Have you heard the expression “You scratch my back and I’ll scratch yours”? For Trae The Truth and Future, it’s not just an expression, but rather words they live by. Last week, Future released visuals for his Long Live The Pimp street single, which features a guest spot from Trae. Returning that favor, Trae has invited Future to join him on his own new street single, the H-Town patented Screwed Up. Considering how well their two differing styles compliment one other, it wouldn’t surprise me to see the artists record more material together in the near future. The ABN veteran showcases a gritty, accelerated flow, which sounds even deeper and harder hitting when accentuated by Future’s heavily Auto-Tuned performance. Screwed Up is a loosie, and doesn’t currently belong to a larger project, but I am sure we will see one, if not both, of these artists reach the DJBooth sometime again in the near future.
Written by Lucas G. on 02/13/13
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