Although Houston rapper Trae has always held it down for the underground, he has never been able to convert his hard work into mainstream success. Trying to finally put that problem to the side, Trae has released the obligatory “track for the ladies,” Ghetto Queen. Promising that he will one day leave the hood with his woman in tow, Trae defends his lady by threatening to unleash ammo on anyone who would dare cross her (how sweet is that?). Rich Boy and Lloyd add some star power, and I.N.F.O. & NOVA top off Ghetto Queen like a cherry on a sundae. But will Trae finally get that major shine? October 23’s release of Life Goes On should answer that question.
Written by Burmy on 10/15/07
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