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Houston Rapper Fat Tony’s New Whataburger-Themed Track Is Actually Fire

Check out Houston's newest fast-food banger

Amy McCarthy is a reporter at, focusing on pop culture, policy and labor, and only the weirdest online trends.

If there are two things that Houstonians love just about more than anything else, it’s the city’s homegrown rap scene and the late-night Texas wonder that is Whataburger. Now, Houston-based rapper Fat Tony has written a new song that combines both in the best way possible.

According to the Houston Press, Fat Tony (a.k.a. Anthony Obi) penned his new “Drive Thru” anthem earlier this month after years of trying to get it right. “I always felt that this song had a lot of potential,” Obi told The Press. “Whataburger is something regional that is very special to people from Texas. But fast food is very interesting to me because it’s one thing that we can all agree on.”

In the song, Fat Tony throws hella shade at other late-night options, like “Sicky D’s” and “Jack In The Crack,” along with other regional favorites like Hardee’s and White Castle. When he does roll through the Whataburger drive-thru, Fat Tony’s order looks much like the rest of us — a #2 burger with no mayo, a potato taquito, and of course, fries.

Check out the video for “Drive-Thru” below, and acquaint yourself with the country’s hottest new fast food-focused banger.