True East - The Fault
The Fault True East
True East shows off clever, perceptive lyricism with "The Fault."
True East made The Heatseekers with the track, "The Fault," which showcases a winding moralism with a subtlety rare to Hip-Hop. Not to paint him as anything other than dope though, this track has a stylish production provided by Canis Major and True East's skills behind the mic are impressive.
Lyrical rap seems to be on the comeback and True East is an emerging artist indicative of that trend. The song has a powerful message delivered with passionate intensity.
The song will be featured on his #PorTraits mixtape which will come out this month. Don't miss him before he blows up. Follow him on twitter @True_East_.
"A nigga wrote this track up on the toway/ I guess I'm back up to my old way/ At least that's what my hoe say/ Whenever go back to old days/ Chillin' off sippin' Kool-Aid/Low-laid, wearing the dope breads I hid like Rogaine/