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Recently Fat Meech delivered the streets a new single titled, “Dirty Scale.” The single is the most recent in a slew of hits by the South Central based rapper, who has continued to deliver song after song for the fans amidst a worldwide pandemic.
“Dirty Scale has a lot of harmonizing and doo-wop on the track. It’s about me coming up off hustling in the streets – I don’t care if you used a scale or if you were seamstress, it’s about making something out of nothing. I really had nothing, I had my own marketing and my own hustles and grind and I think people should be able to relate to that. I was lost at one point but I don’t want to lose that feeling and feel like; What am I going to do tomorrow? I’m focused on music and hustling”
Having had success on over 50 websites across the globe in recent weeks, Fat Meech is gaining the attention of the media after turning away from the streets. Now a star in the making and known through out the small world of Hip-Hop by the likes of Blueface and others, this LA talent has a story to sing and he’s getting A LOT of ears.
“Music gives me more a direction and makes me think more about taking entertainment seriously as a profession. It’s motivation to see people tapping in with me,” Fat Meech said. “I keep getting the whole West Coast Rod Wave thing. I’m like where are y’all getting this from?! I fuck with Rod Wave, it’s a real positive thing to me because it’s like I’m trying to do that. Big shout out to DJ Hed at 92.3 for shouting me out during the Rod Wave interview. But yeah it’s crazy to get this kind of response and I truly appreciate the love the streets have shown me.”
Not only has Fat Meech been giving the fans music, but Fat Meech has also been finding ways to give back to the less fortunate in this time of need. Posted up with his his fiancé , Fat Meech and his wife to be clearly have fun on social media playing with the Meech’s followers and engaging with fans.
“To me someone who always wants to be better, they are always going to outshine the competition, because when you’re sleeping, I’m out with the flyers and trying to do what I can to build my brand. I’m hitting schools, throwing out my own money to gain fans and to show love back and to set myself apart from everyone else.I’m not backed by any label, that’s me! I’m trying to be better than basic and I show my life to my fans. When you really gain fans in real life, that really impact’s the algorithms online. I don’t want to forget what it’s like to be lost, so I hustle. To me I don’t ever want to lose that feeling of having that hunger to hustle. Even if you’re sitting on $1 million, you gonna be trying to get to that $10 million,” Fat Meech said.
Today Breadhouse Rekords rapper Gerb the Point Guard preps his new album Out On Bond with a new visual for fans despite remaining on house arrest. Supported by his new single “New 2 Me,” the Florida bred rapper is out on bond while he continues to fight a legal case within the Florida legal system.
“It’s just a record about how gettin money and doin thangs ain’t really New 2 Me just like the song says, I kinda been doin that just under the radar and really ain’t had the chance to make it too big. But, the area I’m from, everybody know me, lot of big time artists know me, it’s just under the radar for now” Gerb the Point Guard said.
Hoping to give Hip-Hop and Rap fans an update on his case and insights into his situation Gerb has put all his effort into his music and recording. He’s sober, he’s on house arrest and he’s focused on finding a way to persevere, no matter if it’s the streets or the Coronavirus in his way.
“I basically want to give everyone the inside on what I got going on with my situation, I was arrested about 6 months ago on some charges and I was finally able to get a bond on my case. I got out so I got a little window and I’m not sure how the situation is going to work out so, I’m just putting all my work and effort into my music in my free time right now and basically I want to get the word out about what I got going on and what I had going on before I got into situation.”
Now pushing his movement through his own record label called, Breadhouse Rekords, Gerb the Point Guard has also been working on developing younger talent on his label.
“Breadhouse Rekords is a kind of a switch over from the FinesseGang thing and before I ran into my situation I was helping push a bunch of young artist come up. I’m just pushing my new stuff now ever since I was released and I’m just recording and working from home like everyone else during this time” Gerb the Point Guard said.
Never to be discouraged by a situation, Gerb says that he will continue to release music and visuals over the next few months.
“The case may drag a few years with pre-trial cases and I’m on ankle monitor so I can’t really go too many places or do too many things right now, but I’m dropping music and visuals all through Spring to keep the fans happy.”
