This may come as a surprise to some of our readers, but Fat Trel isn’t overly fond of law enforcement agents. What could possibly have inspired his ill will? Well, as he explains on freshly-released street single F*kk Da Feds, those G-men just can’t seem to leave the DMV spitter and his money alone. Lex Luger turns in a Lex Lugerish performance on the production tip (Come on, y’all know what his beats sound like.) and Russian Roulette collaborator and Interscope signee Chief Keef assists on the mic, expressing his own distaste for nosy, badge-flashing nuisances in a gritty guest 16. If you’re in agreement with the collaborators’ sentiments, you can expect more cop-hatin’, whip-ready selections on the artist’s forthcoming project, which has yet to receive a title or release date.
Written by richard on 08/21/12
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