0 To 100 (Freestyle)
Yup, you'll be seeing these "0 To 100" freestyles and/or remixes all summer long, so get ready. Next up to take on the scathing beat from Boi-1da is MMG's Fat Trel. After delivering his Gleesh mixtape and stirring up a healthy amount of controversy thanks to the Glee-inspired cover art, Fat Trel returns today with a freestyle over "0 To 100" as well as the latter half of the track, "The Catch Up."
Chris Webby Feat. FAT TREL
Chris Webby's mixtape, The Checkup is set to drop next week, and while we were just given a new track from the project a few days back, the rapper has given us another leak today.
Rick Ross Feat. Wale, Gunplay, Rockie Fresh, FAT TREL, Tracy T & French Montana
With a rematch of last year’s NBA Finals kicking off tonight, Rick Ross felt it was necessary to revisit a classic MMG song of theirs and re-“heat” it up. Before the 2011 NBA Finals, Rozay celebrated his hometown Miami Heat making the championship by releasing the track “Finals” featuring Meek Mill and Gunplay.
Chill Will Feat. Kevin Gates & FAT TREL
Chill Will is one of the many members of Migos' QC The Label collective, and it seems as though he's getting ready to break out on his own. His new track, "Dis Pack", enlists some big features from very different regions to help out on the ATL banger. DC's Fat Trel and Baton Rouge's Kevin Gates each contribute a verse, each bringing their very distinct flavor to the track. Gates' verse is particularly memorable with the rapper gradually getting more intense in his delivery over the length of his 16.
Slutty Boyz Feat. Wale & Rich Homie Quan
Prior to releasing their tape Da New Kool today, Fat Trel's Slutty Boyz hadn't really collaborated with any big artists outside of their hometown, Washington, D.C. That all changed today, as their tape had a number of big guest appearances, including Wale and Rich Homie Quan on the song "Dinner." Over a blunted beat by Pro Reese, Slutty Boyz and their guests let us know that their homies can always get a meal when they're in need. There's talk of kush-ups and sipping lean, but this is a mostly wholesome track for sure.
What We Doing (Remix)
YOG$ Feat. FAT TREL & Tracy T
Emerging West Bloomfield, Michigan producer YOG$ has put his spin on Fat Trel's "What We Doing", a choice selection from his recent GLEESH project, which is available in our mixtape section. YOG$ expands on the minimal production of the original track (produced by Famous), filling out the quieter moments for a more anthemic sound.
FAT TREL Feat. Rockie Fresh
"Fresh" is a choice selection from Fat Trel's new 15-track mixtape GLEESH, featuring his Maybach Music Group label mate Rockie Fresh on the assist. The track is undeniably smooth, is it not? The last track we heard from Trel was "How You Feel" (produced by Harry Fraud), another standout cut from GLEESH. Before that was his unprecedented freestyle over Drake's "Too Much".
FAT TREL Feat. Rick Ross
This remix of "Shoot" is another standout from Fat Trel's new GLEESH mixtape, featuring his MMG boss Rick Ross over production from Young Chop (cop the whole tape in our mixtape section). How's it compare to the original track, though?
How U Feel
Fat Trel is getting ready for the release of Gleesh, his brand new mixtape set for release on April 1st. For now, we get another Gleesh teaser, this time in the form of "How U Feel," with a chill beat provided by Harry Fraud.
Too Much (Freestyle)
Fat Trel continues his Gleesh-mix series with a new freestyle over a remake of Drake's "Too Much" instrumental. The song even features a different singer on the hook, while Trel delivers two very personal and emotional verses. The recent MMG-signee is getting ready to drop his Gleesh mixtape on April 1st. it's not clear if these freestyles will appear on the project or are simply a teaser for the tape.
In My Bag
FAT TREL Feat. Wale
We just heard from Fat Trel two days ago when he dropped off his "Or Nah (Freestyle)", and today the MMG rapper steps it up a notch, with original production and a feature from his fellow Maybach spitter, Wale. The two trade bars through out "In My Bag" using a staccato flow, while Wale handles the hook. Wale also adopts Terrio's infamous "Oooh kill em" line in the record. The track will appear on Trel's forthcoming project Gleesh which is due out on April 1st.
Or Nah (Freestyle)
"Paranoid" was a huge breakout hit for Ty Dolla $ign, but "Or Nah" may be shaping up to be even bigger. Besides getting a lot of play in the clubs, the song will be earning an official remix with Drake and The Weeknd, which should catapult it to "Versace" levels of ubiquity. It's also getting the freestyle treatment pretty regularly, with Fat Trel being the latest rapper to turn in his version. Rather than just add a verse, Trel decides to do his own 3 and a half minute version of the song, complete with his own interpolation of the hook.
Wale Feat. Rick Ross, FAT TREL & Young Thug
Wale's "Clappers" was one of the breakout hits from his 2013 album, The Gifted, mainly due to its strip club-friendly sound. While Juicy J and Nicki Minaj held it down on the original mix, Wale has a whole new list of features on the new version, which also gets a complete instrumental re-work frrom Hit-Boy.
Young Breed Feat. Rick Ross & FAT TREL
Give Game Over a spin - it's a new offering from Young Breed, featuring Rick Ross & Fat Trel. It was dropped on Wednesday, January 22nd, 2014. Young Breed's rap artistry continues to improve with every release, something which is most definitely evidenced on Game Over. His ever-expanding catalogue is definitely better for it, and we're looking forward to the next piece of the puzzle - aren't you?
Future Feat. Rick Ross, Drake, ScHoolboy Q, Meek Mill, FAT TREL, Jeezy, T.I., Tracy T, Juicy J & Diddy
Verseable has gone ahead and created the Frankentein mix we've all been waiting for. All 3 official remixes of Future's "Sh!t" have been combined, as well as the MMG take released a few days prior. That's 12 verses, and 11 minutes of "Sh!t" for y'all to enjoy. Quotable lyrics: "Fucked up, lucky I don't feed into the gossip/ Niggas act like they don't know, but they should know/ Yeah, I just think it's funny how they dangling the bait/ But I'm the one that's killing niggas on the hooks though"
FAT TREL Feat. Rick Ross, Meek Mill & Tracy T
New MMG signees, Fat Trel and Tracy T take on Mike WiLL Made It's punishing "Sh!t" instrumental with a little help from the label's vets. Meek Mill and Rick Ross cover the last half of the track, sounding more than comfortable over Future's hard-hitting track, before the Plutonian himself shows up to do his stuttered refrain. Quotable lyrics:
She Fell In Love
Stream She Fell In Love, the newest drop from FAT TREL. The cut was released on Tuesday, November 19th, 2013. Things are looking better for FAT TREL with each new release, which She Fell In Love has proven yet again. It's worthy addition to the impressive body of work FAT TREL has been developing over the years. We're looking forward to hearing what's next.
FAT TREL Feat. Slutty Boyz & Migos
Listen to Giddyup, the new track by FAT TREL featuring Slutty Boyz & Migos which was dropped on Wednesday, November 6th, 2013. FAT TREL's odds keep getting better with each new leak, and Giddyup will undoubtedly improve his chances of winning. It's a worthy addition to a respectable catalogue that has seen a lot of growth since FAT TREL debuted in this game. We're looking forward to the follow-up.
Black Cobain Feat. FAT TREL
Listen to Turn Up, the new track by Black Cobain featuring Fat Trel which was dropped on Monday, October 21st, 2013. Black Cobain's odds keep getting better with each new leak, and Turn Up will undoubtedly improve his chances of winning. It's a worthy addition to a respectable catalogue that has seen a lot of growth since Black Cobain debuted in this game. We're looking forward to the follow-up.
Give ADHD (Freestyle) a spin - it's a new offering from FAT TREL. It was dropped on Friday, September 13th, 2013. FAT TREL's rap artistry continues to improve with every release, something which is most definitely evidenced on ADHD (Freestyle). His ever-expanding catalogue is definitely better for it, and we're looking forward to the next piece of the puzzle - aren't you?