Turn The Bass Up For 2017 MTV Woodies’ Host Rick Ross’ New Video 'Trap Trap Trap'
Check out the visuals for the hard-hitting track here...
To celebrate the release of his ninth studio-album Rather You Than Me, released worldwide today, Rick Ross has dropped a video for his new single ‘Trap Trap Trap’, and we think you’re going to want to turn up the bass for this one.
Shortly after hosting the 2017 MTV Woodies at SXSW last night, the Miami rapper premiered the video for the hard-hitting track, and it is classic Rozay. Directed by longtime-collaborator Ryan Snyder, the video blends cinematic, candid shots of Miami in the daytime with police cars, twerking, and other late-night revelry.
It also cuts to intense basketball shots, which makes sense given how bouncy the heavy bass is, thumping harder than last single 'I Think She Like Me', which featured Ty Dolla $ign.
This cut also features Atlanta’s Young Thug, whose faster flow compliments The Boss’ slower gruff verses, as well as Ross’ fellow MMG signee Wale. The result is an addictive cut that leans heavy on a trap tip, but if the song’s title is anything to go on, you probably know that already.
'Rather You Than Me' is available worldwide today.
By John Bell.
WATCH RICK ROSS' MUSIC VIDEO FOR 'I THINK SHE LIKE ME' HERE: