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Trae Tha Truth Dives Into Screw Culture On "Barre"

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June 20, 2018 10:42
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Barre

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Trae Tha Truth spits about the influence of "Screw Culture" the World over.


Trae Tha Truth's "Barre" beckons for Houston's respect when it comes to the assimilation of Lean Sippin' in the general ledger of hip hop. A real Houston vet like himself needn't treat the subject like commodity culture. Instead he relates a songwriting experience in which he is completely absorbed by the drug, his general state arriving at a point of euphoria. The stoned picnic almost swallows him whole if not for a mantra that keeps him grounded. With reality in sight, Trae conveys a sentiment characterized by mixed emotions, the role addiction plays often offset by cultural implications, many in Houston deeming "Barre" a rite of passage, nothing more.

"Barre" is never the less a serious and well articulated look at the dampening effect of the drug on the mind. The single is the first look at Trae's upcoming release 48 Hours Later, a follow-up to his mixtape series describing of events occuring in a two-day interval.

Check it out.

Quotable Lyrics:

Look like I'm doin' time
My neck in the chain gang
Everything fly as hell
Still on that same plane
Still represent the click
Just movin' solo baby
Had the whole World leanin'
Motion to something lazy
No doubt about it.

 

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