Camerata Member Trell Scott’s “Beef 23:1”

Trell on Trell:

“Ima street nigga in and out, im just happen to be well read (i was
locked up for 12 months, reading books by the DOZEN lol) …and as a
point of honor to myself, i only speak on real life happenings even in
my braggadocio raps, i never fraud or lie, so i dont worry about
that..and yeah i noticed the exaggeration in Em’s and Tyler’s styles of
rapping, Em is in my top 9, but i would never write my shit like that
it’s too detached from reality for me…but as far as my audience, i
appeal first and foremost to myself, then the niggas on my block, then
the world, in that order…i’m gonna give people a version of the Street
Story relatable to all from my personal perspective..that’s my goal,
amongst other things…when i write i’m either telling a Story in a
simple way because i’m tryna deliver a message or talking shit as slicky
as i can (FLOW, metaphors, similes, double entredres, etc.) ….i
appreciate Meaningful Music almost as much as i appreciate Energy Music
(Club) and i plan to make the cream of the crop of both!”

Nothing more to be said, check the song

Martin Connor is a music teacher & writer from Philadelphia, PA, with a music degree of high distinction from Duke University who is currently studying for a master’s degree at Brandeis University in Boston, MA, while focusing his research on the vocal melodies of the rap genre. He has contributed freelance articles to HipHopDX, Complex, and Pigeons and Planes, and had multiple articles from his website, go viral on BET, The Source, XXL, and MTV. He teaches rap lessons online through the music school LessonFace, and has a book, The Artistry Of Rap Music, forthcoming from the McFarland Publishing House, scheduled for release in late 2017, as a follow-up to his 2014 contribution to their anthology "Eminem & Rap, Poetry, Race." He welcomes all comments, compliments, insults, and restaurant suggestions at [email protected].

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