Fresh Off Probation The Real Yung LA releases "Trapped In LA" Full of Exclusive Vibes and Different Experiences
The Real Yung LA "Trapped In LA" is now streaming on all musical platforms
By: Milk It Media
The Real Yung LA and his A&R, Mr Baccaratt have been working tirelessly behind the scenes to bring you a very unique musical project titled, "Trapped in LA." This project is full of game filled lyrics, head bobbing productions and dank lyrics! HELLO!
Named after an old popular weed show hosted by Mr Baccaratt, "Trapped in LA" is a MUST stream. And as promised, you're in for a unique treat because The Real Yung LA did something new with this project. For the first time, The Real Yung LA will be releasing a project featuring multiple producers! Yung LA's previous albums are produced by his steady producer, 89, making "Trapped in LA" the first of its kind.
Mr Baccaratt and Yung LA have been working on this project for quite some time. Outside of being named after Mr Baccaratt's previous weed show, "Trapped in LA" became a phrase to describe quite literally, Yung's experience, living in LA. The rapper became "Trapped in LA" due to probation, which prevented him from leaving the state of California.
The Real Yung LA has been working on this project since he has been on probation and "Trapped in LA" serves as a symbol of his freedom! Since working on "Trapped in LA", Yung decided not to release the project until he was probation free and since you're reading this… you know what that means.
Celebrate with The Real Yung LA as you listen to "Trapped in LA" Today!
The release of the album "Trapped in LA" is accompanied by the music video "Trapped in LA," the first single from the project. Be first to view here:
About the Artist
The Real Yung LA has multiple mixtapes and two albums to his credits, the first album "Never Not Working" (2017). He has performed in concert alongside such Hip Hop stars as Gucci Mane, Young Dolph, The Game, Dj Quik, Chief Keef, and Trippy Red. His latest album Never Not Working 2 was recently released late 2018.
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