Confirmed, Bow Wow Plans to Release Double Disc Album
Bow Wow has announced what he has in mind for his next studio project. In a post on his official blog, the rapper told his devotees that he is going to release a double disc album, reasoning he wants to please his male and female fans.
"I chose 2 discs in 1 because every album i always say man i wish the whole album was like my 'Greenlight' mixtapes because everybody loves the Greenlight series," he began his explanation. "Or i wish i had an album full of just hot rap s**t like fresh az imiz and my oh i think they like me verse. People forget i was running with snoop [Dogg] at 6, i was cussing and all dat."
"So its like another person inside me who wants to make a rap album that i never could make. full of meaningful records. not all that stuntin shit but actual SONGS, my thoughts, my ideas that i want to share with my fans. Another side of me they haven't seen nor heard before."
"But then i think about my female audience and what they want as well, but i make those records in my sleep (outta my systems, like you, let me hold you etc.... So why not kill 2 birds in 1 stone and give the greenlight fans something to f**k with and all my male fans who just now f**king with me and my fans such as the ladies and all my fans that been messing with me since day 1. I want to cater to all my demographics."
The album which is yet to be titled will become Bow Wow's debut in Cash Money after leaving Columbia Records. "So this album is a more of a me thing, but u all will love it. because this album is a reflection of who i am," he concluded.
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