Chingy has officially returned to Ludacris' Disturbing Tha Peace imprint after having a falling out several years ago.
The St. Louis bred rapper began his career on the DTP label in 2003 and gained national attention with his hit single "Right Thurr" which was featured on his multi-platinum debut album, Jackpot.
In early 2004, Chingy would sever ties with the label after claiming his money was being mismanaged. He would then release three albums on Capitol Records, Powerballin' and Hoodstar, respectively. Both albums would suffer from low sales.
A track by the rapper, titled "Make That Money" recently leaked onto the net where he confirms his come back to his old camp. "Was gone for a minute, back with the crew /Who?/ DTP so if you on top, we came to move you."
Details on Chingy's upcoming album on DTP are yet to be revealed but it has been confirmed that he will appear on DTP's compilation album, Strength In Numbers, which will hit shelves in early July.
As SOHH previously reported, Shawnna amicably left DTP earlier this week. During her run with the label, she released two solo albums and a DTP group album.