It shouldn’t take long for the latest, Fat Trel-central installment of the “Hunger Pains” docu-series to grab you: “We would just wake up to dead bodies outside the crib. Like every morning, you feel me?” Trel pulls no punches and polishes no details as he recollects his rough DC childhood. A video this personal and candid has the power to hook people on an artist before even hearing his music; shouts to Trel and a Space Camp Productions for putting in such a crisp, honest effort.
The “Hunger Pains” series was recorded to promote DJ Scream‘s upcoming album of the same name. Last week featured Tracy T.
As a bonus, check out these exclusive shots of Trel and Scream, above and below, respectively.
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