Boston rapper Latrell James has released a dope new single titled “Tracphone”. As this is his first offering of the year, he made sure to push his original sound to new heights.
Having worked with hot shots J.I.D, Lil Dicky, Cousin Stizz, and more recent J. Cole, James is ready for the big leagues. On this song you will hear him rapping about being on like a “Tracphone” over a self produced beat.
His raw lyrics mixed with his confident tone and creativity, is a direct result of his progression as an artist. When asked about what Tracphone means to him he responded “Tracphone to me is when you no longer feel like you belong in a place where you grew up”.
As many creatives can relate to James’s message, anyone who has outgrown their hometown will understand the necessity of this single.
Check it out below.
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