The Trap Hip Hop movement has been a huge influence since its debut over a decade ago. In recent years, it has touched the Jamaican music scene, and lent some of its influence to the Dancehall and growing Jamaican Hip Hop movements. With artists like Aidonia, BakerSteez, Tommy Lee Sparta, and Rygin King showcasing different styles, newer artists like Rxp Flo stepped up to bring more strength to the new Jamaican Trap movement. Recently, he took his career to the next level with the release of his debut EP, “Trap Island“!
Consisting of 4 tracks, Rxp Flo has been on the scene building a buzz and collecting a steady following in the process. The release of his EP shows that he’s about business, and will not stop till he’s one of the top artists doing it. It has been a easy road, but he is determined to make it. The EP features production from Metro 17 and Riot Records. “Making this EP helped me realized that not everything will go your way, it doesn’t mean you should give up though. Always move forward regardless,” shared Rxp Flo. “I had lots of down time while working on this EP, but I was at my happiest when I was at the studio writing and recording. I made new friends along the way, but I’ve also seen people I considered friends show me their true colours. These experiences helped me put together a great project, and I wouldn’t change a thing because I was given lessons on patience, dedication, and learning to make my own moves.
The Jamaican Hip Hop movement is still growing, and we look forward to your support with these artists on the rise. Check out Rxp Flo’s “Trap Island” below, and share with a friend. Show us some love/follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.
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