Shy Glizzy & FAT TREL
The respective leaders of the Glizzy Gang and the Slutty Boyz have united for a new paper chaser's anthem entitled "Checklist." For their new collab, Shy Glizzy and Fat Trel call upon an Atlanta maestro in Zaytoven for the invigorating, piano-heavy production. Zay produced the entirety of Glizzy's September mixtape, For Trappers Only, so it's no surprise that he sounds right at home in the DMV on "Checklist."
Blended Babies Feat. Ricky Hil & FAT TREL
Production duo Blended Babies have been putting in a lot of work lately. They recently joined forces with Chuck Inglish for an entire EP titled Ev Zepplin, and now that that's had some time to breathe, they're returning to their number-themed EP series.
All My Life
FAT TREL Feat. Dave East
After an impressive mixtape run from June 2015 through January 2016 comprised of Georgetown, Muva Russia, and Finesse Gang, MMG's Fat Trel is getting ready to release the sequel t
All The Way Up
Tate Kobang Feat. FAT TREL
As we've seen with Desiigner's "Panda," when New York has a potential hit, they drive it to the top. Fat Joe, Remy Ma, and French Montana's "All The Way Up" is currently making waves on the Hot 100, proving that Terror Squad still has what it takes to make a smash, and New York has embraced it readily, with many rappers from the region turning in their own freestyle records on the beat.
Trouble's record "Ready" continues to get bigger and bigger in the streets. The rapper is doing his part, for sure, after enlisting Big Bank Black, Young Thug and Young Dolph on the remix-- that's quite the trio of street-approved rappers. Since releasing the remix, Trouble came through just yesterday with the official video. Cue Fat Trel.
U Ain't Safe
A$AP TyY Feat. FAT TREL & Regular Rell
After warning us earlier, ASAP TyY came through with the release of his debut mixtape tonight called Best Kept Secret. Laced with a whopping 19 tracks, the project features guest appearances from the late ASAP Yams, Fat Trel, Rob Rich, and many more.
March Madness (Gleesh Mix)
Future's "March Madness" was indisputably one of the biggest tracks of last year. So big, in fact, that one better come with his best effort if he intends to pull off a remix of the Tarentino-produced banger. Fat Trel does just that, though the production is a remake of Tarentino's, and it doesn't pack the same type of visceral energy. But Trel's energy on the mic and his portrait of the Slutty Boyz lifestyle are enough to provide exciting new life to the track that was finally starting to get less and less play.
Project Pat Feat. Big Trill & FAT TREL
If you were bumping Project Pat's Cheez N Dope 3, we have good news -- the Three 6 Mafia legend is planning to drop Cheez n Dope 4 in the "next couple of months." Today, HNHH premieres the tape's lead single "Mack Shyt" featuring Big Trill and Fat Trell and produced by Drumma Boy.
The Way It Go Pt. 2
A$AP Ant Feat. FAT TREL
As they did last week, ASAP Mob decided to his us with a double dose of new release for their #WavyWednesdays series. After dropping Playboi Carti’s “Vlone Thug,” the mob liberates a new one from ASAP Ant & MMG artist Fat Trel called “The Way It Go Pt. 2.”
CT McLaren Feat. FAT TREL
CT McLaren's is a rapper from Miami, but on his latest track, "No Difference," he's scored a feature from DC's Fat Trel. The two rappers are a good fit, each telling gritty street tales with confident but very emotional deliveries. McLaren is gearing up to release some more new music this year, and we'll be keeping up with his new releases from hereon in. At the same time, we'll be waiting on Trel's long-awaited MMG debut.
Wop Me Out
FAT TREL & ManeMane
Frequent collaborators Fat Trel and ManeMane, who now goes by ManeMane4CGG, have teamed up for a new mixtape, Finesse Gang. The project should arrive today, but we've got a new leak, "Wop Me Out," to hold fans over until the full download becomes available. The tape brings together two movements, Slutty Boyz and Glo Gang, that have a lot in common when it comes to the type of street music each cranks out on the regular.
I Want It All (Prod. By Lyons League)
Fat Trel teased his Muva Russia mixtape with a couple of great Lyons League-produced records, which had us hoping we'd find some more collaborations on the tape. Thankfully, our suspicion was correct, and "I Want It All," is the best of the new tracks with the producer. Much like "Is It Over," the track brings out Trel's understated melodic sensibility, giving us a repetitive, hypnotic hook.
Fat Trel has been dropping off new music weekly as of late, and after giving us the sombre "Free Issa" last week, today he hops on some r'n'b production for a freestyle. The MMG rapper goes for two buzzing r'n'b artists, Bryson Tiller and Tory Lanez. Bryson Tiller's "Don't" instrumental begins the record before switching midway to Tor Lanez's biggest single yet, "Say It." Trel's marble-mouthed flow is slowed down for this "GleeshMix." Are you feeling it?
Fat Trel gave us one of his best tracks ever last week with the soulfully catchy "Is It Over," and today he's decided to stick with the winning formula of the record of "Free Issa", which puts Lyons League behind the boards once again. This time around, it's a much darker endeavor, with Lyons replacing the warm sampling with a tip-toeing riff, giving it a paranoid feel.
Is It Over
While he still hasnt put out an official project for the label, Fat Trel has been keeping the output coming since signing with MMG. "Is It Over" is the latest of many standalone singles he's delivered over the last year, and it might be one of our favorites. Trel finds a way to craft a catchy record in a very simple way, never inflecting his rhymes with too much melody, but the simple repetition and interaction with the lush, string-laden beat will have you reciting the hook along with the rapper by the last chorus.
Milly Rock (Remix)
In case you haven't been paying attention, 2 Milly is coming up as the next Bobby Shmurda. Basically, that means that he has a viral hit on his hands and he's a New York native. "Milly Rock" has an infectious and hook, easily setting itself up for viral stardom (the YouTube video has already surpassed 2 million views, watch it below). Today DMV native Fat Trel gives 2 Milly a co-sign, and hops on the bandwagon early, with his own "Milly Rock" remix. Trel adds a verse and lets 2 Milly's hook ride out the end of the record. Let us know what you think.
Off Da Sh!t
FAT TREL Feat. Foams
It's now been over two months since Fat Trel dropped his last tape, Georgetown, and he seems to be getting back to hi usual, more prolific release schedule. Last week he gave us the melodic slow jam "All Day," and today he gets back to the more aggressive side of things on "Off Da Sh!t," a hard-hitting track produced by Young Lan and also featuring Foams.
Following last week’s “Money Calling” video, MMG affiliate Fat Trel decides to come through today and share a new track called “All Day,” (not to be confused with Kanye’s record of the same name though).
Cassidy Feat. Maino, Papoose, Dave East, Uncle Murda, FAT TREL & Vado
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.
FAT TREL Feat. Wale & Rick Ross
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.