Watch Trevor Lee’s music video for his single “Fittna Hate.”

“People from the south love the phrase: “fixing to.” It connotes a plan – as in “We’re fixing to make some biscuits and gravy. Want some?”

Over time the phrase has evolved, with speakers often dropping the trailing “g” or even combining the two words into simply “fittna” – which is how Houston-based artist Trevor Lee uses it in his new buzz track.

This single expresses his desire to escape negativity from folks “Fittna Hate” on his aspirations and actions.

Trevor explains: “I wrote this for fun out of an empowering mindset to live free of worrying about what other’s think. I believe life is best lived outside of the fear of persecution. We are all human and ‘fall short of the glory of God.’ Haters will hate, no matter the time or place. There’s no use getting upset about it – just expect it.”

The song is accompanied by a video with an intriguing storyline and precedes his new album out now entitled ‘Struggle Ain’t New.'”

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