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He stated that "Bow Wow" no longer fit with his new personality as he was now a father, host, and actor, and he had matured from what he had been early on in his life. He then named the members of his new management team and finished the post by writing, "Making money won't be the issue.
In May 2015, with his long-delayed album with Cash Money still without a release date, Bow Wow announced that he had amicably parted ways with Cash Money Records so he could move on with his music career. I'm tired of going to the studio to make records and then I listen to them. Then when y'all ask for new music I don't wanna hear it 'cuz I've been listening to it for two or three months. Figuring out where to keep it all is another story!
The album also included "Bow Wow (That's My Name)" featuring Snoop Dogg, which topped the rap chart, In 2002, his second album Doggy Bag was released with singles "Take Ya Home" which peaked at #72 on the Hot 100 and #21 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, and "Thank You" with Jagged Edge, #1 on the R&B chart. New Jack City II, his sixth album, was released in March 2009 was his first album to include a Parental Advisory: Steven Roberts of MTV News observed that this album explored "the influence of crack cocaine in inner-city communities", and featured such guests as T. Three promo singles were released in late 2008: "Marco Polo" featuring Soulja Boy, "Big Girls", and "Roc The Mic".
Bow Wow dropped the "Lil'" from his stage name in April 2002; he told MTV News: "I changed my name because I'm getting older now and it's too many Lil's. The first official single, "You Can Get It All" featuring Johnta Austin, samples TLC's "Baby-Baby-Baby" and peaked at #55 on the Hot 100 and #9 on the Hot Rap Tracks.
Bow Wow made his first movie appearance in All About the Benjamins, in 2002 as a cameo.
Before Like Mike he made cameos in All About The Benjamins and "Carmen: A Hip Hopera".
The third single scheduled from the album was intended to feature Miguel that was titled "Right Now".
Later, there was an announcement that Universal Republic Records was going defunct; all of the artists on the roster that were moved from the label, including Bow Wow, were moved to Republic Records, making the label itself revived.
Since the success of Like Mike, Bow Wow has starred in several Hollywood films, including Roll Bounce, The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift and Hurricane Season.
He has also made guest appearances on Smallville and Ugly Betty.