Jermaine Eric Shute (born December 15, 1984), better known by his stage name Starlito (formerly All $tar Cashville Prince) is an American rapper from Nashville, Tennessee. He is best known for the 2005 song, "Grey Goose" which featured artists Young Jeezy and Yo Gotti. His second single, released in 2007, was Champagne Crazy featuring then labelmate Lil Wayne. His third radio single was "I Go Ham" and would later also feature the Atlanta rapper Gucci Mane. He is also known for working with rapper Young Buck and the Ca$hville Records label earlier in his career. He later briefly signed with major label Cash Money Records. During this time he would release numerous mixtapes under the label including The I Love You series and The Tenn-a-Keyan series. After basically no support from the Cash Money label he would release the song "B.M.F" translating to begging for my freedom, be my friend, or belittle my future. He was released from his contract and then put out the mixtape Free At Last as a proclamation of his freedom from his label situation with Cash Money Records.