With the song releases leading up to his Black Print street album, Trae Tha Truth has taken it upon himself to emphasize some of the basic, well, truths that make him who he is. Choppa Talk found the Southern emcee assuring listeners that he is, in fact, the man, and I’m From Texas... yeah, you can probably guess what that one was about. On the latest song release, I Do This, the Southern rhymesayer continues this trend, letting the world know that he’s a doer of great deeds, not just a big talker. Over the J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League‘s booming choral beat, the H-Town native trades aggressive bars with fellow man of action T.I., Khaled contributes some characteristically hoarse ad-libs, and Rico Love reprises his chorus from Wale and Meek Mill’s Actin’ Up. Black Print is available digitally as of today, August 29. Khaled’s Kiss the Ring is available now in stores and online, and fans can keep it locked for the latest on Tip’s yet-unscheduled Trouble Man LP.
Written by richard on 08/29/12
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