Yung Joc’s Sophmore Album ‘Hustlenomic’ On Bad Boy Pushed Back

Rapper Yung Joc “Jasiel A. Robinson” album “Hustlenomics” has been set back.

Rapper Yung Joc “Jasiel A. Robinson” album “Hustlenomics” has been set back. The original release date set for a July 31 on Bad Boy Records has been moved up to August 28, 2007.

Although the album release date has been moved up, it hasn’t prevented fans from getting the latest music on the artist. The first single from his album “Hustlenomic” was “Coffee Shop” which features Gorilla Zoe and was produced by Don Vito. The track which was officially released May 8th, made its way onto the internet prior to the release date. Another track reportedly released from the album is “Bottle Poppin” which also features Gorilla Zoe.

Features on his forthcoming album will include The Game, Elephant Man, Monica, Young Dro, Cassie, B5, Young Dro, Diddy, Trick Daddy and others.

In other news, Yung Joc is currently on his promo tour. The rapper will also be on the lineup for the Screamfest “2007 Scream Tour” along with Ciara and T.I. which will be touring this July and August.

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