Young Scrap rebrands love on “Trill and B.” Asking an artist whether they rap or sing typically ends in the response of “I do a little of both.” As cross-genre blending finds crooning and rhyming existing in similar space, Young Scrap embraces his incredible tones, while sprinkling in the appropriate amount of Hip-Hop to validate his take on love in the digital age. Originally premiering on Skee TV, Los Angles’ Scrap delivers a 16-track (18 if you count “Me and My B*tch” and “No Regular”) work that attempts to redefine the way we view love, lust, and relationships. Scrap’s authentic take on a more classic R&B sound blends fluidly with ACTUAL ability to rhyme, stamping “Trill and B” as a highly coveted project from one of LA’s emerging hybrid’s. The album’s opener, “Sounds” touches on many areas of the musical spectrum. Tracks like “Pyrex” and “Drugs” show us Scrap’s grittier trap side, leaving songs such as “Curious,” “Balance,” and “Main Ting” to carry the rhythm and blues load. Two years of hard work and recording nearly 300 records, Young Scrap’s work ethic and dedication to both crafts is evident on this body of work. “Trill and B” takes the reigns of reigniting the intrinsic value of love; a sonic documentation that pulls at the heartstrings of the hopeless-romantic, while staying close to the rugged rap narrative that gives the project it’s “Trill” moniker. Regardless whether Scrap is spitting bars of hitting falsettos, the album impresses across the board, positioning him as one of the new wave’s most formidable shapers. It’s all in the love.
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