Rampage Inks New Deal; Planning New Album

(AllHipHop News) Rap veteran Rampage is planning a return to the Hip-Hop arena, via a new deal with Gracie Productions/TVT Records.

Rampage, who was once a member of Busta Rhymes' Flipmode Squad, signed the deal yesterday and is working on an album of all new material.

"The family is growing," Gracie Records' President/CEO Dorian Washington told AllHipHop.com. "We love Hip-Hop. Gracie Records supports real Hip-Hop. We sign OG's of this game. We still give out deals at conferences, you got a hot record go to the right conference. Everybody counted this one out and my man just got on."

Gracie Productions has released projects by Slaughterhouse, Jacki-O, Royce da 5'9 and others.

Rampage has been based in Phoenix, Arizona over the past few years, where he has been running his company Deep Freeze Entertainment.

He released his debut album Scouts Honor...By Way of Blood in 1997 and his last official album Have You Seen? dropped back in 2006.

During his career, Rampage has worked with a number of artists, including Craig Mack, Notorious B.I.G., Alicia Keys, and his cousin, Busta Rhymes.

Check out Rampage signing his contract below: