Harry Fraud does release his instrumentals for free from time to time, and today happens to be one of those days. The producer has decided to release one of his stand-out contributions to French Montana's Coke Boys 4 mixtape, "88 Coupes" which originally featured French and Jadakiss.
Converse has been getting artists together for their upcoming CONS EP VOL. 1 compilation, with some collaborations being more unlikely than others.
The weirdest match-up we've seen yet has to be Frank Ocean, Diplo, and The Clash, while the latest pairing is slightly more conventional.
Bump Been Around The Wave, the latest cut from Harry Fraud which features Max B, French Montana & Daft Punk on the assist. It dropped on Saturday, May 25th, 2013. Harry Fraud's horizons are broadening with each new release, and Been Around The Wave is no exception.
Stream Yacht Lash , the newest drop from Harry Fraud which features Earl Sweatshirt & Riff Raff. The cut was released on Tuesday, April 30th, 2013. Harry Fraud continues to impress with each new leak, and Yacht Lash is no exception.
Give Base a listen - it's a new offering from Harry Fraud, featuring DJ Wonder. It was dropped on Wednesday, March 27th, 2013. Harry Fraud's musical situation is improving with every new release, and Base will most definitely help the cause.
Quotable Lyrics"I like my seat back, cup full, weed rolled, fuck school I've been gettin' money, what the fuck have you been up to? Up to, up to, what the fuck have you been up to? Livin' out my dreams, boy, what the fuck have you been up to?
Quotable Lyrics"Every day a different car ride, a ticket on the plane All of a sudden all these people don't be treatin me the same Treatin' hoes like a bon voyage, see em tomorrow The second that you wake up baby, I will be gone I got all the time, I got so much to do I'm not losing my mind out here fucking with
Listen to Mean, the latest track from Harry Fraud, featuring French Montana & Action Bronson. The cut dropped on Tuesday, November 6th, 2012. Harry Fraud's future brightens with every new release, and Mean certainly isn't an exception.