The Staten Island-Brooklyn connection of The Truth & Frank B. are gearing up to release their debut collaborative album, 'BadFellas', later this month. And to kick things off, they're sharing the hard-hitting lead single, "That's It", that features speaker-knocking production and cuts from DJ Qvali.
The track embodies the fuck-you-respect-me spirit of Tommy DeVito, the super-charged "Goodfellas" character portrayed by the legendary Joe Pesci. In addition to featuring samples from one of the classic movie's greatest scenes, "That's It" captures that energy through The Truth & Frank B.'s raw lyricism—and that's exactly what this duo of gifted Italian-Americans set out to create with this project.
The two emcees wanted to both pay homage to and build upon the idea of creating something "that's very Italian, but bigger" like Scorsese and Puzo before them. This track, and the rest of 'BadFellas', serves as a "commentary on an era, a voice of a generation and a multi-faceted exposition of the fabric that makes up a culture."
Check out the visuals and head over to your preferred streaming platform to support. 'BadFellas' drops next Friday, May 28 through all major DSPs!!!
- Lil Mo Mozzerella (Intro)
- BadFellas [Produced by Gennessee]
- FU Pay Me [Produced by Kidmal]
- Paint Houses featuring Bobby J From Rockaway [Produced by Max Perry]
- Funny How? [Produced by Buckroll]
- Code Red featuring Cold Sholda [Produced by Vinny McBeth]
- Caruso [Produced by Vinny McBeth]
- My Cousin [Produced by DJ Z The Kingpin]
- That's It [Produced by DJ Qvali]