Project Pat and the homie Big Trill return with “Hold Me Down.” And much like their previous track, “Rollin’ Dank,” which had Fetty Wap, “Home Me Down” features Ca$h Out. The track, along with “Rollin’ Dank” is set to appear on the duo’s forthcoming project. Listen to “Hold Me Down” after the jump.
Insert sad face emoji here. I miss old Project Pat. What the hell happened to Pat-ah? Has he lost it? Where’s the help from successful young brother Juicy J? Pat-ah has been churning out some of the worst “slappers” in recent memory (more like knee slappers, am I right) I remember this dude used to drop straight heat. Yes, that was back in the late 90s-early 2000s, but still! Here Pat is teaming up with one of the hottest, buzzing rappers out in the game, Fetty Wap for “Rollin’ Drank.” There’s also some dude named Big Trill. Yep. Check out “Rollin’ Drank” after the jump… if you wish.
There’s one thing hip-hop doesn’t have a shortage of: weed based songs. And “Wanna Get High” with its blunt (haha, get it?) song title deals with just that. Project Pat links up with fellow stoner Wiz Khalifa and Joe Simpson for “Wanna Get High” remix. Check it out after the jump.
Project Pat shows his age with his new single “Twerk It”, a song about a cultural trend that is on its way out the door. Pat, who is undoubtedly an OG in the rap game, is struggling to find a groove in the 2010s but recruiting the likes of Ty Dolla $ign, Wiz Khalifa, and Wale helps. Even if just a little. Listen after the jump.
Memphis OG Project Pat teams up with Taylor Gang’s Chevy Woods for “Gettin’ It” off of the two’s forthcoming collaborative album. In addition, Pat’s third installment to his Cheeze N Dope mixtape is also on its way. Listen to “Gettin’ It” after the jump.
Rick Ross recently announced the follow-up to his successful Mastermind album, entitled Hood Billionaire. And now he has also decided to share what appears to be the project’s first single, “Elvis Presley BLVD”. The track features Memphis legend Project Pat. Listen after the jump.
Juicy J releases the official video for the Project Pat-assisted “No Hear, No Love” off Stay Trippy. Produced by Young Chop.
Project Pat with the video from his single “Gorilla Pimp”.
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Drake and his pops hit the streets of Memphis in the official ten-minute visual for “Worst Behavior.” Cameos include Juicy J, Project Pat and whatever deranged individual got paid to wear that creepy OVO owl costume.
Project Pat delivers the video for “Make A Sell” off his highly slept-on Cheez-N-Dope 2 tape, which dropped earlier this month.