So, Fat Tony is apparently into furry sex these days." - Noisey 

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~ “No More” (Prod. by iLL FADED) ~
[Fat Tony]
She don’t wanna freak no mo’
Don’t wanna bang, bang, skeet, skeet, no mo’
Said she don’t wanna see me no mo’
When I’m leaving she said, “please don’t go”
No mo’

I ain’t Scooby or Shaggy
But my boo a mystery
Used to give a kiss to me
But all of that is history
She don’t wanna be with me
But she wanna meet with me
Yeah, we do it frequently
But we do it secretly

I got slapped in the face
Grabbed at her waist
Then she put her ass on a plate
Had to have a taste
Crashed at her place
Woke up the next day still fighting
Crazy as cat shit but it’s exciting
Don’t wanna have me over
But she’s still inviting
Don’t wanna see me
But she still be Skyping
We go toe to toe like Clash of the Titans
Or when the Mongolians mashed on the Vikings
We used to kick back in the back row of the movies
And would never see the whole show
Used to hold hands and would never wanna let go
But as a grown man
I can’t fuck with this bitch though!
She met every one of my kinfolk
Almost got her pregnant like Bristol
Never caught me with a thong like Sisqo
Even when she bust in like a kick doe!

She don’t wanna freak no mo’
Don’t wanna bang, bang, skeet, skeet, no mo’
Said she don’t wanna see me no mo’
When I’m leaving she said, “please don’t go”
No mo’

I be like, “no, no, no, no, no”
She be like, “yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah”
Then she throw me on the floor
And tell me to pull her hair
Got me twisted like Keith Sweat
But I can’t jet when you in that dress
Looking like a JET Beauty of the Week
Ain’t SWV but my knees get weak
Don’t speak, but I ain’t Gwen
While you walk around
Talking ‘bout how you hate men
Wanna see me down and out in the state pen
Why you tell Jen I’m wildin out tryna break in?
Lying on the floor but she know that you’re faking
Taking all of my time
But I really, really can’t get you out of my mind
While you yelling, “boy, why don’t you leave me?”
Believe me, babe, it ain’t that easy

She don’t wanna freak no mo’
Don’t wanna bang, bang, skeet, skeet, no mo’
Said she don’t wanna see me no mo’
When I’m leaving she said, “please don’t go”
No mo’

I ain’t Scooby or Shaggy
But my boo a mystery
Used to give a kiss to me
But all of that is history
She don’t wanna be with me
But she wanna meet with me
Yeah, we do it frequently
But we do it secretly

[Buckamore]
I’ve been waiting forever, babe
Where do we go from here?

[Fat Tony]
Like Michael Jack, I was feeling bad
What we had was in the bag
You came to my pad to talk about the past
And how we couldn’t last
Now my house is trashed
In the aftermath on that night
She was out of my life
Can’t lie, you know I felt too good
Two years, didn’t see her, didn’t need to
Like Stella, I was getting my groove on
Had two on me, on the couch and the futon
Yesterday at a show in Tucson
Just left sound check, bout to grub down (mic check 1, 2)
I heard a laugh that was so familiar
Saw her with a little boy in a 4-Wheeler
Chopped it up bout her new boo
What we been through, what I’m into (how ya been?)
Took a walk to the venue
Talked about love, it ain’t simple
What we didn’t do was never meant to
There’s no me and you
But between me and you
It’s good seeing you

