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Fat Trel: Youngest Running The City Vol.1 (2009)

1.Foolio ft. Fat Trel (Produced By Da Bassheds)
2.Guess Who Back ft. Fat Trel And X.O. (Produced By Da Bassheds)
3.What R U Drinkin ft.Fat Trel And Fat Tone (Produced By Da Bassheds)
4.Trap Shit ft. Fat Trel
5.Meet tha Boyz ft. Fat Trel, Slutty Ark And Meatchi (Produced By Da Bassheds)
6.E St. Flow ft. Fat Trel and Wale
7.What U Mean ft. Fat Trel (Produced by Tthe Suspects)
8.Real Live ft. Fat Trel, Meatchi And Duece (Produced by Young Clip)
9.Freak a Melody ft. Fat Trel (Produced By Da Bassheds)
10.All Wild ft. Meatchi And Slutty P (Produced By Da Bassheds)
11.Manny PaquiLoud ft. Fat Trel And Debo (Produced By Da Bassheds)
12.Shawty Wanna Rol ft. Fat Trel (Produced By Da Bassheds)
13.E Street Baby ft. Fat Trel (Produced by Young Clip)
14.Beam Up ft. Fat Trel And Kingpen Slim
15.Benning Rd. ft. Fat Trel (Produced By Da Bassheds)
16.Lookin Ass ft.Slutty Ark, Meatchi And Slutty P (Produced By Da Bassheds)
17.Bitches on my Dick ft. Fat Trel And King Swagg (Produced By Da Bassheds)
18.W on my Fitted ft. Fat Trel And Slutty Ark

Fat Trel: No Secrets (2010)

1. No Secrets
2. Trapping Like a Fool
3. Deep Thought
4. Cold Blood
5. Freak a Melody (Featuring Wale)
6. Cremate Em
7. Just My Kind Girl
8. U Playing
9. Fame & Fortune Featuring
10. Trel Got Em Laughing
11. Patron in My Cup (Featuring Meatchi)
12. Making G's
13. Champagne Wishes
14. Everybody Laughing
15. U Don't Know Me
16. Throw it Up (Featuring Raheem Devaughn)

Fat Trel April Foolz (2011)

3.I GET DOUGH prod by Basshedz
4.RESPECT WITH THE TECH prod by Lex Luger
5.ANGEL pod by the Basshedz
6.GOING CRAZY ft Raheem Devaugh
8.TOKYO SPINACH rpod by B Marz
9.TRILL BITCH prod by Basshedz and P
10.BALL GAME ft Meatchi
11.ALL KRAZY ft Dew Baby
12.HYENAS prod the Basshedz & P
13.HONEY IM HOME ft L Fame
14.DOPEHOUSE ft JR Writer prod by P
16.I DEW ft Young Moe prod by Jones Shorty
18.ROUNDS ft Chris Bo prod by Big Moon
19.LIVE MY LIFE prod by J cole
20.YALL NIGGAS AINT REAL prod by Basshedz P



Fat Trel is Washington D.C.’s next best rapper to grab the music industry’s attention. His sound
is so street, so thug, and too raw. His gritty lyrics are honest, and he successfully delivers gritty,
pulverizing flows with no remorse and with no apologies. Many have declared him as, “D.C.’s
Gucci Mane,” because of his ability to combine street realities with humor and entertainment.
Plus, he owns D.C.’s club scene. A true performer, his demanding stage presence, confidence,
and swag define his live performances that set him apart from other artists. In fact, it was this star
quality that caused D.C. hip-hop pioneer, Wale, to take notice. People love his music and so far,
fans from Las Vegas to London have latched onto Fat Trel’s movement.
After an infectious response to his highly acclaimed mixtapes, Noska Muzik (2009) andYoungest Running the City Vol. 1 (2010), his following grew. With the release of No Secretz
(2010) the streets started to further watch and remember his lyrics; singles flood the streets.
April Foolz (2011) Became a Top 8 featured mixtape of Datpiff.com for the most, views and
downloads for the week. Features and productions coming from J. Cole, Dipset’s JR Writer, Lex
Luger, Basshedz and others.
His audience includes elementary school kids to adults in the workplace, from the city to the
suburbs. He’s remained consistent performing at local clubs and venues. His most notable
accomplishment to date is a toss up: being played on Washington D.C. radio stations and
opening up for Wale at live shows.
13 years ago while in 3rd grade he wrote his first rap. His mom noticed his passion and interest
in rappers and told him to write a song about his neighborhood. It was at that moment, at 7 years
old, and after writing 3 verses and a hook, Fat Trel’s grind began. His infamous grind is self
described as, “aggressive and non stop. We take no days off.”
5 years ago, at age 15, he walked out of Largo High School’s doors and never returned, but this
was the same year he met his manager and first inspiration Kari Gold, or P, of the Basshedz.
P helped Fat Trel realize his special talent and once they showcased it to the community, his
audiences felt the same way. His life took a dramatic turn when he got shot. It was at that
moment he realized how soon everything could be taken away in just one moment. Fat Trel is
humbled by his new found success. Fat Trel plans to ink a major record label deal by the close of
the year. Starring on MTV2’s Sucker Free Sunday with DJ Envy and performing live for Fader
Magazine’s Uncapped Live Vitamin Water annual concert tour in Washington D.C., has papers
ready for his signature on the dotted line.