Originally known as All Star Cashville Prince, rapper Jermaine Shute changed his moniker to Starlito after leaving Birdman‘s Cash Money label. Based out of Nashville, Shutemade his official debut in 2005 with his independent album Prince of the Ville. He signed with Cash Money that same year and released the successful single “Grey Goose” with guest stars Young Jeezy and Yo Gotti. The single “Crazy” was released in 2007 with labelmate Lil Wayne as guest, and by 2009 he was known as just All Star, with a proposed album, Cash Money Laundering. The album never appeared and All Star was off the label in 2010. As Starlito, Shute was more productive than ever. Amid dozens of mixtapes, he also issued proper albums on his Grind Hard label, beginning with Cold Turkey, his first of several releases that registered on Billboard’s Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. Additionally, he collaborated with Memphis’ Don Trip for the Step Brothers series, the third volume of which arrived in 2017.