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Tha Grustle
Studio album by Lil Scrappy
Released January 26, 2010
Recorded 2008-2009
Genre Hip hop
Label Disturbing tha Peace/G'$ Up/Def Jam
Producer Ludacris (exec.), Lil Jon, T-Minus, J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, Street Symphony, Jazze Pha, The Runners, Don Vito, Drumma Boy, Nard & B, Kane Beatz, Arkatech Beatz, Polow Da Don, FATBOI, Zaytoven
Lil Scrappy chronology
Prince of the South
Tha Grustle
Singles from Tha Grustle
  1. "Look Like This"
    Released: August 31, 2009
  2. "Addicted to Money"
    Released: September 8, 2009

Tha Grustle is the upcoming third studio album by southern rapper Lil Scrappy. This will be his first album to not be released under BME and will be his first album released under his new label that he signed with recently, DTP. The album's release date is to be determined.



The album was originally set to be released back in 2008, but Lil Scrappy decided to release his Prince of the South album first.

Scrappy declared how he is presenting a more mature album this time around.

I never did me, Scrappy explained. Everytime y'all heard me, that was somebody telling me to do that. 'You gotta be crunk, 'cause you're the Prince of Crunk.' And once you put that out there, that's who you gotta be. But n***as grow up.

When asked about the insiration behind his "Thug It to the Bone" song, he said,

That's the most lyrical spiritual, real, heart touching [song] and people can feel that, Scrappy told What people can't feel, they don't remember. Dance songs, crunk songs, all that s**t good. But when it come to songs that'll be around forever, that'll get you that publishing check forever, those are the ones that go. I don't give a f**k about that club s**t for real. Thug It to the Bone is one of those you can make a movie off just what I'm saying in all the verses...

The Grustle welcomes Gucci Mane, Maino and most notably his own daughter, Emani, who sings the hook on "Big Boy Talking" produced by Arkatech Beatz.[1] Don Cannon, T-Minus, LT Moe and DJ Montay are some of the producers who have worked on the album.[2] Grustle guest appearances will be by: Ludacris, Trey Songz, Yo Gotti, OJ da Juiceman, Gorilla Zoe, Bobby Valentino, Maino, Snoop Dogg, Young Jeezy, Keri Hilson and more.


The first single is "Look Like This" featuring Gucci Mane. It was released on iTunes on August 31, 2009. The second single is "Addicted To Money" featuring Ludacris. It was released on iTunes on September 8, 2009. The Third single is "Swoop Swoop" and produced by T-Minus.

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