Tag: The Legendary Traxster
Produced by The Legendary Traxster
Ms. London catches a body on her latest crime scene, “Slay.” Traxster, of course, slays the beat as well. Looks like Tia is coming full force this spring/summer, so keep an open eye for a slew of new music. “Slay” is the way.
Produced by The Legendary Traxster.
Mikkey and Tia London try to figure out exactly what love is on this new joint that you can give a listen below. The single is also available for purchase on iTunes, so be sure to cop it if you need the mp3.
Mikkey’s new project, Bulletproof Dreams, is due out later this year.
Produced by Savo
Traxster Inc. brings us something new from their camp right before Halloween comes to a close. You’ve seen plenty of goons and goblins walking the streets tonight, but Dutch is going to introduce you to a monster. Don’t go to sleep.
It’s been exactly 15 years since Twista and his cronies, the Speedknot Mobstaz, dropped their undisputed classic, Mobstability (well, 15 years ago yesterday to be exact. October 6, 1998.) Twista’s Adrenaline Rush was a regional smash a year prior in 1997, and T upped the ante in ’98 by bringing two of his homies along to help with the heavy lifting, Liffy Stokes and Mayz. On some days, I might declare that Mobstability is a superior album to Adrenaline Rush (but I emphasize on some days). Why? Well, Traxster produced both projects in full, and on Mobstability Traxster took a step in a more commercial direction. His production sounded fuller, more radio ready.
As hard as it is to believe, Aaliyah passed away 12 years ago yesterday. It’s been over a decade since her passing — and we’re slowly creeping up on 15 years, which is just crazy. In dedication, Traxster Inc. songstress Tia London got with Trax to flip some Aaliyah favorites in her memory.
R.I.P. Give it a listen below.
Something insightful and introspective from Trax’s forthcoming album, Long Live The King. Here, Trax, Tia and Sav find it hard to curb life’s pains, but they continue to carry on. You can cop the single here, and stream below.
If you work in Chicago hip-hop, chances are you owe Traxster a few favors. I mean, that pretty much goes without saying, no? He’s one of the Godfather’s in this thing here, so kiss the ring and pay your respects by downloading his new instrumental album, You Owe Me A Favor, below.
Trax has every reason in the world to charge you absurd rates for his beats, but he’s nice enough to give you a new project chock full of unheard heat for free today. Show gratitude.