Yesterday MMG's Fat Trel came through with his new mixtape, Georgetown, a much more PG name and artwork than his last effort, GLEESH, which spurred some controversy. The project contains sixteen records, with contributions coming from Fetty Wap, Troy Ave, Young Chop, Rick Ross x 2, Wale, 808 Mafia, Beat Billionaire and more.
Trel is a surprisingly versatile artist, he can go from the slurred up trap sound to a more soulful, classic hip-hop sound, like he has on "BRRRR." With production provided by Cool And Dre, his fellow MMG artists Wale and Rozay join him on the stand-out cut off Georgetown.
Cop the mixtape here.
Niggas show you pistols before they could show you love
Miss me with that dissin', that issue could get resolved
Double M that been my clique, and Ambition ain't just a song