After recently leaving No Limit Records with Master P's blessing, twin rappers Kane and Abel have inked a deal to start their own label, Most Wanted Records, which will be handled through the Elektra Entertainment Group.The duo are also planning to release a new album, "Rise To Power," on September 21, a record that features such guests as Aaron Hall, Twista, as well as Most Wanted signees Ghinn, Scandalust, and Boss Player. Tracks for the album were provided by Master P's in-house producers, Beats By The Pound. In related news, St. Martin's Press will also re-release Kane and Abel's novel, "Eyes Of A Killer," this fall, and the brothers plan to issue another book as early as next May. Meanwhile, the two are waiting for a decision on the motion that a federal drug indictment filed against them in May to be dismissed (see [article id="1430753"]"Kane And Abel Claim Feds Tried To Use Them To Get To Master P"[/article]). In the case, Kane
and Abel charge that the feds were trying to build a case against No Limit Records mogul Master P, and vindictively prosecuted the twins when they refused to help.