Following his performance trek on the Monster Energy Outbreak Tour with Smokepurpp, Larry June is picking up right where he left off by delivering new heat with his latest effort, “Trap Trap Trap.”
Produced by Sledgren, June pops out with his signature drawl, switching between boasts about stacking coins and of course, being the healthiest dude in this rap game. Towards the end of the cut, you can even hear him give a hilarious PSA about keeping flax seeds on him at all times.
“I’m smoking on the high grade (on the high grade, the high grade)/Been macking since the ninth grade (the ninth grade, the ninth grade)/Every day I get paid (get paid, get paid)/Eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh/Driving with my eyes closed (eyes closed)/Still dodging potholes (potholes),” he delivers on the rattling beat.
For those unfamiliar, the San Francisco native has made quite a name for himself through his music and unwavering stance on maintaining a “Healthy” lifestyle. Larry’s explosion onto the music scene began in 2016, and he’s kept fans satisfied with the release of fan favorites Larry Two and 4 Deep No Sleep.
At the top of this year, the rising MC gifted fans with You’re Doing Good, a 10-track project featuring guest appearances from Jazz Cartier, Chuck Inglish, Ye Ali and Tyus. Currently, Larry has been gearing up for the follow-up to the aforementioned project by teasing the forthcoming Sock It to Me Pt. 2 on social media.
“Trap Trap Trap” arrives as just a taste of what Larry’s been cooking up. Take a full listen below.
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