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Brain Gang's Cash'Mir and A.Dd+'s Slim Gravy Debut New Track, "FuhYawMeen"

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Faces from two of the fastest growing squads in Dallas rap joining forces is always a good look, but the new effort from Brain Gang's Cash'mir, featuring A.Dd+'s Slim Gravy, far exceeds expectations.

With slow-dripped production from Trakboy (who contributes heavily to Cash'mir's upcoming project, Brilliant Society), Slim and Cash serve up imagery of a new generation of Texas trill. It's authentic, and it's been a long time coming for these Northside emcees.

"Me and Slim have collaborated often together, we've just never released any songs before," says Cash'mir. "We decided immediately that this would be the one to drop, just off the feel and the vibe of it."

We were hoping to debut the video for "FuhYawMeen" today, shot two weeks ago at Switching Gears Bike Shop outside downtown, but for now, check out behind-the-scenes footage from the good folks over at FlyTimesDaily.com, and check out the song here.

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