New York has a very rich history of birthing some of the greatest hip-hop artists of our time. From Jay-Z, Biggie, and Nas to the present-day artists like Cardi B, Sheck Wes, Asap Rocky, and Tekashi 69. New York will always have heavy influence on the rap game and overall trendsetting.
Brooklyn rapper TrifeDrew plans to make his mark on the rap game, which in a way he already has. The Brooklyn native has worked with multi-platinum rapper Tekashi 69 for the past 4 years as a videographer. He’s shot some of his most captivating music videos with hundreds of millions of views. Trife also helped the “FeFe” rapper with producing his debut album contributing vocals on “WONDO” & “KANGA”. The last song on the album “DUMMY” featured a verse from TrifeDrew, which boosted his street buzz and had fans steaming his music.
Yet to release a full project, TrifeDrew recently dropped his debut single, “Baby Mama”. The song is streaming on all platforms and is making its way through hip-hop circuits. Continuing to push the single, Trife plans to keep working on more music and growing fan base.