Trae Tha Truth Drops Two New Visuals “Friends” and “Dayz I Prayed” off 48 Hours Later Project

Grand Hustle/ABN’s own Trae Tha Truth just dropped off two new videos, “Dayz I Prayed” and “Friends” exclusively with Complex.

{Via Complex} “This is one of my favorite songs off the 48 Hours Later tape,” Trae told Complex of the “Friends ” video. “It brings Texas culture back to where we started, the Screw era. Rest in peace, Screw and Fat Pat.” As for “Dayz I Prayed,” Trae said he crafted the melodies as a nod to his original style. “This is the first song I recorded after I stopped rapping to save lives for a year straight, and one of my favorites,” he said. “The melodies bring my original style back.”

Thursday, Trae hit Complex with the exclusive premiere of both “Friends” and “Dayz I Prayed.”

Earlier this month, Trae visited Florida in an effort to help those affected by Hurricane Michael damage. “Florida needs help right now,” he said in an Instagram video upon arrival. “I’ve been through a lot of disasters and seen a lot of things and I ain’t never seen nothing like this. Houses ripped off foundations, trees sticking through the roof, cars and RVs and buses flipped. They need help . . . When we say ‘Help Florida,’ we mean helping everybody, not just one section.” Trae was previously among those honored during Houston’s Harvey Heroes Day for his efforts in helping rebuild the Texas city following Hurricane Harvey.

Tip “T.I.”Harris Hosts Exclusive ‘Dime Trap’ Listening Event at Trap Music Museum

October 4th, Iconic rap artist Tip “T.I.” Harris hosted the exclusive Atlanta listening party for his tenth studio album, Dime Trap. Held at the acclaimed pop-up TrapMusic Museum, the event hosted hundreds of celebrities, influencers and longtime supporters who joined Tip for a first listen of the new album before it was released at midnight. As guests entered, they were greeted by the all black orchestra, Orchestra Noir, who performed new music from the album, including ‘Jefe’ ft. Meek Mill, Wraith ft. Yo Gotti and Weekend ft. Young Thug.

Inside, guests were able to walk through the Trap Music Museum’s exhibits and learn more about the genre and culture that Tip brought to the forefront. The event also helped commemorate the 15th anniversary of Tip’s notorious album, Trap Muzik, which sparked the trap music genre. Tito’s Vodka and Hendrick’s Gin powered the event for the evening with well-crafted themed cocktails. Brave guests tried their luck at the first ever “Escape the Trap” Escape Room, located inside the museum. Tip greeted the crowd and gave a little history on the evolution of himself and his musical career.

Following the introduction, Tip played the album from top to bottom. The crowd vibed to the new songs, including “Jefe” and “Wraith”, which were released in September. “I really made a conscious effort to challenge myself lyrically and musically for this project to make it special for y’all. To make it new, fresh and nostalgic at the same time for the core fans, while finding ways to attract the young’ns who only know me from Antman & Family Hustle. Thank you to all involved no matter how major or minute your role was. This experience I’ve had on album X has been surreal and amazing. Dime Trap out now”, Tip stated.

Dime Trap is available now on all music platforms.

Video Credit: Urban Scope

Notables in Attendance:
The Harris Family, DJ Drama, Mannie Fresh, Trae Tha Truth, Young Dro, YFN Lucci, Young Joc, Reginae Carter, DC Young Fly, Angela Yee, DJ Sense, LeToya Luckett, J. Prince, Collipark, Angela McCoughtry, Big Tigger, Headkrack, J Nicks, DJ Kash, Sheree Whitfield, Kodie Shane, Scotty ATL, Akbar V, Brad James, Lotto Savage, Loso Loaded, Paper Lovee, GFMBRYYCE, Yung Booke, London Jae, Translee, Joe Green, Blame it on Kway, Spice, Just Brittany, Natalie Nunn, Estelita, Robin Hood Trae, Bryan Michael Cox, Kawan “KP” Prather, Chaka Zulu, Tuma Basa (YouTube), Fadia Kader (Instagram), Mali Hunter, Ray Daniels, Fly of TIG Records, Cortez Bryant, Amina Diop, Invest Atlanta.

Thank you to the Event Sponsors: Epic Records, Grand Hustle, Akoo, Tito’s Vodka and Hendrick’s Gin.

Photo Credit: Prince Williams of ATL Pics

DJ Drama, T.I.
Orchestra Noir
T.I., Bryan Michael Cox and Mannie Fresh
YFN Lucci, T.I.
J. Prince and Trae The Truth
T.I. and Domani Harris
T.I. and Tiny Harris
DC Young Fly, Mali Hunter, Trae The Truth and T.I.
Angela Yee and Janet Bolden of Bossip
Reginae Carter
Kawan “KP” Prather
Letoya Luckett
London Jae, Akbar V, Cortez Bryant and T.I.