Recently Dallas, Texas rapper Fat Yunginn and Cash Money Records are happy to announce the Pleasant Grove rapper’s signing to their iconic rap label. Pictured above with Birdman and Ronald “Slim” Williams, this young upstart…
Recently Dallas, Texas rapper Fat Yunginnand Cash Money Records are happy to announce the Pleasant Grove rapper’s signing to their iconic rap label. Pictured above with Birdmanand Ronald “Slim” Williams, this young upstart has officially inked a deal with one of the most iconic Hip-Hop/Rap labels in the history of music.
First getting notoriety for his song “Sack Up” in 2016, Fat Yunginn says he always wanted to sign with Cash Money Records and that it’s a “perfect match.”
“I grew up off Cash Money, I grew up listening to them. I ain’t gonna lie I always wanted to be on Cash Money and I always wanted to sign with them. I don’t really go off what other people say or what they do and say about Cash Money. Birdman came up talking about he was the #1 Stunna and if you listen to my flow you can hear my ooh flow fits with this brand. Sack Season / Cash Money Records. It’s a perfect match.”
Raised in Dallas’ Pleasant Grove, Fat Yunginn drew inspiration from his father’s passing and from there began to take off on the strip club scene in Dallas.
“I’m from Dallas Texas, from a hood out there called Pleasant Grove. I started doing music once my Pops passed away and I just took to music and it was just going up from there. Once I dropped Sack Up it went crazy in the strip clubs and so after that I started taking it more seriously. One night I went in the strip club and tipped a couple of females and this big DJ in Dallas named DJ Hit That began spinning it. It took off from there and I did my first paid show off that song,” Fat Yunginn said. “As far as Dallas and the surrounding areas I was able to perform Sack Up out there and I was able to build up my brand. We’re called Sack Season Ent, but we call ourselves Sack Babies. Anything that has to do with a sack of money we about that. Thats basically how they know me around here.”
Going forward Fat Younginnis preparing for the release of his next single called, “Show My Ass” featuring fellow Dallas rapper YellaBeezy.
“I got another song called Show My Assthats another club banger with YellaBeezy and we gonna release that one through Cash Money. I got the visual for my next track, it’s just to get my sound out there a little more and my ooh flow. Its my ad lib you can hear in a lot of my songs. Then I have another with Rylo Rodriguez and another one with Euro Gotti. I got a lot of unreleased music I can’t wait for the fans to hear it,” he added. “I can get in there and start from scratch, the ooo flow, I have fun in the studio. When I came up with the ooh flow I was just playing around people have just been gravitating towards it.”
Recently Mississippi rapper Trap Main released the video for his new song, “First Day Out.” The song is his first release after being incarcerated for over two years for a crime he fought and took to trial. Trap Main was held against his will but eventually appealed a 30 year sentence and was released. Through it all Trap Main was supported in prison by a “Free Trap” campaign that continued to gain steam until his release recently.
Now Trap Main is coming back with a vengeance and his new single “First Day Out,” a tribute to his fans that continued to support him while he was locked up. Releasing two projects while in jail titled, Born in the Trap and Free Trap, the buzz has continued since his release to unanticipated levels.
“The Free Trap campaign was crazy, like they supported me from time I went to jail to still now. It’s love, the streets fuck with me, I really got the streets. I was a young nigga when I started rapping at like 21 and got locked up when I was 25, so I kind of missed two years of my life. But now I’m 27 and I’m just on the come up to make up for lost time,” Trap Main said.
In addition to his support in the streets, Trap Main has earned support on local Jackson, Mississippi radio stations WJMI, 99.7 Jams and WRBJ 97.7, The Beat of the Capital.
“First Day Out is for the fans who supported me while I was locked up. I was locked up 2 years, I was facing 30 years and came back on an appeal. Nigga stayed solid – stuck to da G Code. I just want to keep going and taking it to the highest level I can take it. Staying safe is big because you know rappers are targets. But from there, just take care of my family. Keep some loyal ones around and try to elevate.”
Heavily influenced by losing his cousin and a close collaborator Lil Lonnie, Trap Main is inspired daily by having lost a host of loved ones that were around him in his early 20’s. There’s no question Trap Main feels blessed to be alive and he’s focused on a greater purpose – his music.
“I got shot two times in the arm when I was 20 years old – i been through the worst of the worst , I could have been dead. My cousin died at 22, I got shot at 20, so I’m just blessed to be alive,” Trap Main explained. “I was locked up when my partner Lil Lonnie died that was a major loss to a lot of people and it still don’t feel real.”