Posthumous Lil Snupe Album "RNIC 2 (Jonesboro)" Scheduled For Release

(AllHipHop News) Rising rapper Lil Snupe was tragically murdered in 2013. While the Jonesboro, Louisiana native was able to establish a relationship with Meek Mill’s Dream Chasers Records and release several mixtapes, Snupe did not get to drop an official album before he passed.

To celebrate the life of the 18-year-old performer, frequent producing collaborators Lil Deezyana and C’Nyle teamed with producer Lil Lee to craft a new project of unreleased Snupe material.

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Lil Snupe’s RNIC 2 (Jonesboro) is scheduled for release on February 10, 2015 on Millennium Era/TherezMore2C ENT. The album is being distributed by InGrooves. The 12-track LP will feature a guest appearance from Boosie Bad Azz on the track “Meant 2 Be.”

An organization in memory of Lil Snupe has also been established. The late rapper’s mother, Denesha Chester, started the Lil Snupe 4 Cornahz Foundation to represent the four corners of loyalty, faith, ambition and love.

The foundation’s mission statement:

This project will inspire us to support the dreams that can change the lives of the children and families we will serve. It compels us to be creative and inspire Little Big Dreamers to exceed their expectations. It drives us to make our donated resources go as far as possible. Most of all, it is the founding principle of our vision to help the dream of every eligible child become reality. Our objective is to be a positive support for single parent’s children and children of incarcerated parents by offering entertainment, music, sports, dance and art education.
We want to enrich the human experience with Loyalty, Faith, Ambition and Love.

RNIC 2 (Jonesboro) is available for pre-order on iTunes.

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Watch Lil Snupe’s video for “Meant 2 Be” featuring Boosie Bad Azz below.

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