Though that living in the City of Angels was all it took be a true Los Angeles repper? Think again. On this newly-released remix of his latest single, Trek Life demonstrates that it’s a little more subtle than that, running through the many and varied qualities that make him “So L.A..” Backed by J. Bizness’ exultant, brass-sampled production, this hometown anthem is just one of many fresh records to be found on Wouldn’t Change Nothing, a collection featuring 12 remixes of cuts off Trek’s 2010 Everything Changed Nothing LP, along with two original jams. The project is available now for digital download, and will hit store shelves in CD format August 9.
Written by richard on 07/28/11
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