19-year old Ryan Trey was originally poised for a promising career in basketball. But, an ultimate passion for music would lead the D.C. native and St. Louis transplant to walk away from that in order to pursue another dream. The end of the month will mark the arrival of the young emcee’s debut project August, highlighted by the selects that include “Bradley Beal Freestyle,” “Evolving,” “Matte Blvck,” “Temptations,” and “Mutual Butterflies.”
Most recently, Ryan has arrived with the accompanying visual for the latter—an outing that has earned a trusty co-sign from fellow Louisville creator Bryson Tiller. Ethereal production makes for the perfect backdrop as Ryan Trey uncovers the whirlwind that is love and relationships.
Expect to hear more of where that came from on his forthcoming August, due out on August 31.
Lil girl I let you drive my car
I let you see my room
I let you drink my juice, nobody drinks my juice
I let you get too comfortable