It's been almost two years since Raz Fresco dropped his excellent album, Pablo Frescobar, which was among our top projects of 2015. That project was supported with a string of dope music videos, including the Tre Mission-assisted "Swervin' In Bape." Now the Brampton emcee is about to drop a new project, and it's wasting any time releasing some visual treatments to go along with it.
"Honey Brown/Money Brown" was produced by Mike Haze and is the lead single from Fresco's upcoming album HUSTLE—which is actually an acronym for How U Survive Through Life Everyday. Over a distorted bass-heavy beat, Raz flexes his rapid fire flow while spitting about the brown hundreds on his mind and the brown liquor in his cup while referencing both Eric B. & Rakim's "Paid In Full" and Biggie's "Gimme The Loot."
HUSTLE doesn't have a release date but Fresco did tell Noisey that people can expect "a collection of songs that for the most part just deal with life and the everyday struggle but through my personal eyes and experiences."
Peep the RodZIlla-directed video for "Honey Brown/Money Brown" here and stay tuned for a release date for HUSTLE.