Rappers do not like when people fake like they're not hanging with them because of the new found wealth. Meek Mill summarized this plight rather succinctly in "It's Me (I Be On That)": "You just want the money shorty, you ain't gotta lie to me." Scotty ATL has similar issues on "Money Up."

"It's Me" is the better song, but Scotty ATL does well by  combining slick trap production with a fluid flow. The concoction emphasizes that fakeness and financial stability are a big issue in the hip-hop community.

Scotty ATL is Spaghetti Junction — which features the likes of B.o.B, Childish Major, DJ Toomp, Bun B, Big Gipp — is dropping tomorrow.