Last week, Queens rapper Trav revealed his latest project, Nothing Happens Overnight, and his latest offering is a visual for the project’s closing track “Streets Don’t Love You.” In the Hype-produced song, Trav raps about the raw realness he’s experienced in the streets:
“I been robbed for real, cry when I had to drive on the drill, ‘cause I wanted to kill, it’s funny now, but that was nonsense. Been a shooter since like ‘96, aimin’ at your conscience. I ain’t ’bout that nonsense, glad of war, that Pyrex.”
On his 12-track project Nothing Happens Overnight, he grabbed features from Young Thug, Lil Durk, Tory Lanez, NAV, French Montana, and Jim Jones. Trav has also been rather consistent with dropping visuals to go along with the project release, as he’s dropped “You Choose” and “Pradaaa Shoes,” and most recently “Geed You.”
Before Nothing Happens Overnight was QRAK (Queens Raised A King), which was a 21-track-long project featuring names like Don Q, Blac Youngsta, Meek Mill, Belly, and more. Earlier this year, Trav appeared on Jim Jones’ well-received release El Capo on the song “Love of the Hustle” which came with an accompanying visual as well.
Watch the “Streets Don’t Love You” visual below.