Pittsburgh's Hardo has returned for the first time since April's TrapNFever mixtape, and he's come through with a huge new record featuring his fellow Pennsylvania native Meek Mill. The song, "Love Foreal," is off Hardo's upcoming 92 OG album, and it's produced by The MeKanics.
"Love Foreal" begins with Meek Mill asking a couple of rhetorical questions about staying real. He segues into a freestyle as a lush soul sample is barely audible in the background. The production steadily builds and comes to life right as Meek starts to hit his stride. What follows is a cinematic portrait of what it takes to come from nothing and realize one's dreams. Meek sets the bar awfully high, but Hardo doesn't disappoint with his verses that ensue.
Download TrapNFever here, and stay on the lookout for 92 OG.
And I remain, still the same, but it's my fault too
Cuz I showed n*ggas the light when it was dark too
Which mean and I let 'em skip the beginning, and start new
Just like I did, and they say if you ain't earn it, you gon' probably burn it
And I seen n*ggas take the money over higher learning