“BKNY (Remix)" premiered today by Noisey! Produced by Tom Cruz + featuring Mr. MFN eXquire up first, MeLo-X second, me on third, and Cruz croonin’ to bring us home. http://noisey.vice.com/blog/the-remix-to-fat-tonys-bkny-is-a-rapping-clinic ~ ~ Photo: Jessica Lehrman ~ ~[Fat Tony]Brooklyn is where my niggas call homeThe bitches thicker than SnickersElixers got me throwedI’m on the Ave sippin JackOut the styrofoamIf the laws passI’ma dash and get goneGot grown, left home for NYTook a red eye and I ended up in Bed-StuySlept on a few floors, did a few choresNow I do more, never boredLet me clarifyI Rap-A-Lot for the Bills in BushwickAnd I do smoke kush in FlatbushAt the top of my class, I sitAnd I never been afraid of a textbookLet’s look at a nigga straight from the TréSouthside of the H, my birthplaceJust like King’s County, we done lost some greatsR.I.P. [Fat] Pat and MCAI’m on the MTA (public)Rolling a J (fuck it)I rode on the JThen rode on the AThey say the DutchSettled this hoe in 1634In 1898, it got annexedAnd it meshed in with New YorkNo joke, it ain’t for a slowpokeIf you’re feeling rigor mortisMoving like a tortoiseBetter get up on a toiletAnd make your shit floatSlide like a sailboat on CriscoLike the Count of Monte CristoI’m feeling free, finna let my money tree growAnd I sho ain’t tryna see no C.O.When I’m in BK don’t tell my P.O.I’m a Wild boy, but I ain’t no ThornberryHit the bodega for 4 [Garcia y] Vega’sAnd a berry juice, party on the roofI invite you, you, you, and her tooWhat it do

BKNY (Remix)" premiered today by Noisey! Produced by Tom Cruz + featuring Mr. MFN eXquire up first, MeLo-X second, me on third, and Cruz croonin’ to bring us home.

http://noisey.vice.com/blog/the-remix-to-fat-tonys-bkny-is-a-rapping-clinic

~ ~ Photo: Jessica Lehrman ~ ~

[Fat Tony]
Brooklyn is where my niggas call home
The bitches thicker than Snickers
Elixers got me throwed
I’m on the Ave sippin Jack
Out the styrofoam
If the laws pass
I’ma dash and get gone
Got grown, left home for NY
Took a red eye and I ended up in Bed-Stuy
Slept on a few floors, did a few chores
Now I do more, never bored
Let me clarify
I Rap-A-Lot for the Bills in Bushwick
And I do smoke kush in Flatbush
At the top of my class, I sit
And I never been afraid of a textbook
Let’s look at a nigga straight from the Tré
Southside of the H, my birthplace
Just like King’s County, we done lost some greats
R.I.P. [Fat] Pat and MCA
I’m on the MTA (public)
Rolling a J (fuck it)
I rode on the J
Then rode on the A
They say the Dutch
Settled this hoe in 1634
In 1898, it got annexed
And it meshed in with New York
No joke, it ain’t for a slowpoke
If you’re feeling rigor mortis
Moving like a tortoise
Better get up on a toilet
And make your shit float
Slide like a sailboat on Crisco
Like the Count of Monte Cristo
I’m feeling free, finna let my money tree grow
And I sho ain’t tryna see no C.O.
When I’m in BK don’t tell my P.O.
I’m a Wild boy, but I ain’t no Thornberry
Hit the bodega for 4 [Garcia y] Vega’s
And a berry juice, party on the roof
I invite you, you, you, and her too
What it do

fearthemightybeard:

@fattonyrap (Fat Tony) Screwston, Texas @ Santos. #Screwston #Texas

Santos was super tight last night. Noisey, thanks for having me & Tom Cruz come thru and rip it! Shout out my nig Kool A.D. lurking in the background.

fearthemightybeard:

@fattonyrap (Fat Tony) Screwston, Texas @ Santos. #Screwston #Texas

Santos was super tight last night. Noisey, thanks for having me & Tom Cruz come thru and rip it! Shout out my nig Kool A.D. lurking in the background.

rapping live for new yorkers on jan 30th @ santo’s party house w/ freddie gibbs, children of the night, and push montana. presented by the fine people at noisey. click it for tickets & more info.

rapping live for new yorkers on jan 30th @ santo’s party house w/ freddie gibbs, children of the night, and push montana.

presented by the fine people at noisey. click it for tickets & more info.

hollered at @Hit_Boy for @NoiseyMusic to chop it up bout life, his music, & much moreclick the pic to read all about it

hollered at @Hit_Boy for @NoiseyMusic to chop it up bout life, his music, & much more

click the pic to read all about it

Checkout a lil chat I had with Noisey talm bout catchin scabies on tour, my new album (Smart Ass Black Boy), the origins of my rap life, how I met Tom Cruz, & more.http://noisey.vice.com/blog/talking-about-rap-and-rapping-with-fat-tonyWin tickets to my New York show tomorrow (Friday 12/7) @ Gramercy Theatre by emailing your favorite song of mine to noisey@noisey.com (!!!)

