Published on February 12th, 2020 | by DiamondKesawn0
Trigga takes the 2020 Wave with ‘Eighty-Sixth’
Hailing from Oakland, CA, 86th and D Street to be exact, Trigga, is an artist who grew up listening to different genres of music and always making sure that his family and peers were taken care of.
Initially afraid of rapping, Trigga used to play around with the genre with his brothers during their childhood. He truly discovered his talent when his family and friends encouraged him to rap, and as they encouraged him to let the world hear what is was that he had to say.
After losing his brother, he put his life and career on hold for a year until he realized that his brother would’ve wanted him to follow his dreams.
His sound is derived from elements of the Bay, but he also prides himself on not sounding like any other Bay area artist. His diverse flow, and delivery is also something that sets him apart from other rap artists. Trigga is also a part of a collective of several talented artists, and he feels that he represents all of their diverse sounds..
Trigga wants his legacy to be him being known for delivering great, quality music that everyone can listen to and enjoy. He also plans to expand his brand, Alla BoutMoney, across the world with his music and merchandise.
“The inspiration behind my latest release was basically just letting the world know who I am and where I come from. The album cover is a picture of me and my granny on the porch while she is braiding my hair. That house is home. If I leave, I always come back. I can’t stay away,” said Trigga.
While he credits those around him for solely being his biggest influences, he wouldn’t mind collaborating with Roddy Ricch, NBA Youngboy, Meek Mill, Rod Wave, and other artists from the Bay.
As Trigga’s career continues to catapult, he is focused on the continuance of performing across the country, brand expansion to the masses, and releasing the ‘AllaBoutMoney’ EP.Tweet