Young Trap- “Too Much Sauce”
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If an artist’s life trajectory is deﬁned by accomplishments and growing fan-base, industry executive’s ears should be tuned to the sound of Young Trap. The CEO of Debonaire Music Group, known for giving listeners stellar verses and unique wordplay teams up with producers: Drumma Boy, D4L Gamble, Ollie Moore, Marc Johnson, and Mex Manny to bring you his tremendous catalog of music.
Throughout his decorated career, the Memphis, Tennessee native has been hard working and consistently putting out music. Trap started out rapping with a local group called “Da Ridahz” in 9th grade. They went on to put out 2 albums that did well in the streets. During high school is where Trap met Drumma Boy. Drumma produced both “Da Ridahz” albums. Trap and Drumma Boy still remain good friends today.
Now living in Atlanta, Georgia Trap released his first solo album entitled “Money Talk” which was released on September 20th, 2010. The album did well in the streets giving Trap a household name in Atlanta. Trap went on to release (I’m Young Trap) produced by Drumma Boy and quickly picked up several radio stations and practically killed the night club scene in the South East. Trap followed up with the single (Yea) produced by Marc Johnson which had a huge impact on clubs and mix show.
Young Trap started off promotions for his second album/mixtape “Debonaire Music” hosted by Dj Smallz and Dj ShureFire with the single (Money Money Money) ft Rocko. “Debonaire Music” was released on August 8th, 2013. The song gained national attention and debuted on several mixtapes. The “Debonaire Music” album/mixtape was just icing on the cake and Trap now has a huge following and is well known amongst industry insiders.
Young Trap’s third solo album/mixtape “Debonaire Music 2” hosted by DJ MLK (Ti’s official DJ) was released on October 19th, 2013. This is the second installment of the “Debonaire Music” mixtape series. This body of work starts off with an introspective intro about Trap’s life growing up. The mixtape/album then progresses into a huge array of club singles with songs like “Money Maker” and “Clap That Ass”. Towards the end of the album Trap goes back into his life with records like ”In These Streets” and “Pretty Start Ugly Ending”. Overall this album/mixtape is very aggressive and definitely shows his growth as a writer.
Young Trap’s fourth album/mixtape “Debonaire Music 3” hosted by Dj Infamous VA was released on August 7th, 2014. This album is his best body of work so far. He started out promotion with the single “What She Sayin” which took off in clubs and radio all over the Southeast. The video for “What She Sayin” aired on major television networks and websites all over the internet. This album took Trap to another level in his career and there is no looking back now.
Lyrically, Trap out shines competitors with his brash delivery, which can be attributed to the inﬂuence of: 2pac, Scarface, Nas, Jay-z, Bone Thugs in Harmony, No Limit Soldiers, and 8 Ball & MJG. Although, he is equipped lyrically, learning the ins and outs of the industry is of paramount concern to Trap. Staying true to his own motto, “Go Hard, Whatever it Takes, and By Any Means,” Trap plans for his clothing line “Debonaire Apparel” to debut this year. Being on the relentless grind coupled with his overall talent as an artist, Young Trap is a welcoming breath of fresh air to an industry of cliché musicians.