Artist Feature: TrigguhTreco

Artist Feature: TrigguhTreco

Artist Feature: TrigguhTreco

TrigguhTreco, rapper hailing out of Broward County, blesses us with his hyphy flows and dope beats. On the song above “Wonder”, he talks about his life and asks the question “Why?” He wonders why “Niggas wanna hate, act fake, snitch,” and that no matter what those around him are doing, he’s still gonna be on his grind and nothing is going to stop him from making it. A short, beat heavy flow makes TrigguhTreco able to make bangers that one can funk and get hype to.

Treco’s inspirations are funk heavy trap rappers like Wayne, Chief Keef, Lil Durk, La Capone, Future and Migos as well as newer rappers Famous Dex and Rich the Kid. One can hear the influences with his own South Florida style added onto it, making his music bang through your headphones and your head rock to the bass.

When asked about how Treco makes his songs, he said that when he feels the beat, he spits to it. When he feels the beat it’s like the beat reaches out and speaks to him. If the beat doesn’t go hard or it doesn’t speak to him then he doesn’t like it and won’t write to it. That can help explain why songs such as “Wonder” and an “Frontin” by Treco are such funks.

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