ABN - Who’s The Man

Posted 8 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Big Tyme
Album:
It Is What It Is

When Z-Ro the Crooked and Trae the Truth (then known for being a part of Houston group, Guerilla Maab) first signed with Rap-A-Lot Records, Southern hip hop fans were ecstatic that the two MCs would reunite to make music together.  Two years later, the fans’ wishes are Rap-A-Lot‘s command; on July 15, the cousins, bearing the name of Trae’s ABN click, will release the aptly-titled collabo album, It Is What It Is.  On Who’s The Man, Z-Ro and Trae remind listeners once again about their street certification and their brand of rap, which in Ro’s words is, “why I’m never gettin’ on BET.”  Set to Big Tyme‘s smooth instrumental (for those taking notes, the sample is of Lil’ KeKe‘s classic Pimp tha Pen), Who’s The Man should no doubt satisfy some starved Southern fans.

ABN (Trae & Z-Ro) Z-Ro Trae The Truth

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