Young Moe released a new song this weekend called "Feel This Pain." Over a Chipmunk soul beat from Red Hook Noodles, Moe speaks about the street life with a maturity that belies the fact that he is merely 20 years old. He begins the song by suggesting that going to jail was a wake up call that allowed him to focus on his priorities. "Rapping was a talent so I used it," Moe says, outlining his journey down a path that can hopefully lead to success and prosperity for the Virginia native. The storytelling is extremely detailed, enhanced by the fact that he refuses to sugarcoat any aspect of his past.

Having released Humble Hustle 2 this past summer, Moe is hard at work on the third installment of his mixtape series. The last project had appearances from Freeway, Chief Keef, and fellow DMV representative Fat Trel.

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