It's safe to say Gunplay doesn't rest. As fans anxiously await his forthcoming solo album Haram, the Miami spitter has blessed them with "Tellin," another single off the project which speaks on snitching and dishonesty, topics Gunplay knows about all too well. you can hear it below.

Judging from past projects and incidents, it's clear Gunplay is as loyal as one could be; unfortunately, the same can't be said about some of his former associates. "Mom pressure high as hell/Pussy niggas took the stand and I thought I would die in jail /Them niggas point me out, I just had to shake my head/Plus my nigga wrote a statement, couldn't believe what I read/Wouldn't believe what he said, it don't matter what he said," he raps on the second verse.

Gunplay continues on with his usual gutter flow as he pains a picture for his listeners on the third, telling the story of a man who got himself caught up over tapped phone conversations.

"Tellin" is a follow-up to Haram's "On a Daily," the first single released from the album upon its announcement. Gunplay's ten-track solo effort sees one feature, which just so happens to come from his Dreadlocks & Headshots collaborator Mozzy. Haram is due out Sept. 29.

When Gunplay isn't in the studio, he's been busy filming for the inaugural season of Love & Hip Hop: Miami. The show will follow him, Trina, Trick Daddy and several others around the coastal hotspot. View a preview of VH1's latest reality series, airing in January, right here.

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