Trae Tha Truth x The World’s Freshest ft. Problem & Freddie Gibbs - Wid It

Posted 2 years ago
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The World's Freshest
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The Tonite Show with Trae tha Truth

When it comes to the daily grind, there are some days when I’m on the ball and others when my mind is thousands of miles away. Trae the Truth, on the other hand, is Wid It every day of his life—and you can tell it from the thickness of his bankroll. Single numero uno off his forthcoming collaborative full-length with The World’s Freshest (formerly known as DJ Fresh), this joint sees the Houston representative chronicling his paper chase alongside a pair of fellow street mainstays. West Coast fast-riser Problem and Gary, Indiana gangster Freddie Gibbs jump on the Bay Area beatsmith’s production, an icy arrangement driven by Tubular Bells-esque arpeggios, to spit about their hustle in aggressively-flowed opening and closing 16s. The Tonite Show with Trae Tha Truth has yet to receive a drop date, but fans can still stream and download the artist’s last project, November’s I Am King, for free in the Booth.

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