In a surprising move, hip-hop superstar Lil Jon has re-signed with TVT, with whom he has been feuding in recent months. His first solo album and fourth overall full-length, "Crunk Rock," is scheduled

In a surprising move, hip-hop superstar Lil Jon has re-signed with TVT, with whom he has been feuding in recent months. His first solo album and fourth overall full-length, “Crunk Rock,” is scheduled for release later this year. It will be preceded by the single “Snap Yo Fingers” featuring E-40.

“After a long battle and negotiations with TVT, we worked out our differences,” Lil Jon says. “TVT cut the check and now it’s time for me to get back to work.”

The artist, who has sold 6.3 million records in the United States since 1997, according to Nielsen SoundScan, is presently touring in Australia with 50 Cent. Among his many upcoming projects are the debut albums from female rapper Chyna Whyte and vocalist Oobie.

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