The Grustle

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Tha Gru$tle
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Studio album by Lil Scrappy
Released June 26, 2012
Recorded 2009–2012
Genre Southern hip hop, Crunk
Length 56:27

G'$ Up, S-Line, Bonzi, Fontana

Producer D. Richardson (exec.), Non-Stop, J. Wells , Drumma Boy
Lil Scrappy chronology
Prince of the South 2
(2010)Prince of the South 22010
Tha Gru$tle
Singles from Tha Gru$tle
  1. "Helicopter"
    Released: November 1, 2011
  2. "No Love"
    Released: May 29, 2012

The Grustle (also stylized as Tha Gru$tle) is the fourth studio album by Atlanta rapper Lil Scrappy, released on June 26, 2012. The album feature special guest appearances from 2 Chainz, Chinky Brown, Twista, Kandi Burruss, Maryland Menace, Rizy & fellow Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta castmate Rasheeda.


In early 2009 Lil Scrappy announced the title for his second studio album, Tha Grustle (a combination of (Hustle & Grind)) and that he had signed with Ludacris label DTP and that it would be distributed through Def Jam.[1] On November 2, 2011 after the album never saw an official release, Lil Scrappy announced that the album would be released in early 2012. Lil Scrappy also announced that he and DTP had parted ways and that his G's Up imprint has partnered with S-Line, a company owned by Lil Scappy's manager Kevin Clark. G's Up/S-Line has embarked on a joint venture with Bonzi Records, a label owned by platinum producer J. Wells & was distributed by Fontana/Universal.[2] After a long wait Tha Grustle was finally released on June 26, 2012.


On September 8, 2009 Lil Scrappy released the first single from the album entitled "Addicted To Money", which features fellow Atlantan rapper, Ludacris, yet it failed to reach the Billboard charts so it was dubbed as a promo single. Then On September 28, 2010 Lil Scrappy released the first single from the album "Bad (That's Her)" which featured Stuey Rock but it also failed to reach the billboard charts so it was dubbed as promo single. The official first single from the album was "Helicopter" it featured 2 Chainz & Twista.[3][4] The music video premiered on MTV Jams, and was directed by Edgar Esteves. The second single from the album is entitled "No Love" featuring upcoming singer Toccara the official music video for it gained 100,000 views on YouTube of its first week & has since received 3 Million.[5][6]

Track listing[edit]

# Title Featured guest(s) Time
1 "Face Off" 3:17
2 "No L's" 4:50
3 "The Mall" 3:27
4 "Helicopter" 2 Chainz & Twista 4:32
5 "Secrets" 3:07
6 "Stay" 3:16
7 "Mr. Cosbi" 3:26
8 "Bags" Rasheeda & Chinky Brown 3:18
9 "Good Morning" Kandi Burruss 4:16
10 "Already Wet" 3:12
11 "No Love" Toccara 4:14
12 "Ice T" Maryland Menace 5:32
13 "Democrat" Dolla Boy of Playaz Circle 4:46
14 "I Like You" (Bonus Track) Halk & Rizy 5:14
15 "Keep It Movin'" (Bonus Track) 4:00

Unreleased tracks[edit]

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (2009) Peak positions
U.S. Billboard 200 189
U.S. Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums 72


  1. ^ Tai Saint Louis and scrappy (2009-04-06). "Lil Scrappy Join's Luda's Disturbing Tha Peace". Retrieved 2012-03-30. 
  2. ^ Langhorne, Cyrus (2011-11-02). "Lil Scrappy Won't Disturb Tha Peace Anymore, Parts Ways W/ Ludacris". Sohh.Com. Retrieved 2012-03-30. 
  3. ^
  4. ^ "Helicopter [Explicit]: Lil Scrappy: MP3 Downloads". Retrieved 2012-03-30. 
  5. ^
  6. ^ Video on YouTube
  7. ^ "Thug It To The Bone". DJBooth. March 20, 2008. Retrieved 2 July 2013. 
  8. ^ "Lil Scrappy - Stunt On Dem Niggaz". Hotnewhiphop. 2010-08-12. Retrieved 2013-06-23.