It’s been a couple of years since Trae & Z-Ro have hit the stage together, but this past weekend, they held their reunion show in Houston. Reunited and it feels so good.
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Ain’t nothing stopping Trae from releasing new music. So without further ado, here’s his current offering. uhtn
The good always die young. Unfortunately, Trae experienced the loss of a close friend a few weeks back and dedicates his take of Drake’s “Look What You’ve Done” to the ABN affiliate. R.I.P. Money Clip D! uhtn
Mystikal shows and proves that he hasn’t lost his touch as he lends his flow to Trae’s latest track featuring Tech N9ne and Day 26’s Brian Angel. Produced by TrackBangs. uhtn
Trae continued his video shoot for his
For Trae’s new video, he and Jada take a trip down in Rozay’s Port of Miami to accompany their remix. Directed by Shutah Films. In other news, Trae recently opened a new Children’s shelter in Houston. Marvelous. wshh
Don’t hate the playa, hate the game. And for Trae’s latest freestyle, he gets his rocks off with Tunechi and Drizzy’s “She Will”. More heat from Trae coming soon. uhtn
[vodpod id=Video.15459323&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] Better keep that thing aside. Here’s the latest video from Trae Tha Truth featuring Pyrexx. Hopefully by now you have Trae’s Street King in arm’s reach.
The day after Dallas, Cole brought his tour across town to Austin’s Emo’s East and brought out Trae once again for “Getting Paid” on Saturday night. Damn, TX was popping this weekend.
It was a Cole World in Houston last night as J.Cole brought his tour to the Warehouse. During his performance, he brought out Uncle Bun and the Street King. “Get Throwed” below. hhnm