This past week, K-Trap liberated Trapo, a 16-track body of work that saw additional contributions from PR Sad, Lotto Ash, Youngs Teflon, and DoRoad — the last two having collaborated on the standout track “RRR.” Produced by Nathaniel London, the collaboration sees the artists providing their own individual styles to create a unique, infectious drill offering, with plenty of hard-hitting lines for fans to enjoy (“Don’t pree the jewels and think you can play games…”).
Today (Sept. 16), K-Trap drops off a new visual for “RRR,” which comes courtesy of his go-to director Romael. The roughly two and a half-minute clip takes us through a behind the scenes type of vibe, with shots of K-Trap taking to the stage at this year’s Wireless Festival, posting on the block in his Gypsy Hill stomping grounds, showing off high-end cars and jewelry, showing love to fans and peers, and more. In addition to Youngs Teflon and DoRoad showing up for their parts, viewers will also catch a slew of cameos from the likes of Krept & Konan, Potter Payper, Blade Brown, RV, M Huncho, media maven Yinka Bokinni, comedian Mo Gilligan, and actor Kadeem Ramsay.
Trapo follows last November’s Street Side Effects, K-Trap’s official debut LP that was released via the Olly Wood, Henry Village and Joe Gossa-founded Black Butter Records. That project saw 16 dope cuts with assists from Abra Cadabra, Giggs, Blade Brown, Fredo, M1llionz, D-Block Europe, and Wretch 32. Outside of his own work, the South London talent has also made is mark on recent songs like Teflon’s “Alpo,” Dezzie’s “Street Politics,” LD’s “Fell In Love,” Ms Banks’ “Pull Up,” Wretch’s “All White/Interlude,” and Blanco’s “Cerberus.”