Checkout a lil chat I had with Noisey talm bout catchin scabies on tour, my new album (Smart Ass Black Boy), the origins of my rap life, how I met Tom Cruz, & more.

http://noisey.vice.com/blog/talking-about-rap-and-rapping-with-fat-tony

Win tickets to my New York show tomorrow (Friday 12/7) @ Gramercy Theatre by emailing your favorite song of mine to noisey@noisey.com (!!!)

peep a new noisey mini-doc on screwston texas. got interviews with several legends + up & coming rap stars. watch me walk ‘em round 3rd ward and king’s flea market (this is the way we baaawwwwll).


Noisey threw a party at the Flat on Tuesday to premiere Fat Tony's new video, and it was a very intense hoot. If you weren’t there, then you probably can’t fathom the hoots that were had at this hip hop soiree. Life or Death asked Noisey if we were into the idea of throwing a party, and then Fat Tony, Gabby Shaw, and I contacted the other great new rappers (who aren’t currently on tour) and got all of them to come DJ and rap a little at our shindig.I played the first DJ set of the night so as to spare anyone else the embarrassment of doing that. I played a lot of older, friendly rap songs like Just-Ice, Jungle Brothers, Del, Top Billing, and stuff like that. After playing “Oodles of O’s” off De La Soul is Dead, Fat Tony and I had a good chat about the dearness of that record to both of us. I guess most people like that record, but oh, what a record. Tom Cruz pointed out that it was the anniversary of ODB’s death, so I played his cover of “Don’t Go Breakin’ My Heart” and “Got Your Money.” By the time I was done with my opening set, people had shown up, including the next DJs, so I relinquished the DJ throne to Lakutis. Lakutis is a funny guy who had some ugly new gold teeth covers, which he kept showing off proudly while he DJed using an iPad in a chunky pink rubber case. At one point, he played one of the songs he’d sampled for his song “Ja Rule,” and I just sang his lyrics over it into the mike. Looking back, that was kind of obnoxious. By the time Lakutis had finished his set the club was packed and Kitty Pryde took over the DJ responsibilities with Hot Sugar in tow. It was her first attempt at DJing and she did a pretty great job. I was watching her and I could tell from her laughing that she was making mistakes, but somehow, they all worked. She paused the music by accident, but it felt intentional. Later, she started a song too slow and sped it up while it was playing, and that also seemed totally intentional. Kitty was followed by Fat Tony and Tom Cruz. Tom played all kids of rap, while Tony MCed. Around this point, the sea of people started to churn and move around a lot. People were dancing with their arms up and pointing at stuff. Tom took requests and played some reggaeton at one guy’s request. He also found some dude’s phone. What a nice DJ! Tony would yell over the music in classic rap style, and then we premiered his video. I yelled at everyone to shut up and then they watched this long video with guest appearances by all sorts of neat people who were in attendance at the party. People clapped and went really crazy, because Mr. Muthafuckin’ eXquire had shown up with DJ Sicksentz, and they gave a classic performance. SickSentz wore this crazy mask the whole time he was in the club. It was on from the moment he got there, while he was Djing and while he was just hanging out afterwards. That’s dedication. eXquire got the crowd moving and yelled awesome raps from the booth. I cannot overstate how electric the room was at this point. People were shaking their dreads and losing their minds in a very posi way. He kept people freaking right until it was time for Nasty Nigel from Children of the Night.I showed Nigel how to DJ a few months back, and he’s turned into a pretty good DJ. He played good stuff and rapped while DJing. Also, he uses a teeny tiny laptop plugged into Serato, and I think that is cute. He was followed by Cities Aviv, who just premiered a new record, and his girlfriend Tiffany, from Dark Sister. They played some rap and some dark stuff. It was real good. I played the final set of the night and put on various weird songs, and then I played my favorite songs of the people who DJed with me that night. Taking turns with Nasty Nigel rapping over COTN’s “Ilyas” and eXquire’s “Huzzuh” was pretty great. The party had to end eventually, and we ended it playing Fat Tony’s “Nigga You Ain’t Fat.” Then, there was a lot of hugging and the night was over, but we will always remember the magical evening of music, booze, and love. Take a look at my photos of the evening to try to see how good it was. - @nicholasgazin

