Trae tells it like it is. He’s too hot, too fly, and you’re not. If his guttural voice is any indication of how intimidating he is in real life, you had better not disagree. His new single, Too Hot, finds him in typical form: gruff, self-involved, and as tied to the hood as ever. Sure, his lyrical content may not be the most original out there, but he has never pretended to be anything more than a street reporter. Producer Track Bangers delivers a booming Southern beat that caters to Trae’s style, resulting in a track that has Houston written all over it. Too Hot will appear on his third studio album, Tha Truth, which is currently set to follow the release of his ABN‘s LP drop this Tuesday.
Written by Charlie E. on 07/13/08
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