|Bred 2 Die Born 2 Live
|Studio album by Lil Scrappy
||December 5, 2006
||Southern hip hop, Crunk
||BME, G-Unit South, Reprise, Warner Bros.
||Lil Jon (exec.), 50 Cent (exec.), J. R. Rotem, Jazze Pha, Sha Money XL, Bangladesh, Isaac "Ike Dirty" Hayes III, A Piece of Strange Productions, Drumma Boy, Scott Storch
|Lil Scrappy chronology
Bred 2 Die Born 2 Live is the debut studio album by Atlanta rapper Lil Scrappy, released on December 5, 2006. The album debuted at number twenty-four on the Billboard 200 with about 82,000 copies sold.
Guests include Yung Joc, Stayfresh, Young Buck, Young Dro, Bohagon, Lil Jon, Three 6 Mafia, Playboy Tre, Lloyd, Yo Gotti, Lil' Chris, Nook, Olivia & 50 Cent. Production came from Eminem, Lil Jon, 50 Cent, Sha Money XL, Jazze Pha, Drumma Boy, J. R. Rotem and Isaac "Ike Dirty" Hayes among others.
The album's lead single "Money in the Bank", featuring Young Buck, was featured in the video gam WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2007 and was released on July 11, 2006. The song was produced by Isaac "Ike Dirty" Hayes. The second single is "Gangsta, Gangsta", featuring and produced by Lil Jon. The third single is "Oh Yeah (Work)", featuring E-40 and Sean P of the YoungBloodZ. "Livin' in the Projects" is the fourth single.
- The song "Been a Boss" uses a line from Young Jeezy in the song "Do The Damn Thang".
- The song "Livin' in the Projects" uses a line from 2Pac on the Scarface song, "Smile".
- The song "Oh Yeah (Work)" uses some sample beats from YoungBloodZ's "Presidential Sh" and also from Lil Jon's "Snap Yo Fingers".
- Unreleased tracks
Below are the songs which not make the final cut:
- "Pop It Off" (Produced By Tec Beatz)
- "My Life" (feat. 50 Cent & Chyna Whyte)
- "Put It In The Air" (feat. Nivea)
- "You Ain't Know" (feat. Bo Hagon) - This song was leaked to the internet to Lil Jon's MySpace in January 2006.