At the top of the month, Traxx Trigga made his Booth debut as a solo artist with Co-Kane, a reader-acclaimed standout off his next street album. Today, the Jersey representative returns with a fresh single off the same project, but this time around he’s performing under his legal moniker, Don Michael Jr. Sure, the change-up is a little confusing, but No Seats At The Top proves that a dope artist by any other name still sounds as sweet. The Screwface signee once again handles production as well as mic duties, creating a moody choral-synth beat to accompany his forceful, yet self-assured commentary on the hustle. Released May 20, Don’s Threeday LP is available now for purchase on iTunes.
Written by richard on 07/31/14
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