Rassy Bugatti Represents For Stinc Team On 1TakeJay-Assisted “C Murder” Single

Rassy Bugatti Represents For Stinc Team On 1TakeJay-Assisted “C Murder” Single

One of the most prolific organized rap groups in Los Angeles is the Stinc Team — partially due to the high-profile legal cases surrounding the crew, including the incredulous double-murder case that hemmed Drakeo The Ruler up in LA County Jail for more than three years. Last November when Drakeo was released and immediately dropped his We Know The Truth mixtape, it was a major win for the Stinc Team organization — but there were several battles still raging on, such as the plight of Stinc Team Co-Founder Rassy Bugatti.

Last November, Rassy spoke with Rosecrans Avenue about his extended fight for freedom on the heels of releasing his Million Dollar Fugitive mixtape.

And even though Rassy is currently locked up in LA County jail fighting one of those never-ending battles, stemming from a serious case that the rapper maintains is baseless, he proves nothing can stop him from releasing new music as he joins forces with 1TakeJay for his new single “C Murder.”

Utilizing the polarizing story of No-Limit rap star C Murder, Rassy Bugatti and 1TakeJay deliver a pair of tough versers over bouncy Westside inspired production. Though Rassy has been incarcerated for much of the year already, “C Murder” proves no situation is can stop him from speaking his truth as he raps “C Murder” as he raps “We gone tip a nigga in the club, C-Murder/We bartending, take these shots/I’m a server.”

Rassy Buggati kept his foot on the gas for most of last year productivity last year after firing off sever street-certified hits including his “Sorry Sussie” collaboration with Drakeo the Ruler.

Rassy Bugatti also released his 11-track Million Dollar Fugitive mixtape with features from 03 Greedo, Santo Tha Plug and late Stinc Team rapper Ketchy the Great last year.

Stream “C Murder” in full below and keep up with Rassy Bugatti on Instagram.

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