Never One To Mince Words, The Dallas Rapper’s Newest Single Is Another Stark Commentary On His Late Rival Mo3’s Murder, As Well As Their Long-Running Beef.
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Welcome to Song of the Day, where we hip you to all the new local releases you should be caring about. By highlighting one new North Texas-sprung tune every week day, our hope is that you’ll find something new to love about the rich and abundant DFW music scene five days a week. Trapboy Freddy — “Laugh Now”RIYL: khiêu vũ on graves.What else you should know: Unlượt thích other emcees, Trapboy Freddy has never really been one for innuenbởi.Instead, the “Big Trap” rapper has pretty much always just lyrically called things like he sees them. And, hey, it’s a Model that’s mostly worked out for the Errol Spence-approved performer. There’s no denying that, really: Among muốn other recent successes, the simple fact of the matter is that Trapboy’s 2019 hit “Lil Quita” remains one of the top rap tracks lớn emerge from the region in recent years. And that tuy vậy, as with most of his material, is deliciously straightforward in with its homages lớn Dallas street culture.So, sure, of course his most recent material continues this trover. It’s just, y’know, a little wild how far he seems willing khổng lồ take things these days, is all.There’s no real questioning that his most recent material — the January-released “Hypocrite” and, now, his new single “Laugh Now” — is pretty transparently targeted at his onetime friend và later rival Mo3, who was murdered on Interstate 35-E in November. What’s surprising — yes, even despite his history of telling it lượt thích it is — is that Trapboy doesn’t really skimp on the details of the situation in either of his most recent cuts, which combine khổng lồ make for some stark reveals.On “Hypocrite”, he touches on some specifics relating to lớn what has become Dallas’ most prominent rap beef perhaps ever — an orkhuyến mãi that dates back to at least 2017 và intertwines his cthảm bại friover Yella Beezy, Fort Worth rapper Go Yayo and Dallas comedian Roy Lee in addition to lớn himself and the late Mo3.