After a three year hiatus from recording, Lil Jon proteges Trilleville are set to once again deliver their brand of crunk with a new album.
The new album, Trilleville Presents: Access Granted, is slated for a May release and will be the follow-up disc to their 2004 LP The King Of Crunk & BME Recordings Present: Trillville. The new album is set to feature guest spots by Mannie Fresh, T-Pain and Three 6 Mafia with production to be handled by group member Don P and Nottz.
"This album sounds like classic Trillville, [but it is] the reinvented Trillville," says Lil Atlanta. "Trillville Presents: Access Granted is going to be one of the hottest albums coming out in '08."
Their freshman effort yielded the highly successful singles "Neva Eva" and "Some Cut" and while the group has been away from the limelight for a while, the crew hope to continue their success with this new disc.
"We didn't want to be away this long," Says Lil Atlanta. "We know it's been a minute so we're just excited to come back strong with this new album for our fans."
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