Lil Jon and TVT
Records have put their differences aside and have announced the label will finally
release the rapper's fourth
full-length album, Crunk Rock.
The Atlanta producer/rapper
is in the studio finishing up the album, which is slated to be released later
this year. Crunk Rock was delayed because of a contractual dispute between
Lil Jon and TVT Records.
Lil Jon refused
to record or produce music for the label, accusing TVT and the label's founder,
Steve Gottlieb, of cheating him out of millions of dollars in royalties.
"After a long
battle and negotiations with TVT, we worked out our differences," Lil Jon
said. "TVT cut the check and now it's time for me to get back to work.
Crunk Rock is going to be some next level s**t."
The first single
from the album will be "Snap Yo Fingers," which features E-40, who
is also an artist on Lil Jon's BME Records.
BME is also preparing
releases from female rapper Chyna White and singer Oobie.
Lil Jon is currently
touring in Australia with 50 Cent.