bg1.jpgIn an interview with, former Cash Money Hot Boy, B.G., reveals he will release his upcoming album, Too Hood To Be Hollywood, on December 4 through Chopper City/Atlantic Records. “My style has changed and I’ve grown as [a] person,” says B. Gizzle. “I was real open-minded when I made this record. I’ve got one of the best A&R [reps] in the business, Jean Nelson, and we’ve come up with a vision to make a classic album that’s going to go down in the hall of fame.” Too Hood To Be Hollywood, B.G.’s first album since his 2006 KOCH Records release Heart of Tha Streetz Vol. 2, will feature production by Mannie Fresh, Polow Da Don, Khao, Lil C, Scott Storch, Bass Heavy, Nitti, Mr. Rogers and Don Vito. “I came in making the record that everybody said I wouldn’t be able to make,” Geezy says. “Now we got a hard but good problem of choosing which records to keep.” B.G.’s new LP will also be executive produced by fellow label mate T.I., but according to the New Orleans native, he is not signing to the King of the South’s Grand Hustle imprint. “T.I. is executive producing my album,” B.G. tells “But I ain’t signed to Grand Hustle.”