It's been awhile since we heard from the young artist on the climb, Trapo, a native of Madison, Wisconsin. The artist last surfaced in March when he released a collaboration with Alex Wiley and Thelonious Martin, "Blink." Almost five months later, he's finally ready to let fans hear what he's been cooking up.
Keeping the same sing-song rap style that's become his trademark, "Break From Me" is a subdued offering. Trapo exaggerates his vocals on the hook, elongating his voice to fit in the lulls of the beat, while he reflects on his business, family, and love life through out the verses.
Take a listen and stay tuned for more from Trapo -- read our introductory interview with the artist here.
The other day homie say don't mean to stop you
But who that girl you talked to in high school?
The one with the nice boobs and all