Fat Trel Songs

  • MMM (Remix)
    MMM (Remix)
    Cassidy continues to keep the new music coming. After hitting us with the track “Lets Go Champ”, the Philly native decides to return and give his March release “MMM” the MEGA-remix treatment, recruiting Fred Money, Vado, Uncle Murda, Vado, JR Writer, Fat Trel, Dave East, Chubby Jag, Compton Menace, Red Café, Papoose, Drag-On, and Fred Da Godson.
  • BRRRR
    BRRRR
    Yesterday MMG's Fat Trel came through with his new mixtape, Georgetown, a much more PG name and artwork than his last effort, GLEESH, which spurred some controversy. The project contains sixteen records, with contributions coming from Fetty Wap, Troy Ave, Young Chop, Rick Ross x 2, Wale, 808 Mafia, Beat Billionaire and more.
  • I Need You
    I Need You
    By now, we all know Fetty Wap is here to stay. He's crushing it every time on the hook, and his latest, on Fat Trel's new single, "I Need You," is no different. And to go along with Fetty's crooning, Trel brings some serious bars. We certainly haven't heard the big man drop romance like this.
  • That's Me
    That's Me
    Tracy T, Fat Trel and Mane Mane all hail from different corners of the country (Atlanta, Washington DC and Chicago, respectively), but on their new track "That's Me," they're decidedly on the same page. Listen to the MMG and Glo Gang representatives' new song below.  Taken from Traps N Trunks' new tape, "That's Me" was produced by Haz Futcha and Will TCee. In their verses, each rapper lists off things they have unique knowledge about. For Tracy, it's "alligators living the lagoon life," and for Trel, it's more like "seen a body drop on Fox 5 and that's me."
  • Energy (Freestyle)
    Energy (Freestyle)
    Fat Trel has been dropping close to a freestyle a day over the last week, going in over Nicki Minaj's "Truffle Butter," Beyonce's "7/11" and more. Today, he's taking on yet another popular instrumental with Drake's "Energy'. The minimal Boi-1da beat tends to be strong enough to make anyone sound halfway decent, so when a spitter like Trel gets on it, it turns into something special.
  • 7/11 (Freestyle)
    7/11 (Freestyle)
    Beyoncé's "7/11" was essentially her response to Wiz Khalifa's "We Dem Boyz". A Detail-produced and co-written record that favored a blurted auto-tuned delivery rather a sung one. For this reason, it was surprising we didn't see more rapper's take on the instrumental following its release, but Fat Trel has decided to come through with the late-pass on it and show us how it's done.
  • Dear Momma
    Dear Momma
    Maybach Music-signee Fat Trel is not usually one to show his soft side, but for Mother's Day he opens up on "Dear Momma," and the results are surprisingly touching. In "Dear Momma" the DMV rapper pens a letter to his mother, letting her know he remembers how hard she worked to make ends meet when he was growing up, that he is forever indebted to her as he continues to try and make it as a rapper. Also, J. Beale's background croon game is on point. 
  • All Day (Freestyle)
    All Day (Freestyle)
    While the hype around Kanye West's "All Day" was phenomenal following his performance at the Brit Awards, and the eventual emerence of the studio version, the excitement around the record tapered out pretty quickly. We know one guy who's still bumping the record, as Fat Trel has released a freestyle over the Kanye jam today.
  • Truffle Butter (Freestyle)
    Truffle Butter (Freestyle)
    As Fat Trel works on a new mixtape, Georgetown, he's giving it some extra promo with a quick freestyle over Nicki Minaj's "Truffle Butter" beat. Yup, apparently we are still getting "Truffle Butter" freestyles. The DMV native starts by twisting the opening words of the original song, and gets in a fair amount of gangsta talk in his two short verses: drug-dealing and drug-taking, bumping Lil Wayne, fucking bitches, gun-toting, and more.
