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Washington D.C.-bred, California-based rapper/producer Fong-Sai-U presents “F–k Meek Mill”, a track dissing Philadelphia rapper Meek Mill. This track comes on the heels of “Enough” (listen), featuring Wu-Tang affiliate Prodigal Sunn, which will appear on The Last Ronin, his forthcoming album dropping on Soulspazm. “Enough” comes on the heels of the release of his last single “Time’s Up” (listen). Fong’s last album was Ballads Of A Massacre, featuring the late Guru of Gang Starr, Dice Raw and Buddha Monk. Videos have been dropped for BOAM singles “Jack Sparrow” (watch) and “Bad Guy” (watch). An underground hip-hop veteran, Fong has collaborated with Black Thought who was an early mentor to Fong and took him on tour with The Roots. Fong also produced a song for Guru of Gang Starr on his solo album Bald Head Slick under his given name Divine (click to stream “O.G. Talk”). In 2011 Soulspazm Records released Fong’s album A Soldier’s Story (click for info) which featured Raheem DeVaughn and Res. “I had to do this because the nigga runs his mouth too much.” says Fong about his motivation for dissing Meek. “For some reason people act like Wale is the only rapper in DC. He can speak for himself but I did feel some type of way about it. I’m not going to let any man talk reckless about anyone In our city. I be in Philly. Hell, Black Thought was my mentor. This is directed at Bitch Mill – period.”