Bone Crusher is
mostly known for his fearlessness and Crunk classics like "Never Scared,"
but the Atlanta rapper has a fan in Roy Jones, Jr., who recently signed the
rapper to a one-album deal.
The album, titled
Release the Beast, will hit stores July 18 via Jones' Body Head Entertainment.
me, because I didn't know Bone Crusher could rap that good," Jones told
AllHipHop.com. "Oh my god, he's got mad flow. He's deadly. I heard his
music, but I didn't know. On this album, there's not a bad song on there."
Jones and Body
Head have also teamed with 845 Entertainment to release projects by Trick Daddy,
Choppa (formerly of No Limit), Rush, VI.com, Swellz and 3D, a rap group comprised
of Jones' two sons and their cousin.
845 is headed by
Greg Miller and Jarred Weisfeld, the former manager of Ol' Dirty Bastard and
Bizzy Bone. The company's roster includes Bizzy Bone, Pastor Troy, Lil J and
"We got a
wonderful joint venture. I can't wait to get going. Jarred and them got their
stuff together," said Jones, who has another solo album slated for a late
2006 release date. "BodyHead/845, we got the Bone Crusher album coming
out, the Trick [Daddy] DVD, we got Boneface on the way. We got a couple things
poppin' off. We on the grind now."
"Roy's vision, together with our imagination, will bring the world powerful
content that will make us a premiere entertainment company."
Trick Daddy's DVD
The Real Entourage, due June 26, follows the rapper and his crew as they
careen through the urban streets of America. Choppa's as-yet- untitled LP hits
stores on July 18.