Tagged: trae tha truth
Welcome back to Mixtape Saturday, a weekly roundup of great rap tapes around the web hosted by FADER contributor Meaghan Garvey. This week, she talks about Lil Bibby’s breakout, Rich Homie Quan’s straight-faced emotionality, Tinashe’s … read more »
The second edition of the vitaminwater uncapped college shows, the most surprise-packed yet, took place in Houston last night in a tiny airplane hangar-like venue, literally called Venue. The show was awarded to the students … read more »
Trae Tha Truth has been steadily releasing freestyles over a legion of other rappers’ hits over the past few weeks, and now those efforts have been wrangled together in this Don Cannon-hosted collection, King of … read more »
Trae tha Truth puts on for his community in Houston, most famously during his annual Trae Day, a day of free school supplies and clothes for kids, as well as free HIV testing. “I’m not … read more »
Every Monday we’re sharing exclusive tracks from uncapped LIVE artists. This week brings selections from Houston and Seattle, with tracks by Trae tha Truth, bONE, J-Dawg, THEESatisfaction, Dyme Def and Helluvastate. Download: Houston and Seattle … read more »
Here’s Trae performing arguably his most enduring track, “Swang,” a tribute— aren’t they all tributes, really?—to screw music and the Houston pioneers that came before him.
Here’s a preview of the upcoming uncapped documentary on Trae tha Truth, the benevolent street king of Houston, featuring a priceless quote on his older brother’s lasting influence.
Even in normal daylight, Trae’s eyes stay in the shade, always cloaked in the perpetual darkness that fills his grittiest music. He’s quick to smile, though, happily flashing his grill about his kids, about another … read more »
** We finally got to tell you that we flew to L.A. and London to spent time with Wiz Khalifa and James Blake for our Spring Style issue. We interviewed father/son design team Casely-Hayford and … read more »
We put Wiz Khalifa on the front cover of our newest magazine because because his playful and relentless work ethic is helping folks reconsider how someone acts when they are famous, and resulting in some … read more »