Trae Tha Truth Songs

  • Big Bank
    Big Bank
    Earlly Mac is going to be the next name you know out of the Finally Famous camp. The Detroit MC recruits Bizzy Crook and Trae Tha Truth for assistance on "Big Bank," produced by IcePic & Sergio. Earlly actually tackles a subject we literally just heard another Detroiter rap about recently, the idea being that big bank will always take little bank (they even have the same title).
  • So Many Tears
    So Many Tears
    Trae Tha Truth has been a prolific force since teaming up with T.I.'s Hustle Gang, but we're still waiting on his first album for the label. Whether or not it's coming anytime soon, we're confident we'll continue to receive quality music form the southern legend either way. His latest INK-assisted record is called "So Many Tears", and while he stays within his steady low-register rap style, he conveys the emotion of the song with his words.
  • Been Here Too Long
    Been Here Too Long
    Trae Tha Truth has been heavy on the remix game lately, tackling some of the hottest instrumentals in the industry, including “Coco”, “All About The Money”, and “Hot Nigga” to name a few. Taking a break from these freestyles, Trae decides to change it a bit and release this all new original cut today titled “Been Here Too Long”. This Watson The Great-produced record will NOT be a part of Trae’s upcoming Street King 2 project. It should however hold fans and streets over until we get some new updates on the upcoming project.
  • I Knew
    I Knew
    Zach Farlow makes his second appearance on HNHH this week with another new leak, "I Knew" featuring Trae Tha Truth. The Tennessee native who currently resides in Atlanta popped up two days ago with Rich Homie Quan on "Low," and today he's back with that Atlanta sound on "I Knew." We can thank Metro Boomin' for the dope beat, while Zach Farlow does his high-pitched (and sometimes off pitch) flow.
  • Chopper
    Chopper
    Here we go with one last record from Lupe Fiasco, as we anticipate his new album Tetsuo & Youth officially dropping tomorrow! A few days back Lupe hit us with the premiere of "Murals" and he's back again with "Chopper," a hard-hitting record with production from the talented DJ Dahi.
  • CoCo (Freestyle)
    CoCo (Freestyle)
    Trae Tha Truth continues his campaign of adding 45 seconds of bars to the most poppin' songs in the land. After making tiny alterations to "Hot Nigga" and "All About The Money," the Texas rapper adds less than a minute of new material to OT Genasis' "CoCo."
  • All About The Money (Remix)
    All About The Money (Remix)
    Ever since Manolo Rose's "All About The Money" was bought and remixed by a certain weirdo-averse NYC rapper, it seems like other rappers can't get enough of it, lining up to add bars of their own to the sparse, piano-led track. Trae Tha Truth is the latest. 
  • Kangaroo
    Kangaroo
    Project Pat has been sending us several exclusives from his upcoming joint project with Big Trill, and he continues the trend today, sending over their latest leak called "Kangaroo" with a feature from Trae Tha Truth.
  • Deadly Sins
    Deadly Sins
    After releasing a steady stream of freestyles over the past several weeks, Franc Grams makes his return to HNHH with some original material. The first single off the his upcoming #ThePremonition tape due in December, "Deadly Sins" finds the Connecticut emcee teaming up with Texas street king Trae Tha Truth over a smooth instrumental from Lando Beats. Feelin' the track? Stay tuned as we continue to cover the project's roll out.
  • Try Me (Remix)
    Try Me (Remix)
    We've heard a lot of "Try Me" remixes and freestyles in the past few months, but usually it's only one (or, rarely, two) rapper attempting to tackles the DeJ Loaf hit. Today, T.I., Troy Ave and Trae Tha Truth of Hustle Gang offer up a posse cut remix.
  • Dopamine
    Dopamine
    Chris Webby gives us a bit of a science lesson as to what dopamine is exactly on his latest single off Chemically Imbalanced-- it's an appropriate record given the album's title, and the record is all about getting high off happiness. We recently premiered "Fuck Off" from Chemically Imbalanced, but this record is a posse cut, with appearances from Talib Kweli, Grafh, B-Real and Trae Tha Truth, an interesting mix of artists to say the least, but the beat changes up as necessary to match each artist's style.
  • What You Gone Do About It
    What You Gone Do About It
    While we await the new mixtape from the Hustle Gang crew, G.D.O.D 2, DJ Scream unleashes some new music from the posse titled "What You Gone Do About It." FKi produces the joint, with appearances from Tip, Trae Tha Truth, Spodee and Zuse. The song will end up on DJ Scream's upcoming BET Hip-Hop Awards mixtape, and possibly on the G.D.O.D 2 project as well.
  • Birds And Keys
    Birds And Keys
    It's been over a year since we've caught some new heat from Frenchie, but today he returns to HNHH triumphantly with the track "Birds And Keys." Trae Tha Truth is on hand for a guest appearance.
  • Hot Nigga (Freestyle)
    Hot Nigga (Freestyle)
    Based solely on his voice's unique character, Trae Tha Truth's freestyles over other rappers' popular songs rarely resemble those of his peers. Whereas most artists tend to alter their pitch at least once or twice over the course of a verse (or five/six times, if we're talking Young Thug), Trae stays playing lyrical limbo, keeping his voice as low to the ground as possible. 
  • I Had A Dream
    I Had A Dream
    Compton Menace has been releasing a steady stream of quality music over the past few weeks, earning reader- and editor-acclaim for his versatile lyrical content and instrumental selection. The latest heat from the California emcee comes in the form of "I Had A Dream." Drawing little from the themes of togetherness touched upon in the famous MLK speech which inspired the track's title and album artwork, the single finds both contributors flipping the concept to discuss their own dreams and, more prominently, their nightmares.
  • Try Me
    Try Me
    Just in pure terms of their respective vocal deliveries, Trae Tha Truth and Young Thug are two vastly different artists. Thugger is well-known for his tendency to push his voice to its highest-pitched reaches and experiment with unorthodox flow patterns, while Trae is like a stocky running back with his low center of gravity and workhorse, rapid-fire lyrics.
  • I See Why
    I See Why
    Today, DJs Ray G and 2AND2 released their joint tape '86-'87, which is hosted by Atlanta's own Que. Several of his tracks are featured on the tape, including the previously-unreleased "I See Why" and "Uno Dos Tres." Here's the former, which also features a verse from Trae Tha Truth.
  • That's Gangsta
    That's Gangsta
    Trick-Trick is a legend in his hometown of Detroit. The rapper is credited as giving the city its "No Fly Zone" distinction, meaning no artist is allowed to perform in the city if they do not involve themselves in the scene or its artists in some way. The last song Trick released took its name from the title he applied to the district, and served as a message to artists looking to perform in Detroit.
  • Black Out
    Black Out
    The MMG camp are back at it today, after delivering Gunplay's new street single "Aiight" yesterday, which features Rick Ross, the crew returns with Tracy T at the forefront. Tracy T connects with Hustle Gang representive Trae Tha Truh for the trap record "Black Out." 
  • Niggaz Hate
    Niggaz Hate
    This week, DJ Kay Slay dropped The Last Hip-Hop Disciple tape, featuring contributions from everyone from Gunplay to Raekwon. Of the many standout tracks, "Niggaz Hate" might be one of our favorites, thanks to a bangin' beat and great verses by Lock Smith, Jay Rock and Trae Tha Truth. Over a quick, electric guitar-driven instrumental by the gruff-voiced DJ, the motley crew of three rappers all kick wildly different verses that showcase their respective styles. 
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