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Let it Go

by Trapp71

Let It Go! A Hiphop/Rap dance track with a 90’s feel. Like C+C Factory’s anthem “Sweat”, this music makes you Move! TrapStar’s rapid fire flow of words, keeps things moving over a bed of strings, bass, keyboards and Latin percussion beats.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Party Rap
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Trapp or “Trapstar” was born in Harlem NY, but raised in Richmond Virginia.
In the early days, the influence of Jazz, Funk, Disco, and R&B was key element into my Hip Hop Experience. Only until the late eighties I created a rap group called “The Cool Committee”.. The crew was Corey “Typheeq” Jiggetts, Lloyd “Trapp71” James, and Cory “CCP”Vaughan (The DJ). They did shows, and had a hit in 1989 called “Food for Thought”.
In 1991 he moved to Minneapolis Minnesota to change his path to his destination and created works with “Birth of the Nu”, and “Ipso Facto” in the early to the mid nineties.
As a Independent Artist he managed to work with some of the most prolific talent from around the world. “I learned a lot from these guys”.. Wain, Greg and Julian McFarlane, Jose Ned James, Bruce Jackson, DMC, Micah, (M5 Mgmt at that time...) Monte Moyer and man… All of yall that was down for the ride!
The core vibe of his music comes from the path his life experienced in the inner cities and what he experience today. When you hear his stuff, you’ll see.
“With the right knock, it only takes a meaningful touch to create a groove.”
Mostly smooth and raw when you get it, the project from his personal views has long been overdue. The music scene in Mpls was the source of income for a few years while starting as a stage technician for Ipso, to performing songs with the group.

In the year 1996 the group was “Birth of the Nu” which was composed of Abuka, Trapp, Say mean, and Sahat. The group had songs on the radio station in the city called KMOJ at that time. Up until the year 2000, the group had finally landed an independent deal to complete the Official B.NU release with FAT JAM Records. In November of that year the lead singer Alfred “Abuka“Saunders was killed by police in his yard, in turn killed the whole project.

Brudda Trapp in that outcome of the deal went back to college and studied Information Systems. Once graduation, he applied his time to his career to secure the finances to pay da bills, and still manage to create hit tracks effortlessly. “I’m now approaching my opportunity to focus on my music to get this done”. From this one … There’s definitely something on its way.

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