Toronto has proven to be a hotbed of undiscovered rap talent. As the scene continues to grow, the spotlight on the city has opened the door for up-and-coming artists like rapper Fatman.
Featured on OVO radio, Fatman is currently in the studio working on his follow-up EP to Project FA, a nine-song album featuring production from King Mezzy, Supreme, Darius, and Shamgod Beatz, with hosting by HoodrichKeem. However, in the meantime, the rapper decided to let loose a new single for fans.
The track, a grind mode anthem titled “Brown Hunnids,” features Atlanta’s 1017 Eskimo Records artist Hoodrich Pablo Juan. Juan was recently featured on Gucci Mane’s latest single with Yung Mal called “Yeah Yeah“.
Produced by Shamgod Beatz, “Brown Hunnids” is a song about getting money and bossing up by any means necessary- a message anyone can relate to. The title is a description of Canada’s one hundred dollar bill, which is brown and features former prime minister Sir Robert Borden.
Listen to “Brown Hunnids” above, and be on the lookout for Fatman’s upcoming EP in the coming months.
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