He might be a reality show star on 'Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta,' but Lil Scrappy is returning to music in a big way with a new album and record deal.

Scrappy took to Instagram to share the good news. "Good am God is great I'm at u just signed a new deal with a major label #scrappymusic back at u lol ur hate couldn't stop me #Godgotme" he wrote.

The rapper has inked a new label partnership between his Gri$tle Gang Records, Chinga Chang Records and Sony Entertainment. He will release his 'Reparations' album through this deal.

"Partnering with Chinga Chang Records is the best move I've made since I entered the Hip-Hop game, period!" says Scrappy in a statement. "'Reparations' reflects the maturity and wisdom I've learned from being in this industry."

On Dec. 5, Scrappy plans to release the songs 'They Hate Me' and 'Juicy On My Mind.' In addition, he will return to 'Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta' in January. 'Reparations' is scheduled for release in 2014.