I’ve always admired Southern rappers’ ability to make the most unlikely pairs of words rhyme, but damn—Young Thug takes it to the next level on Trae Tha Truth‘s new single. On this whip-ready promo cut, the YMCMB signee manages to blur the line between “Try Me” and “trolley.” And no, he’s not talking about streetcars. While Thug’s mushmouthed contributions are likely to be as polarizing as ever, fans of H-Town hip-hop will undoubtedly enjoy the booming tough-talk Trae delivers over Business Boi and Killa Quise‘s trap-tinged boardwork. Unattached to any forthcoming project, Try Me can be purchased now as a single on iTunes.
Written by richard on 08/1/14
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