Saturday, September 10, 2011

Bow Wow pushes "Underrated" back until December 6

By The Hip Hop Writer
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer

In 2009, Bow Wow announced he was retiring from the game, making his New Jack City, Pt. II his final album. Before the end of the year, Bow Wow had already signed a new label deal. He had been affiliated with Cash Money Records for years and he signed with them.

Despite signing with Cash Money Records, it took Bow Wow a long time to record an album. For the remainder of 2009 and into 2010, Bow Wow released several mixtapes. Now, after two years on the label, Bow Wow is one of the hottest mixtape rappers in the game.

With his buzz high, Bow Wow decided to release a new album before the end of 2011. Bow Wow named his album Underrated and set a November 1 release date. Less than two months remain until November 1 and Bow Wow announced he would be delaying his album for another month. Bow Wow cited business reasons for the delay of the album and promised it would be released on December 6.

Bow Wow said nothing is more important to him than his new album, which he says he has been working on since he signed with Cash Money two summers ago.


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