The Album was called The King of Crunk & BME Recordings Present: Trillville with Lil Scrappy
. Instead of releasing a Trillville album and a Lil Scrappy album, he put both they album's on one disc. The first 10 songs was Trillville's album and the last 10 was Scrappy's album. Both albums had 2 charting hits a piece in 'Neva Eva' and 'Some Cut' from Trillville and 'Head Bussa' and 'No Problems' from Scrappy, and the album went Gold.
My question is, do ya'll think it was a smart move looking back?
And should more folks consider doing their albums in this format? Like say the 100,000 artist signed to Young Money?
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