Davon Prather has only been making music as Trapo for a short while, but the Madison, Wisconsin teenager’s output has resonated deeply across the internet and in his hometown. After turning heads with his debut EP, The Black Beverly Hills, late last year, Trapo returned at the end of March with a conceptual follow-up project entitled SHE, a soul-infused body of work that takes cues from noted influences like Mick Jenkins and Isaiah Rashad.
On the project’s second track, “She Moved On,” Trapo jockeys back and forth between pitch-shifted vocal hooks and raspy rapped verses, leaning on a dreary beat to accentuate feelings of inadequacy in the eyes of another.
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