Trae is one of the original chopped n’screwed rappers, and he continues to slow it down In The Hood. Trae’s hard lyrics and raspy voice go beyond the image of Houston’s now famous shinin, and Yung Joc puts in a smooth guest verse that will have you wondering if this is a remix of It’s Goin’ Down. If Trae has his way, the world will soon see what really goes down in the hood.
Written by Nathan S. on 02/21/07
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First DJ Booth Appearance:
"My Dubz ft. Trae (of the S.U.C.)" (2007)
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