In the past two weeks, Meek Mill has dropped two tracks with a guy named Tdot illdude. And with those two tracks, illdude, who's from New Jersey and not Toronto, is officially on our radar. His is the first voice to appear on Meek's new EP, 4/4 Part 2, which dropped minutes after Drake played his new single, "Summer Sixteen," on OVO Sound Radio.
On "Fa Sho," Tdot rocks the hook as he did on "Problem," but this time, there's even more raging energy in his singing voice. He goes up an octave to finish with all his might, and the stage is already set for a burst of explosive raps from Meek. The beat also helps to set the scene, as little-known producer Mando Fresh, also from Jersey, lays pulsing waves of bass over a chilling piano melody. The track got Meek's surprise EP off to a thrilling start. After both 4/4's, perhaps the streets are finally ready for Dreamchasers 4.
I keep my bitch in Celine, that's fa sho
I keep my bitch in Vera Wang, that's fa sho
I keep my hittas on the plane, that's fa sho
And the streets know my name, that's fa sho, sho
- Tdot illdude