(via NOISEY: We Hosted the Best Rap Party Ever on Tuesday)

Noisey threw a party at the Flat on Tuesday to premiere Fat Tony's new video, and it was a very intense hoot. If you weren’t there, then you probably can’t fathom the hoots that were had at this hip hop soiree. Life or Death asked Noisey if we were into the idea of throwing a party, and then Fat Tony, Gabby Shaw, and I contacted the other great new rappers (who aren’t currently on tour) and got all of them to come DJ and rap a little at our shindig.

I played the first DJ set of the night so as to spare anyone else the embarrassment of doing that. I played a lot of older, friendly rap songs like Just-Ice, Jungle Brothers, Del, Top Billing, and stuff like that. After playing “Oodles of O’s” off De La Soul is Dead, Fat Tony and I had a good chat about the dearness of that record to both of us. I guess most people like that record, but oh, what a record. Tom Cruz pointed out that it was the anniversary of ODB’s death, so I played his cover of “Don’t Go Breakin’ My Heart” and “Got Your Money.” By the time I was done with my opening set, people had shown up, including the next DJs, so I relinquished the DJ throne to Lakutis

Lakutis is a funny guy who had some ugly new gold teeth covers, which he kept showing off proudly while he DJed using an iPad in a chunky pink rubber case. At one point, he played one of the songs he’d sampled for his song “Ja Rule,” and I just sang his lyrics over it into the mike. Looking back, that was kind of obnoxious. 

By the time Lakutis had finished his set the club was packed and Kitty Pryde took over the DJ responsibilities with Hot Sugar in tow. It was her first attempt at DJing and she did a pretty great job. I was watching her and I could tell from her laughing that she was making mistakes, but somehow, they all worked. She paused the music by accident, but it felt intentional. Later, she started a song too slow and sped it up while it was playing, and that also seemed totally intentional. 

Kitty was followed by Fat Tony and Tom Cruz. Tom played all kids of rap, while Tony MCed. Around this point, the sea of people started to churn and move around a lot. People were dancing with their arms up and pointing at stuff. Tom took requests and played some reggaeton at one guy’s request. He also found some dude’s phone. What a nice DJ! Tony would yell over the music in classic rap style, and then we premiered his video. I yelled at everyone to shut up and then they watched this long video with guest appearances by all sorts of neat people who were in attendance at the party. People clapped and went really crazy, because Mr. Muthafuckin’ eXquire had shown up with DJ Sicksentz, and they gave a classic performance. 

SickSentz wore this crazy mask the whole time he was in the club. It was on from the moment he got there, while he was Djing and while he was just hanging out afterwards. That’s dedication. eXquire got the crowd moving and yelled awesome raps from the booth. I cannot overstate how electric the room was at this point. People were shaking their dreads and losing their minds in a very posi way. He kept people freaking right until it was time for Nasty Nigel from Children of the Night.

I showed Nigel how to DJ a few months back, and he’s turned into a pretty good DJ. He played good stuff and rapped while DJing. Also, he uses a teeny tiny laptop plugged into Serato, and I think that is cute. He was followed by Cities Aviv, who just premiered a new record, and his girlfriend Tiffany, from Dark Sister. They played some rap and some dark stuff. It was real good. I played the final set of the night and put on various weird songs, and then I played my favorite songs of the people who DJed with me that night. Taking turns with Nasty Nigel rapping over COTN’s “Ilyas” and eXquire’s “Huzzuh” was pretty great. The party had to end eventually, and we ended it playing Fat Tony’s “Nigga You Ain’t Fat.” Then, there was a lot of hugging and the night was over, but we will always remember the magical evening of music, booze, and love. Take a look at my photos of the evening to try to see how good it was.

