Last month, Bankroll Freddie liberated his latest project Big Bank, a 14-track offering that saw additional features from EST Gee, 2 Chainz, Young Scooter, PnB Rock, Megan Thee Stallion, Young Dolph, BIG30, and Gucci Mane. This week, the Arkansas talent delivers a new visual from said release for “Last Real Trap Rapper,” which is produced by Lex Beatz, Heavy in the Chevy, and 4MADEDAT and sees Freddie making his authenticity very clear:
“Nigga, I’m the last real trap rapper, go and ask the streets, they gone trap stamp him, nigga, I’m the last real trap rapper, what you came to buy? And I deliver, nigga, I’m the last real trap rapper, Rocky Balboa, beat the pack nigga, nigga, I’m the last real trap rapper, well, well, well-known fact nigga...”
Directed by Keemotion and Bankroll Freddie himself, the accompanying clip takes place in a single location — someone’s backyard — yet gets creative by telling different stories within. Viewers can see Freddie showing off money and jewelry, performing in front of a purple Lamborghini with bags of weed on its hood, and “recording” in a makeshift studio booth (where he robs another individual for his valuables) — all of which presumably symbolizes various moments in the rapper’s life.
As one of Quality Control’s newest artists, last year saw Bankroll Freddie dropping off the well-received From Trap To Rap, a 14-track offering that saw contributions from Moneybagg Yo, Dolph, Lil Baby, Lil Yachty, Renni Rucci, and Trapboy Freddy. In addition to notable singles like “Quarantine Flow,” Freddie could also be heard on songs like Crenshaw Biggie’s “Ran It Up,” Studieo’s “Bag A Lil Different” alongside Skooly, Lil Quez’s “Spin,” and Young Scooter and Zaytoven’s “Trap Slow.” He was also recently spotted in the Young Stoner Life clip “Paid The Fine.”
Press play on “Last Real Trap Rapper” below.