop.com. “As a kid, knowing that nothing could stop me gave me the courage to follow my dreams. And my experiences in the music business have proven that I still won’t let anything stand in my way.”
Bobby Creekwater left Eminem's Shady Records imprint in 2009 and since then, the rapper has dropped a series of independent mixtapes via his indie label BGov Media group.
He will also hit the road this summer with Big Krit, who is featured on the track "Airborn," along side Killer Mike.
Revenge which was produced entirely by new production duo I Am Invisible, is due in stores on May 3rd.
“The last few years have been a bigger journey for me than most people can imagine,” Creek said. “But the lessons I’ve picked up as a man have also influenced my music greatly. So in a sense, I’m actually glad that the journey to my debut album was this long, because what I’m delivering to the fans on Revenge is really a body of work that will stand the test of time.”
“You And What Army” is available as a free download at iBobbyCreek.com.
Lil Jon used his winnings from a recent victory on the hit TV show "Celebrity Apprentice" to benefit a local children's home Decatur, Georgia.
Lil Jon is one of the celebrities featured on Donald Trump's show "Celebrity Apprentice," along side Jose Canseco, John Rich, Richard Hatch, Mark McGrath and Gary Busey.
The rapper's team squared off against the catty, unpredictable NeNe Leakes and her team, which included legendary singer Dionne Warwick, Marlee Matlin, Star Jones, Hope Dworaczyk, LaToya Jackson.
Both teams' objective was to produce a :30 second spot for the new ACN videophone and then person it to hundreds of the tech company's sales reps.
Lil Jon, who has starred in and directed numerous videos, lead his team to victory, while communication between the women's team, predictably, broke down.
As a result of his win, Donald Trump praised Lil Jon's leadership skills, which earned United Methodist Children's Home in Decatur $40,000.
The United Methodist Children's Home has been serving the community since 1871.