Funds Frescoes of the Album Posthumous "In the Bank We Trust" Since Release Date

HipHop News Posted on March 4, 2017 at 1:59am

Funds Frescoes of the Album Posthumous "In the Bank We Trust" Since Release Date

A year has passed since the death of one of Atlanta's rising stars.

Atlanta, GA – it was a year ago today (March 4) Bankroll Fresh was killed outside of the Street of the studio Executives in Atlanta.

Many have maintained the Funds for the living legacy talking about their memories with him and for the release of the new music, as their appearance in Jeezy's Trap or Die 3 track "All There is."

Now, the late rapper's family is preparing an album posthumously, In the Bank that We Trust, due out April 24.

When speaking with XXL, the Funds of the mother, Terisa Price, gave some information on the project, which is expected to have 12 tracks.

"We're going to have some of the features that is different to other artists," she shared, "... but we're working on it now and we were in the studio the other day and we have a hot song that's going to be a single. I named it 'a Hell of A Night'. I put the name of 'Foul Play' and got the name of 'Truth' I put the name of those songs. I think that is very expected."

Funds Fresh from the murder has not been solved yet. Last month, police released surveillance footage from the night of the shooting, which suggests Bankroll was the first to fire a shot. Authorities are still investigating the case, especially as there is a Plug admitted the murder of Funding in what he said during a controversial interview with VladTV was in self-defense.

HipHopDX spoke with one of the Funds of the friends, producer, Cassius Jay, about the process of release of new music from this man, who was born Trentavious Zamon White.

"He was a good guy and stuff, so I don't feel like I should in a way", said the release of the new music by itself. "Your family can do it, but you should not be releasing any of his music, since I don't have the consent to do so. I don't even want to try to take it to 'em, because you know how the industry is now, so we just went as we did, we're just going to leave it at that and that it was "Hot Boy" and that was his biggest issue, so I just wanted to

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