This one feels like classic D.C.
In the midst of the city’s own Hip-Hop renaissance, artists within the ‘Nation’s Capital’ and surrounding areas have been allowing in influences from other cities like Atlanta — diluting D.C.’s sound. It’s why Fatz Da Big Fella‘s 2016 release This Is It was so important to the local culture: it provided a progression of music without losing it’s own DNA (another reason why this project shouldn’t be his last!).
With that said, Fatz continues the album’s momentum with a new visual for “Trap House,” one of its hardest-hitting cuts that sees production from The Directors and features fellow District legends Anwan “Big G” Glover (aka Slim Charles from The Wire) and Girard St. Garvey. With Big G on the hook, Fatz and Garvey obliterate the track with prison bars about all facets of street life.
Enjoy the visual for “Trap House” below and pick up/stream This Is It here. Also included for added measure: a heartfelt clip for the Reesa Renee-assisted track “The Feeling.”
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