Music By Fru (Fellow Rebellious Underdog)
COLDEST DAYS IN 20 YEARS
I would guess the title is self explanatory right but in today's era you have to troll hard for clicks. Well I'm not cut out for that so here are 10 Songs I put together based on my experiences in the last 20 Years of my life. Read More!!
CATCH ME NOW LP
Maryland Rapper Fru goes even deeper on his fifth studio project, a 13 track album entitled "Catch Me Now" as he takes us on a ride conceptually. The Album is produced almost entirely by the New Carrollton MD beatmaker @Jrobonthetrack. The Project features guest appearances from Deborah J, YLie, SmCity, Chris D and Napoleon da Legend. The DMV Rapper offers a concentrated dose of his usual fare: complex lyrical raps, some melodic experimental tunes and a list of grievances.
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I had some thoughts, I had some experiences and I wrote about it in this 10 track LP Album. From the hardships we face as black men in the US including police brutality to the pitfalls of growing up in impoverished neighborhoods. "Hopeless Options Positive Energy" was made to uplift our spirits especially during these hard times. Read More!!
I'M GOING BACK VOL.1 MIXTAPE (HOSTED BY DJ SUPERSTAR JAY)
Maryland Rapper Fru (fellow rebellious underdog) releases his long awaited mixtape hosted by Superstar Jay which features the singles "Nobody Gon' Change Me", "Rico" and "Flyin' high". This Project consist of emotions Fru expressed in some dysfunctional relationships he had while pursuing his music career over 70's soul music like Marvin Gaye's "Flying high in the friendly sky". Fru goes in depth about failed intimate relations to poverty and paranoia coming up in the washington metropolitan area. Read More!!
THIS BOY'S LIFE LP
This Album was recorded in Bless Studio, in a 2 bedroom apartment in Greenbelt MD. It is definitely Fru's most raw and uncut project as well as his first. With tales of street life, frustration and extreme poverty. The Album is filled with heavy emotion and detailed encounters in the life of a young black man who felt left out and sort of an outcast. Fru expresses himself wholeheartedly for the first time in his life so much that you might as well call it a therapy session going bad. Read More!!