Fredo Santana links up with Kendrick Lamar for his new song "Jealous."
The record is produced by Tarentino of the Southern syndicate 808 Mafia, which also houses beat makers like Lex Luger, Southside and TM88. Kendrick starts it off by paying homage to Fredo's hometown, ripping his verse like he's known to do. "If you know me then you know Chi-town like my second home/I done flew a private jet for some Harold's Chicken straight from Rome," he raps in an altered voice. We wonder how Church's Chicken feels about that lyric.
Fredo gets his own licks in as he stunts on the competition and references a Drake mantra at the same time. "I come from that very very bottom/Now I'm getting money and I'm seeing stardom," he raps with a nonchalant demeanor. Between this and Fredo's "No Hook," the Chicago MC is definitely upping his game.
Originally scheduled for release today, Fredo's Trappin Ain’t Dead is coming soon.
I'm sorry my album not droppin I'm waitin on iTunes but until then I'm leaking a record turn up— FREDO SANTANA (@FREDOSANTANA300) October 31, 2013
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