If You’re Scared Stay Inside is the joint album by Trae Tha Truth and artist-activist Mysonne. That release saw 14 socially and politically charged cuts with some amazing contributions from Jim Jones, Black Thought, TJ Boyce, Jay’ton, Pastor Stephen A. Green, Nhale, Ink, and Sky Da God. Now, A presumptive fourth installment of Trae’s well-received 48 Hours series that started ten years ago is expected to be released on his upcoming mixtape 48 Hours After. Additionally ared, Baby Houston, big Pokey, Lil’ Keke, and DJ Screw will serve as producers for the Moxiii Double Dee and 20K The Producer-backed project.
This week, Screw unveils a new single from said project, “June 27th,” originally released in 1996 as part of Screw’s classic corpus. Fans can enjoy some classic H-Town bars and subject material on this nostalgic cut, which shows Trae performing:
Through his various businesses, charitable acts, and his own movement for racial equality, Trae has continued to provide for the community outside of music. It was announced recently that he would partner with James Harden to establish “Trae Day” scholarship programs to assist students who lack the funding for college. Trae has also given away 50 computers to families recently and established an ice cream shop that will employ those with special needs – he is clearly a true hero in the eyes of many people.
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