It looks like Juvenile will finally get out of the projects, or, should we say, get the projects out. Already delayed several times this year, his Project English not only has an August 28 release date that his label's distributor, Universal, swears is firm, but he has a new single out to get the buzz going.
"Set It Off" finds Cash Money Records' biggest seller rhyming about, among other things, police harassment, sex with project chicks and a wild night with his wawdies. According to a Cash Money spokesperson, various CMR artists, including the Hot Boys and Big Tymers, will appear on the LP, which was produced by Mannie Fresh.
Juvenile hasn't been idle while his album's been pushed back, however. He started U.P.T. (Uptown) Records with Sony Music and is looking to release the debut from the label's first act, Big Skip, sometime toward the end of the year.
Project English is Juvenile's fourth solo album, and third for Cash Money. Juvenile and fellow Hot Boys BG, Turk and Lil Wayne will release their Let 'Em Burn later this year.