The track is rumored to be a feature on Redman's upcoming project.
In early February, Redman dropped "Trap House" featuring Kazzie, and now the New Jersey rappers have released the accompanying video for their gritty single. Earlier this month Redman surprised fans with an official announcement that he has a new project in the works titled Muddy Waters Too writing, ""WUZZZAAAAAPPPPP," the New Jersey rapper tweeted. "THE BEGINNING !! NO TALKN!" It's been nearly a decade of rumors regarding the followup to Reggie's Muddy Waters, and "Trap House" is a hot lead for the project. "Muddy Waters is my favorite album and I’m calling it Muddy Waters Too; not the number two but T-O-O,” Redman previously told HipHopDX. “And the reason for that is I don’t want it to compare to with Muddy Waters, the first one. I’m saying this is Muddy Waters Too.”
With decades of experience under his belt, Redman is a legend who not only has a hit or two, but knows how to evolve with the genre of hip hop. In "Trap House," Redman compares his life as an emcee with the elements of trap ("My studio is my trap house..."). In the visual, Redman and Kazzie make their way through, you guessed it, a trap house where each room has its own function. Of course, what trap house isn't complete with an exotic dancer and a room with a stripper pole?