Trapo Experiments With His Sound for New Song “Break From Me”
Madison, Wisonsin's Trapo is finally back with new music. The young upstart drops "Break From Me" after he previously released "Blink," his collaboration with Alex Wiley and Thelonious Martin, back in March.
On "Break From Me," which is produced by Mykal Riley, Trapo experiments with his sound while crooning about a past relationship.
"Funny how this time you're the one that's throwin' the tantrum/Wanted to be romantic/How do I make you better?/Let this liquor replenish your spirit/Couple hours have passed, a couple days are done/I sent you back on the way/On the road in Ohio, I had a meeting today," he raps.
Last year, Trapo released Shade Trees, a wonderful blend of neo-soul and hip-hop that finds the budding spitter showcasing the flexibility in his vocals. XXL spoke to Trapo for The Break and asked him about his sound.
“As far as my sound, I can’t really put a label to it right now because it’s so early,” he said. “It’s definitely hip-hop, neo-soul and elements of rock in it. I’m not a rock artist by any means but the production takes pieces of all genres to make a new sound.”
Bump "Break From Me" below.
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