Tag: The Legendary Traxster
Earlier this year, Do Or Die hit us with new music (“Do Ur Thang”) and I think it’s safe to say that we can expect more very soon. The trio have enlisted the help of The Legendary Traxster for their new project and we can get a taste of what to expect in the footage from a recent studio session above.
Hopefully, we’ll get to hear something from this session soon.
On episode 14, we sit down with a Chicago hip-hop pioneer by the name of The Legendary Traxster. Yeah, you might’ve heard of him. Trax gives us a run down of his career, as well as walks us through the early days of Chicago hip-hop. We talk about the Illstate Assassins, Operation Push’s early impact on Chi rap, Do or Die and “Po Pimp,” Rap-A-Lot, Twista’s Adrenaline Rush, fighting Naughty By Nature with cattle prods and much more. This here is a classic episode, and history lesson.
Now, we had so much to talk about we ran out of time, so we’re definitely doing a part two (we only got to the late 90s) with. If you’re interested in watching the video, you can catch that below the cut. Hit the jump to listen.
Produced by The Legendary Traxster.
Traxster decided to liberate the second official offering from Twista’s new album, The Dark Horse, and it sounds pretty good. I think it’s safe to say, Twista’s 2-0 so far.
Dirty and clean versions below.
Traxster is back behind the mic. Why, you ask? Because he can. Duh. The Legendary one drops some memorable bars on this one — pay attention.
For the latest installment of Twista and The Legendary Traxster’s BTS look at process behind The Dark Horse album, we find the two back in the Windy.
From the sound of it, this album’s going to be a problem. Can’t wait.
Yes, you read that correctly — The Mob is back. With Traxster behind the boards, CWAL lets everyone know that they’re not new to this.
The Legendary Traxster has been holed away in an undisclosed studio in NYC over the past few weeks, diligently working with Kanye West and the G.O.O.D. Music camp. While we’re not 100% sure what project he’s working on (it’s likely the G.O.O.D. comp), we did catch him in a pic a few weeks ago with Ye, Jadakiss, Busta Rhymes, Fat Joe and Mos Def.
Above is some video footage from the G.O.O.D. sessions.