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Short Dawg / Press

“DJ Toomp and Kwamé are among the more established names producing the LP — which has been recorded over the last four years — while various Young Money members along with Akon, Pimp C and Bun B are guest-starring. There's also another cameo appearance that people will be looking forward to hearing: Too Short. The Oakland legend had the nickname "Short Dog" all the way back in the '80s, but the younger Short Dawg says the Bay Area O.G. gave his blessing several years ago to use the moniker.”

“Undeterred, Short, who also goes by his alter-ego, Elvis Freshley, stayed on his grind and, after securing his liberation from the legendary label, signed to long-time friend Lil Wayne’s Young Money imprint and dropped a mean 16 for “Pass the Dutch” on the We Are Young Money compilation LP. Now that Freshly’s debut album has a release date in site, his unbridled enthusiasm has him making songs like it’s a bodily function. At his Southern Flame Spitta, Vol. 3 mixtape release party hosted by SF2 in Houston, Complex caught up with Short to talk about his upcoming CD and how he plans to keep the Young Money hype machine buzzing while Weezy F. Baby is in the clink…”