Harry Fraud is one of those producers I always check for, regardless of the rappers he’s teaming up with. Whilst to me, his instrumentals tend to sound best sparking Smoke DZA and Curren$y‘s fifty shades of haze, Harry’s also been behind some of Action Bronson and French Montana‘s strongest showings, including the single that brought the latter to fame.
It’s only right then that he calls on the two New Yorkers to join him for “Mean“, the lead single from his first project as a solo artist, which drops some time in 2013 with Scion A/V. The funky, laid-back joint features some complex bars from Action and some disjointed ones from French, who also croons off-key at various points.
If you’re a fan of French you’ll love it, if you’re not, the partnership of Fraud and Action Bronson is still a good enough reason to listen below, and download via the widget: