TrapGadezZ Records Her Version On The Dangerous Gad Riddim

The Dangerous Gad Riddim has gotten alot of attention from Artiste and Producers worldwide. The Riddim compilation is in full effect now from Gadzone RecordZ Studio in Ghana West Africa. Among the Artiste to perform their version of the riddim was TrapGadezz. TrapGadezZ is the spoken word performance of the group. Her song includes references to a childhood nursery rhyme loopty loo. She reflects on her childhood growing up in St. Louis Missouri. Her Grandmother, MayDella Perry, called her Lucy thereby she states “I’m Lucy from the Lou”, the Lou is short slang for St.Louis.
“I am very proud of this project and all the attention it is getting. I wanted to give a brief recollection of my childhood and a little bit of what was going on then. Jeff-Vander-Lou JVL, inner city neighborhood with higher then normal crime rates. The corner store, owned by a Husband and Wife, playing outside with my friends. An acknowledgement to those who came before me and those who have supported me. Doing a very difficult time my classmates, friends and family rallied to help save my life, so yeah big up to my Viking family class of ’82, they are in my song.”

Anhauser Busch, Imos Pizza, The St. Louis Cardinals are all included in her verses. TrapGadezZ also states that, Maya Angelou and Nikki Giovanni had a big influence on her poetic style. Maya Angelou born in St. Louis, also stayed in Ghana with her Aunt Alice Windom in the late 60s. “Nelly and Cedric The Entertainer started out in St. Louis. We use to pack the clubs and pump them up. That’s our way we support each other.”
There are still more artiste coming to give their versions on Dangerous Gad Riddim. The Riddim is a Dancehall style beat produced by TrapGad one of the best Producers in Ghana. TrapGad has also done his version Along with BetterDays, Skykido, and Richy Vybz with many more to come.
We expect this to be a huge success. All interested Artiste worldwide are encouraged to contact us for more information.

By TrapGad

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