18 Songs, 1 Hour 18 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Trae tha Truth’s tough yet melodic street-rap style is laid out in brutal detail on one of his most potent releases, the special-guest-heavy Tha Truth, Pt. 3. On the Lil Durk-featuring “FrFr,” he’s backed by grim keys, booming bass, and heavy percussion. The Houston rapper switches things up with the trippy glitches of “Fallin Down,” which incorporates a soulful hook from singer DRAM, while “Thuggin,” a collaboration with Young Thug and Skippa Da Flippa, has enough force to crumble concrete.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Trae tha Truth’s tough yet melodic street-rap style is laid out in brutal detail on one of his most potent releases, the special-guest-heavy Tha Truth, Pt. 3. On the Lil Durk-featuring “FrFr,” he’s backed by grim keys, booming bass, and heavy percussion. The Houston rapper switches things up with the trippy glitches of “Fallin Down,” which incorporates a soulful hook from singer DRAM, while “Thuggin,” a collaboration with Young Thug and Skippa Da Flippa, has enough force to crumble concrete.

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