At the Dinner, CTE’s Boo Rossini and Boston George and Premiere Collaboration Record, FTSU, Featuring Jeezy and Young Thug
ATLANTA – (July 23, 2016) – Earlier this week, platinum hip hop mogul and founder of record labelCTE World, Jeezy, hosted a private dinner in Atlanta to welcome Boston George to his label, and announce the appointment of artist Boo Rossini as President of CTE World. The two solo artists have been working closely alongside the label for some time and the Houston native, Boston George, finalized his affiliation when he signed earlier this week.
During the dinner, Jeezy led a toast and discussed the two artists and the future of CTE. He later said, “I’m excited about the direction CTE is moving in and what we’re building. Signing Boston [George] just made sense for us. He’s about what we’re about and ushers in a new wave of street rap to the label.” He added, “And Boo [Rossini] has been my ace for years now. I’m proud of how he’s grown as an artist and businessman. He’s more than earned his appointment as President of CTE World.”
Boo Rossini and Boston George also premiered their video, “Day 1,” during red carpet arrivals and gave guests a sneak preview of their newest record, “F*ck the Summer Up” (FTSU) featuring Jeezy and Young Thug, which drops worldwide next week.
Stream FTSU here:
https://soundcloud.com/boorossinicte/fuck-the-summer-up-radio-boo-rossini-boston-george-jeezy-and-young-thug/s-QDBUp (radio edit)
The two CTE artists have been collaborating on music since dropping their first conjoined project,Drug War (2012). Next month fans can look forward to the release their third project, Drug War 3, as well as plenty of visuals and solo projects from each artist. Boo Rossini, who has been a part of CTE for several years, was appointed President of CTE World earlier this month. Boston George is the first new artist signed to the label since his appointment. Prior to joining CTE, Boston George sparked the attention of labels with his project, Trappin in Traffic, hosted by DJ Drama and DJ Mr. Rogers. The project included features from Meek Mill, BIG K.R.I.T, Jeezy and Kirko Bangz.