2 Chainz evolves. And apparently, this evolution includes no longer releasing albums dedicated to the trap.
Tity Boi has been one of the most ardent artists in trap music over the years. However, he seems to have changed his mind. On Saturday morning (July 17), he shared his epiphany with his fans on Twitter. âThis became my last trap album, enjoy it,â the Atlanta MC tweeted.
It’s unclear why Tit is moving in a different direction. It could be him who just wants to progress as an artist and not be cataloged in a subgenre. If his next album is indeed the last trap record, the former member of Playaz Circle has had a hell of a tour, which includes over 20 mixtapes, EPs and albums focused on the life of trap.
2 Chainz’s most recent album, So help me god, was released last November. It peaked at No. 15 on the Billboard 200 chart. In February, Tit announced he was planning a new project by tweeting: “Im Fina is dropping another project”. There has been no update on the new offering, but it has been reported that Chainz and Lil Wayne are wrapping up the sequel to their joint album, ColleGrove.
While trap music may soon become a thing of the past for the Pretty girls love trap music rhyming, he continues to take legal business steps in real life. Earlier this month, he announced an investment in a solar technology company. “So I invested in this company which essentially takes solar energy and conditions it for reuse even at night, a bit like a solar refinery,” he revealed on Twitter.
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