Scrilla is the latest to announce he is leaving Young Jeezy's CTE label.
Young Jeezy's CTE imprint has seen a shakeup of sorts after joining with Atlantic Records to form a new imprint. Earlier this month it was announced that Freddie Gibbs was leaving the label, on amicable terms, and shortly after the joint venture with Atlantic was confirmed. Now another artist, Scrilla, has announced that he is leaving CTE.
Taking to Twitter, the rapper let fans know of his departure, and that it is on good terms, "I want to take this time to say it's been a learning experience working with CTE. no hard feelings but it's time for me to do me."
Shortly after, as a parting gift of sorts, and also showing that he and Snowman are on good terms, Scrilla dropped a joint track with Jeezy and Richie Cap 1, which you can listen to here.
I want to take the time to say its been a learning experience working with CTE. no hard feelings but its time for me to do me— Scrilla (@Scrilla) December 31, 2012