New: Fat Trel x Young Moe – Bitchez Started Klokkin (Prod. Big K.R.I.T) | Music

 

After the recent release of Fat Trel’s April Foolz mixtape, Fat Trel teams up with Young Moe to go in on a beat that was produced by Big K.R.I.T.

Check it out and “Nightmare on E Street” coming soon.

Follow @FatTrel and @Young_moe93 on Twitter

Download: http://hulkshare.com/6boqb2hl1ivi

Premiere: Young Moe – What If [Directed by 1st Impressions] | Video

New video from CME artist Young Moe.
This video follows his premiere video “I Dew” which featured label mate DC’s number one Fat Fool Fat Trel.
Young Moe, VA native, is in the middle of working on his 2 project, but 1st released under CME.

Exclusive: Fat Trel x KayeM x Meatchi – You Know [In Studio] | Video

In studio footage. Fat Trel, KayeM and Meatchi “You Know”

Shoutout to the hommie Delonte West chillin in the stu and the beautiful Simone of CME on the vocals.

Young Moe – I Dew [ft. FatTrel] | Video

New from CME artist Young Moe featuring Fat Trel – I Dew

Video shot by 1st Impressions Studio

FatTrel Interview with The Fader Mag | Feature

Like every story, most cities have two sides. Nowhere 
is this more apparent than in our nation’s capitol and its surrounding ’burbs, where the line between the rich and poor is at its most rigid. This divide extends to the hip-hop community where Wale and Tabi Bonney have made national inroads with their brand of upwardly-mobile rap, while the city’s street scene has yet to produce a significant local hero. There, go-go still reigns as the dominant local music, and gentrification fragments any semblance of a gangsta rap scene. But it’s this chaos that birthed Fat Trel, an undeniable talent who could very well grow to be the city’s own brash and hedonistic d-boy champion—if not a more multifaceted rap hero. “I want the [DC area] to know that they got a voice from the street side,” Trel says. “I want to motivate the thugs.”

Twenty-year-old Fat Trel bears all the signposts of a Northeast DC native, slurring hard “ar”s into “urrs” (“urrybody”) and donning the archetypical uniform—dread-headed and in a North Face jacket (if not completely shirtless). When he rhymes he does so with a singular focus reminiscent of “the greats,” his piercing green eyes deaden and his whole body becomes a vessel for his calculated blur of words. If your man got grams, my goons gonna eat/ Run up in the trap smack him out with the heat/ Leave his brains on the bed and his clothes on the street/ Give him concrete feet. But his meditation is strangely contagious. “Everybody says, ‘Listening to Fat Trel make me wanna smack a nigga,’” he says. “My attitude and my performance make you want to knock a nigga out then make you want to go grab your bitch and fuck her in the bathroom at the club. That’s what I do.”

Read more: http://www.thefader.com/2011/07/07/gen-f-fat-trel/#ixzz1RRtPWyuS

New: Fat Trel – Nightmare on E St. | Trailer

Check out @FatTrel and @BossaDaShoota in the drop top Bently. Video directed by @BlaQstar91

Fat Trel has been on major moves recently with CME. Shoutout to Basshed E and Trel’s Manager P.

New: Fat Trel – Rollin’ | Music

 Download: http://hulkshare.com/2oqaaf0kzfdr

Call and request Fat Trel “Rollin” on 93.9 WKYS Listener Request Line: 202-432-9597

This track is a hit. Summer time banger, catchy hook, dope beat… and of course Fat Trel with his witty lyrics. How many ways will Trel tell us he’s “Rollin”? Make sure you download his latest mixtape April Foolz.

Follow him on Twitter @FatTrel