Baby’s sister killed and B.G. makes up, The Chopper City Boyz to release album
New Orleans rapper B.G. along with The Chopper City Boyz are set to release their debut album, entitled “We Got This,” under B.G.’s label Chopper City Records. The Chopper City Boyz consist of Sniper, VL Mike, Hakim (aka Hakizzle, B.G.’s brother) and Gar.
The first single has already been released from the album “We Got This” entitled “Make Em’ Mad,” which was produced by none other than Mississippi rapper/producer David Banner, and has already been gaining a steady number of growing spins on various radio stations. The video for the single “Make ‘Em Mad” has already been shot and filmed in Atlanta, GA and was directed by The Terrero Brothers aka Jesse & Ulysses Terrero, who are known for directing videos for artists such as Young Jeezy, Nas, and many more.
B.G. was quoted as saying that since the breakup of his super group the “Hot Boys” there has been a lack of talented, real hip-hop groups from the South and that The Chopper City Boyz will change all that.
A spokesperson for BG’s Chopper City Records tells MemphisRap.com that there will be a promo tour for the album sometime in January and the album will be available Feburary 27. The album is coming out under Chopper City/KOCH Records and features The Chopper City Boyz, BG and an exclusive feature by the First Lady of Chopper City, Lady Dolla. A spokesperson for the label also tells MemphisRap.com that a remix of the single “Make ‘Em Mad” will be coming out soon and will feature T.I. and Juvenile along with B.G.
In other news, B.G. recently contacted Baby to send him condolences about Baby’s youngest sister of six, Tamara Williams, 26 who was killed in a fatal head-on collision in New Orleans on Dec. 11. Her 2006 Toyota Camry was struck by a motorist who was driving in the wrong direction. Jason Williams, 30, who is the other driver, is in the hospital in serious condition for driving the wrong direction on a downtown boulevard.
Baby’s sister Tamara Williams was married with three children and majored in psychology and was studying for a nursing degree.
The B.G. phone call to Baby came at a time when many thought B.G. and Baby would not get along anytime soon. “It’s a scar in my family… I’ma stand up for my family,” says Baby in the call from B.G. “I might not be on your side like I use to be.. I still can feel your pain, mayne I feel like I’m right there with you.. know what I’m sayin, I just want to say rest in peace to Tamara… keep your head up,” says B.G. in the ending of the phone conversation with Baby.
Listen to the audio of the B.G. and Baby phone conversation aired over New Orleans hip hop radio station Q93.