5/1/2001 12:00:00 AM
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After some intervention from mentor Snoop Dogg, Bad Azz's much-delayed Personal Business is scheduled to arrive in stores July 17.
The follow-up to 1998's Word on Tha Streets was pushed back because Snoop Dogg wanted to put his imprint on the album, something he wouldn't have been able to do last year as he was gearing up for the release of his own Tha Last Meal album, according to a Priority Records spokesperson.
Revamped from its original incarnation, Personal Business now includes four songs that feature Tha Doggfather ("We From the LBC," "Money to Fold," "Dogghouse Ridaz" and "Wrong Idea"). In addition, "When You See Me" features Snoopy Collins, RBX and Kokane. The latter also appears on "Dogghouse Ridaz" with Suga Free and Tha Eastsidaz's Goldie Loc.
Other notable guests on the second album from the Long Beach rapper include Ice Cube ("Streetz Illustrated") and Busta Rhymes ("When Bus Callz").
Late last year, Bad Azz released a video for "U Don't Wanna Be Broke" that featured him playing virtually every part in the clip, while his new video finds him sharing screen time with Snoop Dogg. Bad Azz will be flexing his acting chops on the big screen with a cameo in Snoop's forthcoming "Bones" film, due in theaters later this year.
Bad Azz is best known for "We Be Puttin It Down," Word on Tha Streets' lead single, which also featured Snoop.
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