@nicholasgazin

(via NOISEY: We Hosted the Best Rap Party Ever on Tuesday)

Thank you Noisey, Life or Death PR, Tom Cruz, Lakutis, Mr. MFN eXquire & DJ SicksentZ, Kitty Pryde, Cities Aviv, Tiffany (DARK SiSTER), Nasty Nigel (Children Of The Night) and all the friends, family, and strangers that raged it out with us last night at The Flat!Peep my man Lil’ Friday Hoe gettin his wind on in the pic up top! Hell of a party. @_@Thanks for documenting it all, Village Voice!(via Village Voice: Fat Tony’s “BKNY” Video Premiere Party at The Flat)

Thank you Noisey, Life or Death PR, Tom Cruz, Lakutis, Mr. MFN eXquire & DJ SicksentZ, Kitty Pryde, Cities Aviv, Tiffany (DARK SiSTER), Nasty Nigel (Children Of The Night) and all the friends, family, and strangers that raged it out with us last night at The Flat!

Peep my man Lil’ Friday Hoe gettin his wind on in the pic up top! Hell of a party. @_@

Thanks for documenting it all, Village Voice!

(via Village Voice: Fat Tony’s “BKNY” Video Premiere Party at The Flat)

Fat Tony and Tom Cruz’s video for “BKNY” is more than a laid-back jam to soundtrack our memories of summers past, it’s also a helpful reminder that NYC has pretty strict public consumption of alcohol laws and you’re best off hiding that booze in an unlabeled bottle, paper bag, or at very least a coconut.

Directed and Produced by Ryan Muir
Photography: Ryan Muir, Jared Feldman, Ethan Moses
Post-Production: Ryan Muir
Asst. Editor: Jared Feldman

Cameo Appearances by…
Mr. Muthafuckin Exquire
10ille (Tennille)
Johnny Nelson
Nick Catchdubs
Kool A.D.
Melo-X
Lil’ Friday Hoe
Dark Sister
Chippy Nonstop
Jimmy JAMS
Nasty Nigel (Children of the Night) 


(via Noisey: Fat Tony - “BKNY”)

NOISEY & LIFE OR DEATH Present: FAT TONY’s “BKNY” Video Premiere PartyTHE FLAT (308 Hooper at South 5th in Brooklyn)Tuesday, November 13th, 9:00pmFree"Noisey and Life or Death teamed up to throw a party for the release of Fat Tony’s new music video for "BKNY" (feat. Old Money) [Produced by Tom Cruz]. It’s free. Some of the best new rappers are going to be there DJing and whooping it up, big time. You’re not going to find a better party on a Tuesday if you are a lover of modern rap music.” - Noiseyhttps://www.facebook.com/events/331757386922190/"[Tuesday, 11/13 The Flat’s] got the release party for Fat Tony’s "BKNY" music video with DJ sets from the man himself, plus Tom Cruz, Mr. Muthafuckin’ eXquire, DJ Sicksentz, Kitty Pryde, Lakutis, Cities Aviv, and Dapwell from Das Racist. Also free, 9 PM start." - Brooklyn Vegan http://www.brooklynvegan.com/archives/2012/11/heems_le1f_fat.htmlDJ SETS BY…FAT TONY & TOM CRUZMR. MUTHAFUCKIN’ EXQUIRE & DJ SICKSENTZKITTY PRYDENASTY NIGEL (CHILDREN OF THE NIGHT)LAKUTISCITIES AVIV vs. TIFFANY (DARK SiSTER)DAPWELL (DAS RACIST)

NOISEY & LIFE OR DEATH Present: FAT TONY’s “BKNY” Video Premiere Party

THE FLAT (308 Hooper at South 5th in Brooklyn)
Tuesday, November 13th, 9:00pm
Free

"Noisey and Life or Death teamed up to throw a party for the release of Fat Tony’s new music video for "BKNY" (feat. Old Money) [Produced by Tom Cruz]. It’s free. Some of the best new rappers are going to be there DJing and whooping it up, big time. You’re not going to find a better party on a Tuesday if you are a lover of modern rap music.” - Noisey
https://www.facebook.com/events/331757386922190/


