Fat Trel Drops "Finally Free" Mixtape Featuring Rick Ross, Yowda & More

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Fat Trel returns with his new project "Finally Free."

The past year and a bit hasn't been the most favorable for Fat Trel. The rapper was locked up for the majority of 2017, although the reasons behind his sentence are still relatively unclear. Thankfully, he was released in September of 2017 and the rapper seemed ready to get back in the game immediately after. A few days after his release, the rapper shared his single "First Day Out (Fuck 12)" and continued to release a lot more loose singles. Today, the rapper celebrates his freedom with his first mixtape since his release, Finally Free.

Fat Trel is back with his latest project, Finally Free. The rapper's latest body of work runs 17 songs deep. It's no shock that the rapper tapped his MMG boss Rick Ross for a feature on the project. In addition to Rozay, Trel also grabbed Yowda, Scrilla, Tazzy, 3ohBlack, Ant Glizzy and Kenny Sway. As far as production goes, Trel grabs YB On The Beat, Yung Clip, Crank Shop, Yung Lan and more. Check out Fat Trel's new mixtape as well as his episode of HNHH Freestyle Sessions below. 

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