With Detroit’s Hottest New Artist, Dallas’ Trapboy Freddy Continues 2020 Run In Wavy New Visual.
Hip Hop stars on the rise bring the trap to the burbs.
Thanks to his widespread hit “Lil Quita,” Dallas rapper, Trapboy Freddy, is one of the most exciting new artist-to-watch in today’s Hip Hop. Preparing for a big fourth-quarter drive, Big Trap takes a trip to Detroit and taps in with Lil Baby-protege 42 Dugg (“We Paid”) for a big money conversation by the pool in the new visual, titled, “Sum Mo.”
Directed by Bpace, Freddy and Dugg are new to the neighborhood and welcome their new neighbors with a pool full of voluptuous women, endless bottles of top-shelf, and hilarious hood antics. Trapboy’s playful swag and Dugg’s laid back persona make for great chemistry as the two trade heavy hustler’s coded raps over the 808s. Shown below, Trapboy previewed the anticipated collaboration in early August on Instagram.
“Sum Mo” is the second single release in a matter of weeks by Trapboy following his August 2020 single, “AP.” Both “AP” and “Sum Mo” are scheduled to appear on Trapboy’s upcoming mixtape,Big Trap. The Oak Cliff native had a breakout Summer with the high profile collaboration project, I’m My Brother’s Keeper, with popular Dallas rapper Yella Beezy (“That’s On Me”). The project produced hit songs “Ride,” “Raccs” and “Yeen Like That.”
Trapboy Freddy developed Southern notoriety with early street hits like “Bankroll,” “Project Youngin” and “Go.” His catalog includes star-studded collaborations with Young Thug, YFN Lucci, Mozzy, and Tokyo Jetz. Trapboy Freddy signed with 300 in 2018.
Watch the new Trapboy Freddy & 42 Dugg’s visual now.