The new rhyme slayer on the block, Bow Wow releases his second album 'Wanted' on 3rd October through Columbia Records. Bow Wow has turned 18, dropped the 'lil' and one of the freshest hip-hop albums of 2005.
'Wanted' see's Bow Wow return to the studio with legendary beat master Jermaine Dupri as executive producer. "Jermaine is like family." Bow Wow explains, "He's like my big brother and working with him is like being home. I just put my foot down and said, 'I'm not getting back into the studio unless Jermaine is there and he does my entire record.' You just can't mess with our chemistry."
In addition to the getting the production right, Bow Wow played a major role in the songwriting, making this his most personal record to date. As the youngest member of Snoop Dogg's infamous Dogg Pound crew (he was just 6 years old at the time), he shot to fame and fortune, yet remained in touch with young hip hop fans. Now he and his fans are grown up there's new stories to tell.
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