After B.G., Juvenile, and Turk left Cash Money Records in the early 2000s, Baby knew the label's roster would have to be restacked (back then, himself, Mannie Fresh, and Lil Wayne weren't enough). Thus, the Birdman swooped over New Orleans (where he scooped up the D-Boyz) before flying to SoCal (Mack 10), and finally making his biggest pick-up in Chicago (Boo & Gotti, Mikkey Halsted, and Halsted's younger sister, Miss Criss). Since then, all of those signees have gone their separate ways; though Mikkey never stopped recording, his sister later took a brief hiatus from the industry. Now, however, Crissy is back, and she's joined forces with her brother to show listeners just how Y.F.F. (that's an acronym for “Young, Fly, and Fresh”) they both are. Those digging the Windy City siblings' stunts will be happy to hear that both Mikkey's long-awaited debut, The Photo Album, and Crissy's comeback LP, The Chixtape, are set to arrive in stores this September.