Bruza’s rollout for Backpack Trap has been pretty impressive thus far. From the videos, to the music, to the production and high quality approach — he’s really put his best foot forward. Today is the day we finally get the album, that does its best to blend street rap, with traditional hip-hop appeal. A best of both worlds, if you will. It’s not Death Row, but it’s not Rawkus either. It falls in the middle.
So enjoy what he’s put together for Backpack Trap. YP, Rockie Fresh and Bump J show up to aid and assist. There’s some great producers involved, too. Check out the finished product below.
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Damn he said 071 eastside that’s my hood how come I never heard of this dude