Thankfully, we have emcees like Trek Life to drop records that remind us of the true essence of Hip-Hop. With his latest release, Just the Music, you can’t help but think about summer days as a kid, riding in your mother’s car hearing your favorite record come on the radio. Like the intro suggests, “this is a love song, to the people who love songs,” a vibe only only enhanced by Trek’s smooth lyricism and Duke Westlake‘s superb production This is the first release off of his upcoming album, Hometown Foreigner, due out April 2, and entirely produced by Westlake. The album will also feature verses from yU, Oddisee, Bishop Lamont, Richard Wright, and more. Be sure to check back with us for any upcoming releases from the Cali veteran.
Written by Joven Haye on 03/11/13
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