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Mixtape: Yella Beezy & Trapboy Freddy - I'm My Brother's Keeper

Dallas rappers Yella Beezy and Trapboy Freddy are kindred spirits, connected by their shared hometown, drawly bars, and raw authenticity. Combining their complementary sensibilities for a full-length project, Yella and Freddy share verses on I'm My Brother’s Keeper, a new mixtape.

‪Spanning 13 tracks, the mixtape springs from the rich Texas trap tradition, alternating between bass-boosted strip club bangers like "Throw Them Dollas," aggressive street anthems like "Ride," and come-up tales like "Raccs."‬ ‪Along with the release, Yella Beezy and Trapboy Freddy prepare to drop the music video for "Raccs," the mixtape's opening track. Produced by Monsta Beatz, "Raccs" is a classic-style Dirty South riders anthem, as both emcees unleash breakneck bars about their ever-increasing bankrolls. Directed by Jeff Adair, the video draws a contrast between the rappers’ early lives in Oak Cliff with their glamorous present--but no matter how far they go, they’ll always have time for their old neighborhood. Look for "Raccs" to release at 3pm ET/12pm PT on WorldstarHipHop's YouTube channel.‬ ‪Throughout the project, the two rappers exhibit an electric chemistry, playfully trading verses atop hard-hitting instrumentals from Monsta Beatz and others. The first full-length collaboration by the duo that previously connected for Yella Beezy's "That's On Me" (Remix), I’m My Brother's Keeper is available to stream everywhere via HITCO/300 Ent.‬





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