Lil’ Flip Signs With Warner Bros. Records/Asylum

Platinum-selling

rapper Lil’ Flip has signed with Warner Bros. Records/Asylum and is preparing

to release a new version of his highly anticipated album, I Need Mine.Lil’

Flip, who released his previous albums Underground Legend, and U Gotta Feel me

for Sony, re-recorded songs for I Need Mine after the original version

was leaked on the Internet as the rapper was finalizing his deal with Warner Bros.

Records/Asylum."We

held out on releasing this album on Sony because the set up was never right and

I felt that my fans deserved the best from me," Lil’ Flip said. "I’ve

written and recorded a bunch of songs that I’m sure my fans will love and now

that I am with Warner Bros. Records/Asylum, I am confident that I am in the right

place to take my career to the next level."According

to Lil’ Flip’s manager Sandy Lal, Asylum was a logical choice to sign, given the

label’s Texas-heavy roster, which includes Paul Wall, UGK, Mike Jones, Rap-A-Lot

Records and others."We

are excited to be a part of the Warner Bros. Records/Asylum organization,"

Lal commented. "They both understand what we are trying to accomplish with

Flip’s career and I believe they are the best companies to execute our goals.

One look at Asylum’s success and overall embracement of the Houston hip-hop culture

and Warner’s relentless dedication to their artists illustrates their competency

and expertise to continue what Lil Flip started."No

released date was available for the new version of I Need Mine.

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