We haven't heard a whole lot of music from Joey Fatts in recent times, although he linked up with DJ Nick for "Walk Em Down" off of The Big Payback. Prior to that, the last thing we heard from him was his collaboration with Dave East on the upgraded version of "U-Haul." Today, he premieres his new track "Double Up" on HotNewHipHop.
Joey Fatts is back with his latest track, "Double Up" featuring Freddie Gibbs and Stalley. Joey Fatts taps Coopatroop and DocUNO for the song's production. Joey Fatts opens up the track with vivid bars about the streets before he hands it over to Stalley for the second verse. Stalley goes off in a way that we haven't really heard before. Of course, Gangsta Gibbs closes out the verse with a stand-out verse.
"Freddie Gibbs is great to work with. I used to listen to Stalley in high school so it's dope to finally get a record with him." Fatts told HNHH, "My Against All Odds EP is releasing in August and will feature Vince Staples, Cozz, and a slew of other artists."
Often times it's easy to dictate who had the hardest verse on a track but on "Double Up," Joey Fatts, Gibbs and Stalley hold their own.
Gotta keep a 40, gotta keep a Tek
For these pussy n**gas on they PMS
Rain from the gauge, leave 'em wet
Flesh of my flesh, DMX