Already heralded as one of the best producers in the Midwest, thanks to work with fellow Chicago icons Twista and Do or Die, Traxster is ready to take his hustle full circle in ‘08. In addition to running his own label, Traxster Inc., the versatile artist/business man has taken a direction similar to fellow Chi-Towner Kanye West and shifted from producing for rappers to rapping himself. On his first single, Body Language, Traxster proves this transition can be done smoothly as he adapts his favorite clients’ fast-paced flow. Proven hometown hook man Johnny P delivers (once again) with smooth vocals and Trax’ shows off his production work with a trademark hi-hat beat. For more bedroom bangers check out The Return of Gangsta Music, hitting stores and online retailers on April 8.
Written by Burmy on 02/27/08
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