“The money takes a boy’s innocence.” Jay IDK teams up with fellow DMV representer Fat Trel to drop a video for “A Boy’s Innocence,” a standout track from Jay’s Empty Bank project. The video features a very wintry soundscape, which many of us can likely relate to at this point. Watch the video for “A . . .
Fat Trel isn’t necessarily known for introspective tracks, but he talks about the wild life he lives in a different on Blended Babies‘s “Charlene.” This song, which also features vocals from Ricky Hil, is an emotive effort from Blended Babies’ recently released 6 EP. Stream “Charlene” below, and check out the 6 EP in full via Spotify.
D.C. meets Harlem, as Maybach Music Group spitter Fat Trel connects with Dave East for “All My Life,” which serves as the first single from his forthcoming SDMG 2 project. The first SDMG released back in 2013, so to say that this has been in the making for a while is an understatement. Stream “All My . . .
Virginia native New Regime connects with MMG’s Fat Trel for his brand new Kino Beats produced iTunes single “Money Hungry.” The energy is nonstop, and both artists deliver aggressive rhymes over the tense production. Stream “Money Hungry” below.
With Festivus set to hit the streets tomorrow, Wale pulls in fellow DMV representers Dew Baby and Fat Trel for “Loyalty,” a hard-hitting record focusing on the need to stick with the friends you’ve known for the longest. Stream “Loyalty” below, and look for Festivus to release Tuesday, December 23rd at 3:31 PM EST. (MissInfo)
Fat Trel links up with fellow MMG representer Rick Ross for “Burn,” a somber new release produced by Beat Billionaire. The two fit well together, laying down varying rhyme schemes to keep thing interesting throughout. Stream “Burn” below.
Rick Ross‘s “Finals 2” features just about…well, everybody. To be exact, you’ll hear Wale, Gunplay, Rockie Fresh, Fat Trel, Tracy T, and French Montana on the record. Producer D Rich provides the quintessial Maybach Music Group instrumental, and each rapper takes their turn delivering lines full of metaphors and hyperboles. You know, rapper stuff. “Finals 2” is . . .
Maybach Music spitter and Washington, D.C. native Fat Trel drops his long-awaited Gleesh project today, with a controversial cover featuring a photoshopped image of actress Lea Michele. This is the first project Trel is dropping as a member of MMG, potentially giving him a much bigger audience outside of the DMV. Production is handled by . . .
Fat Trel‘s “Hoe U Feel” features cinematic production from legendary producer Harry Fraud. The Washington, D.C. native continues to impress with his unique delivery, as he expands his fan base thanks to his relatively new deal with Maybach Music Group. Look for Gleesh to drop on April 1st. Stream “How U Feel” below.
Wale flips the script with his newly released “Clappers” remix, featuring Rick Ross, Fat Trel, and Young Thug. Unlike most of today’s remixes, this cut actually features an entirely new instrumental courtesy of Hit Boy. The energy of the original is still present, but the vibe is a bit more sophisticated and refined. Stream the . . .
Wale and A-Trak deliver their highly anticipated Festivus mixtape, as promised. Guest artists include Ab-Soul, Chance The Rapper, Fat Trel, Pusha T, and more. Wale delivert. 1. “Intro: Stroke of Genius” (Prod. by Lee Major) 2. “Blood Money 3.5″ f/ A$AP Ferg (Prod. by Marce Reazon) 3. Dew Baby “Loyalty” f/ Wale and Fat Trel . . .
DJ Kay Slay has released his long awaited, star studded The Original Man mixtape. The mixtape features Joell Ortiz, Styles P, Papoose, Sheek Louch, Young Buck, Gunplay, Ransom, French Montana, Fat Trel, Jim Jones, Raekwon, Kevin Gates, and more. Stream The Original Man in full below. Download Mixtape | Free Mixtapes Powered by DatPiff.com
With Trillectro set to touch down in Washington, DC this weekend, DJ Spicoli and DJ Kidd Marvel present the official 2014 Trillectro Mixtape, filled with music from the many acts who will take the stage at the RFK Festival Grounds this weekend. Stream the Trillectro 2014 Mixtape below, and purchase Trillectro tickets here. Check the . . .
Last year marked the beginning of an important new era in the Washington, D.C. music scene. Hip-hop and electronic music collided in an explosion of sound, culture, and creativity for the first Trillectro Music Festival at the Half Street Fairgrounds. This year saw DCtoBC’s Trillectro return to the Nation’s Capitol in grand fashion. Mayor Vincent . . .
You’re probably reading this saying, “I thought Black History Month is over!” Well, you’re technically right. Technically. But, like the anarchist I am, I believe that it should have the maximum amount of days a month is allowed, therefore, as for me and my house, it extends into March 2nd this year. The early half . . .