Bow Wow announces retirement from music: ‘I’m good with everything I accomplished’

Cast member Chad "Bow Wow" Moss attends the premiere of Tyler Perry's film "Madea's Big Happy Family" on April 19, 2011. The rapper turned actor has announced that he is retiring from music with his upcoming album to be his last. File Photo by Phil McCarten/UPI | License Photo

LOS ANGELES, Aug. 8 (UPI) — Rapper turned actor Shad “Bow Wow” Moss has announced that he is retiring from music with his upcoming album set to be his last.

“‘Retirement only means that it is time for a new adventure’ over 10 million sold. This the last one. THANK YOU,” Bow Wow wrote on Twitter Sunday alongside a black and white photo of himself performing onstage.

“I always said years ago i’d retire from music before 30. I just can’t see myself at 30 years old rapping,” the “Let Me Hold You” singer continued in a series of tweets¬†addressing his retirement plans.

“Made over 20 million off rap. Why be greedy? I’m good with everything i accomplished. I made it to the white house,” he concluded.

Bow Wow’s next album, which will be his seventh entitled “NYLTH,” will be executive produced by Snoop Dogg.

“My last album will be Executive Produced by my uncle Snoop and myself. Since he brought me in the game, it’s only right i involve him and end it with him,” Bow Wow wrote on Instagram alongside a throwback photo of Snoop Dogg.

Bow Wow’s last album,¬†“New Jack City II,” was released in 2009 before he took a break from music to focus on his acting career. Using his real name Shad Moss, the 29-year-old has appeared in films and television shows such as “Entourage,” “All About the Benjamins,” “Like Mike,” and “CSI: Cyber.”

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