New Music Critique: Young Trap


We have no doubt that Young Trap is ready to hang with the top rappers of 2020, and perhaps his rise is slightly overdue. Since his 2010 move to Atlanta, Trap has developed into a clear multi-tool rapper. His aggressive medodic flows consistently hit the mark over strategically placed beats that complement and enhance his style. Trap is refreshingly honest with the content of his bars, most notably with his story of a falling-out with a close friend on "Betrayed." It's heartfelt and well spoken, while retaining its hard rap exterior, "I tried to front you some weight. You tried to get me a case." Young Trap gives us slight SmokePurpp vibes, and his style and flows would be perfect for a festival setting.

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Seeking: Distribution and Exposure
Style: Hip Hop/Rap