Trap music is a sound laced with earth shattering bass, and cinematic synthesizers. At its core, it is a biographical tale of what rappers in the south have witnessed, experienced in struggling urban areas; it’s a story of sacrifice. It’s music that digs through your soul and makes you want to dance. The freshest crew to take the torch of this genre of music into the new generation is Migos. Twenty-somethings Takeoff, Quavo, and Offset comprise this group whose music has been saturating parties, strip joints, clubs and bars all across America.
The ascension to stardom for the rap trio has not been all peaches and cream this year for the rap trio. They recently got into a bit of trouble on the campus of Georgia Southern University where they were caught with weapons and drugs. Quavo, the cousin of Offset, is presently doing time in jail because of it. “ Everyone gets slapped on the wrist,” said Quavo in an interview earlier this year for Rolling Stone Magazine.