Fashawn & Exile Add Busta Rhymes To Their Sound, Getting Trunks To Rattle (Audio)

Between Boy Meets World and The Ecology (February 24), Fashawn experimented with an array of sounds and styles. The Black Bart Simpson came from a place where not just introspective or personal raps were the method.

With DJ Exile still right beside him, The Ecology embraces this dichotomy. “Out The Trunk” is just that. Influenced by the Hip-House and Jeep music eras of the late ’80s and early ’90s, this is car music. Fash’ states the Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock inspiration within his words on a pepped-up record that enjoys loud Rap, upward mobility, and traveling around.

Busta Rhymes, whose sampled for the chorus (a similar production approach used by Fashawn’s peers Kidz In The Hall and Cool Kids), is credited as a featured guest—though no verse is there… yet, anyway.

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