"[Tuesday, 11/13 The Flat’s] got the release party for Fat Tony’s "BKNY" music video with DJ sets from the man himself, plus Tom Cruz, Mr. Muthafuckin’ eXquire, DJ Sicksentz, Kitty Pryde, Lakutis, Cities Aviv, and Dapwell from Das Racist. Also free, 9 PM start." - Brooklyn Vegan
http://www.brooklynvegan.com/archives/2012/11/heems_le1f_fat.html

DJ SETS BY…
FAT TONY & TOM CRUZ
MR. MUTHAFUCKIN’ EXQUIRE & DJ SICKSENTZ
KITTY PRYDE
NASTY NIGEL (CHILDREN OF THE NIGHT)
LAKUTIS
CITIES AVIV vs. TIFFANY (DARK SiSTER)
DAPWELL (DAS RACIST)

hamoneverything:

Screwed in Houston - Music World - VICE

Today’s bubblegum rap may rule the charts, but at VICE we prefer our beats harder and more innovative. Follow along as we head south to the Third Coast to groove on one of the most original rap scenes ever realized. Houston is a city defined by its geography—low and slow, hot and hard, bayous and parking lots spreading for endless flat suburban miles. But a lack of citywide zoning creates pockets of distinct communities within Houston’s sprawl, and in these unofficially cordoned-off neighborhoods, Dirty Southern rap was born.

To see more Music World, head over to: www.vice.com/music-world

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Part 1 of 5 from the latest NOISEY (Vice Magazine) episode featuring yours truly yapping and rapping throughout Houston. Featuring interviews by people I don’t know very well and people I know all too well talking about me. Got some good live show footage too from the BLACK SUMMER free party we through at Fitzgerald’s w/ B L A C K I E and Muhammadali back in June 2011 after Ninjasonik had to cancel their Texas tour. Fun for all.

Watch the entire episode (including photos and an article) too: http://www.noisey.com/en_us/#!/view/meet-fat-tony

Fat Tony

By Abdullah Saeed

Celebrated in his native Houston for years, Fat Tony’s half-conscious/half-delinquent rhyme style is just starting to break nationwide. Collaborations with artists like Das Racist and Bun B led up to his 2010 album RABDARGAB, produced entirely by Houston cohort Tom Cruz. [Fat Tony: He’s Atlanta raised and Austin born but we first met while he was visiting his family in Houston for the holidays. Luckily, in my very own neighborhood too.] The record is named for an elementary school program that may or may not have taught Tony to read: Read A Book, Do A Report, Get A Buck.

Over 808 drums and pitch bent synths, Tony tells stories of youthful misconduct and skin-deep love through his machine gun drawl. His cynical wit is woven into every bar on tracks like “You Ain’t Fat,” for which he made a low-budget, high concept video that falls somewhere between Aphex Twin’s “Windowlicker” and Weird Al’s “Eat It.”

Fat Tony performs all the time in Houston. He’s landed a number of profile-boosting opportunities, including an opening slot for Wu Tang when they came through town in late 2010. Tony has also appeared plenty of times with Das Racist, who invited him to guest on “Luv It Mayne,” a track off their second mixtape Sit Down, Man. [Fat Tony: This Das Racist remix of “Luv It Mayne” from RABDARGAB is now a cult classic among weed and internet addicted college students.]

Fat Tony picked up humbly, putting together shows that brought bands of every underground scene together under one roof. Now he’s crafting tracks that channel the energy of every style he loves into a single hip hop expression. As the buzz from his first record makes its rounds, Fat Tony is working on his follow up, once again produced by Tom Cruz. The record will drop under Das Racist’s Greedhead imprint, Tony’s first release for that label.

"Home" video directed and edited by Edwin Terrell ("Like, Hell Yeah" video creator). On that tour footage video vibe capturing the RABDARGAB release party plus shows in several cities opening for Wu-Tang Clan, Snoop Dogg and more.

VICE magazine’s Noisey episode on me released worldwide today! USA, Germany, Spain, England, and more! Watch it too: http://www.noisey.com/en_us/#!/view/meet-fat-tony

VICE/Noisey (German release): “Er ist der Rapper mit der DIY-Mentalität des Punkrock und dem Namen eines Simpsons-Charakters.” Meet Fat Tony: http://t.co/jqyNMkh