  • Super Bad Bitch
    Super Bad Bitch
    We haven't heard much from Red Cafe this year, but he's now back with a high-octane new track, and a mixtape on the way. On "Super Bad Bitch", Red Cafe brings along MMG young gun Fat Trel and Houston's Marcus Manchild. You already know who "Super Bad Bitch" is dedicated to--the only type of woman Red Cafe fucks with. The song boasts a Southern style summertime beat, but each rapper, hailing from Brooklyn, D.C., and Houston respectively, sound right at home. 
  • Mollybag (Freestyle)
    Mollybag (Freestyle)
    There are a couple of hotspots in the rap world right now, namely Altanta, L.A., and Chcago, but DC is definitely on the rise. Along with Wale and Shy Glizzy, Fat Trel is at the forefront of the scene, and today he's reached out to Chicago to bring two creative hotbeds together.
  • Trap Queen (Remix)
    Trap Queen (Remix)
    At this point, we've already heard a "Trap Queen" remix that featured French Montana, but now some dudes from further down the East Coast have offered up their own version. Maybach Music Group's resident heavyweights, Rick Ross and Fat Trel, have hopped on the popping single, adding a pair of verses betwixt Fetty's hooks.  Let us know if you're feeling this one.
  • Whole Thang
    Whole Thang
    DJ Scream knows how to break records, and as a result, he knows how to put one together. We've seen him assemble crew records before, always taking the chemistry of the rappers involved into account, and providing the right production for the collab. Most recently, he brought the aggressive quartet of Que, Gunplay, Waka Flocka , and Tracy T together for "Always", and today he's supplied a similarly effective record.
  • I'm Bout Mine
    I'm Bout Mine
    This evening, Washington DC based MC and producer D_Boy Keon makes his HNHH debut alongside tried-and-true DMV spitter Fat Trel on the track "I'm Bout Mine." Check it out below. Keon is a self-proclaimed “hustler’s rapper,” and he states that "whether you’re selling socks or rocks you need to be inspired to be the best at it." "I'm Bout Mine" is a strong first showing for him, with its jerky, synth-laden beat only emphasized by his and Trel's pack-moving bars.  Quotable Lyrics
  • My Bruvas
    My Bruvas
    The controversial cover art for Fat Trel's last mixtape Gleesh may have garnered more attention than the music itself, which is too bad, as it was yet another consistent showing from one of DC's greatest talents. The MMG rapper is currently preparing his follow up, which will be titled Georgetown.
  • Loyalty
    Loyalty
    Tomorrow, Wale will be delivering his and A-Trak's Festivus mixtape, and after sharing "The Chess Match" yesterday, the MMG signee delivers another tape cut for us tonight. A trappy DMV anthem, "Loyalty" also features Dew Baby and Fat Trel.
  • These Niggas
    These Niggas
    Earlier this month, Fat Trel began rolling out songs from a new project, kicking things off with "Burn," a track that also featured Rick Ross. Today, he follows that up with a song that might be even hotter. "These Niggas" features K Camp on the hook.
  • Burn
    Burn
    Before he drops his second 2014 album, Hood Billionaire, Rick Ross is spending some time gifting guest verses to his MMG cohorts. After showing up on Stalley's recently-released Ohio, the label bawse graces a new banger by Fat Trel entitled "Burn."
  • Try Me (Remix)
    Try Me (Remix)
    Other than iLoveMakonnen's "Tuesday," DeJ Loaf's "Try Me" is probably the most popular track for rappers to remix at the moment. So far, we've heard versions by Wiz Khalifa, The LOX, DUBB and E-40, and now DMV's own Maybach Music Group representative, Fat Trel, offer up his own. Spending most of the track rapping about strippers and "THOTiana"s, Trel alters the somewhat menacing character of Loaf's original to make "Try Me" more of a player's anthem.
  • Live
    Live
    A few days ago, we shared the video for "Live," a new collab from Boogz Boogetz and Fat Trel, and now we're proud to be able to premier the audio. 
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