Houston Legend Trae Tha Truth Releases Visual for New Single “Barre” On 48 Hours Later Project

Houston native Trae Tha Truth, takes us back to his Screw Music roots with his latest single, “Barre“, off his newly released project 48 Hours Later. The lyrics depict a time in which the popular Houston screw culture of drugs, lean, and the party lifestyle overcame him… leading him to a state of euphoria. The video gives the viewer a glimpse of Trae’s world and his surroundings with the emotional piece. His latest project “48 Hours Later” is now available on all digital platforms.

Trae Tha Truth – “Fo I Die” Out Now, ’48 Hours Later’ to Drop at Midnight

In celebration of his upcoming mixtape release, 48 Hours Later, Trae Tha Truth drops off another fire track Fo I Die off the project. This track hones Trae’s melodic voice over a symphonic beat with a touch of a true Houston ‘screwed and chopped’ music style. This track, produced by Xay3, tells a story of a man embracing all of the goals and accolades he wants to reach for his family, career and life before he dies. With this new project, 48 Hours Later, Trae is really stepping back into his Texas roots presenting hip-hop fans with the nostalgic screwed up music vibe while rapping about current events and issues.

48 Hours Later is set to release at midnight, June 27th, on all digital platforms.

Trae Tha Truth – “Barre” Out Now

Houston native Trae Tha Truth, goes back to his Screw Music roots with his latest released single, “Barre“, off his upcoming project 48 Hours Later. In this track Trae Tha Truth recalls a songwriting experience in which the popular Houston screw culture drug, Lean, completely overcame him… leading him to a state of euphoria. This story showcases the variety of feelings Trae has in regards to addiction, the new drug culture in hip hop and more. His upcoming tape, 48 Hours Later, is set to release June 27th on all digital platforms.

Trae Tha Truth Set to Relaunch HIs Hilarious Animated Series on 420TV

Houston legend, Trae Tha Truth, will be kicking back off his self titled cartoon series on the new 420TV, a cannibis-centric video on-demand channel. This notable series features cameos from some of the top celebrities such as Snoop Dogg, Marlon Wayans, T.I. and Rick Ross, to name a few.This upcoming season will host 10 new episodes of comical storylines and scenarios with Trae and friends.

Trae recently sat down with XXL to discuss the series and whats to come from it.

Read full interview here

Trae Tha Truth – “Thuggin” (feat. Young Thug and Skippa Da Flippa) [Music Video]


Houston rap legend, Trae Tha Truth, kicks off October with a dope visual to one of his recent singles, Thuggin, off his latest album – Tha Truth, Pt. 3. This hot track features rap star Young Thug and lyricist Skippa Da Flippa. Trae Tha Truth continues to show his ability to drop dope music time and time again.

Trae Tha Truth Drops Uplifting Video ‘Tryin’ to Figure It Out (Houston Hurricane Harvey Dedication)’



Although Houston has been faced with much destruction following the hard hit of Hurricane Harvey in late August, Grand Hustle’s own Trae Tha Truth has played a vital role in being a trusted resource for support, rescue services and help for his community. Trae, who is highly known for his humanitarian efforts in Houston, has dedicated his every day to bringing Texas together and continue to re-build their communities together, as one. Yesterday, Trae re-released an empowering record from his 2015 album Tha Truth titled, Trying to Figure It Out and shot an enlightening video to showcase the devastation caused by Harvey. This stirring visual contains news clips of reporters speaking on the aftermath of Harvey, while conveying the melancholy mood of the residents of Houston.

Watch the new visual to Trying to Figure it Out on

Houston Legend Trae Tha Truth Dives Right In to Save Victims of Hurricane Harvey Including NBA Guard Jonathon Simmons


Houston’s own Trae Tha Truth took matters into his own hands this past week, joining the Houston Fire Departments rescue team for Hurricane Harvey victims. The legendary Grand Hustle hip hop artist has always been known for his major philanthropic efforts in the Houston community, even being named to receive the keys to the city of Houston by Mayor Sylvester Turner. Unfortunately that ceremony would turn into Trae showcasing why he deserves such an honor; spending his celebration day in boats riding across the city of Houston helping families to safety, including Orlando Magic’s own Jonathon Simmons. “Trae tha Truth, the rapper, is from Houston and we know a mutual friend from San Antonio. They brought a boat to Houston because Trae had to evacuate as well,” Simmons said. “They came and got Trae and then he came and got us right away. Luckily, I had a friend in the area who could help us out.” Trae has been restless this past week making sure he does all he can to help rescue the people of Houston, as well as enlist his celebrity/athlete friends to donate funds and supplies to organizations and shelters throughout the community.

Hurricane Harvey is a category 4 hurricane which hit landfall in the Houston, TX area on Friday, August 25th. Since then, the city of Houston has experienced between 20-50 inches of rainfall, leaving many areas of this thriving city underwater. Harvey has now moved towards Port Arthur, TX completely leaving the entire small town submerged under water.

Help Trae Tha Truth and Texas as they fight to continue to save lives, provide supplies and resources to the community as well as develop ways to assist in restoring the community.

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