This well-rehearsed Trap music proceeded into the studio and then to mixing and production with Don Falcone Spaceship Eyes, Spirits Burning in his home studio. Don, whom I had met when I first arrived in SF in the early 80's, was a natural choice to work with.
Trap 'Beyond the Status Quo' had the pleasure of the first release in for the Musea label 'Gazul Records' the new sub label meant for the challenging genre from Musea. Thanks to France's Musea records for gracing Trap's first release. Trap's second incarnation 'Insurrection' came to fruition in the summer of after 'Beyond the Status Quo' was released in and a relocation to San Diego.
Soon Trap T2K "von Trap" yes humor began co-composing and performing live shows with multi-instrumentalist Warren Dale Infinity, French TV playing keyboards, woodwinds sometimes both at the same time. He introduced me to Chris Smith who soon became someone I would come to enjoy knowing and performing with on any musical adventure. Chris Smith plays guitars, guitar-synth, viola, violin and co-composition.
This special trio was capable of performing 'live' past and future Trap songs, as well as Cartoon arrangements, in live performance before starting the 'Insurrection' recording process. Nice set, great representation, very infectious, party worthy, and wonderfully dumb.
Sexy Trippy All Moods. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Sometimes, it comes off as cheesy and contrived. Scarface is notorious for his intelligent, dark, and violent lyrics, both in his solo career as well as his work with the Geto Boys, and The Diary is no different. Most of the time, an aggressive skit on a rap album just sounds like the audio of a scene out of a bad gangster movie at best and the cliffhanger finale of a soap opera at worst.
The third Twista album opens up with the exception, where the introduction is violent and accurate enough to be part of a Tarantino film, and most of the rest of the record is plenty hard and fast to soundtrack just about any killing.
Even the "slow jams" see above go harder than most songs. Dre um Killa? If you ask us, it is ever so slightly , in part because it was banned in certain areas both nationally and internationally upon release.
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