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Brooklyn rapper Young Lito shares visual for ‘Trauma’ freestyle: Watch

Young Lito describes a traumatizing period of life, where the common goal was to survive by any means necessary.

 

Brooklyn rapper, Young Lito, boasts his hustler mindset with the release of the visual for his ‘Trauma’ freestyle. On his adaptation of the Meek Mill, originally Mobb Deep track, he raps about his constant hustling from deciding to trap as oppose to hooping, although his game might still be up there. Young Lito describes a traumatizing period of life, where the common goal was to survive by any means necessary. He continues on to talk about being multifaceted, being able to rap and still make a come up trapping. The visual follows Young Lito around the New York City underpass and the nearby playground court. His lyrically paints his reality in a tactful way, which allows for the visual to be a simple complimentary piece. Be sure to check out the visual for Young Lito’s trauma below.


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