With all the Trap Music you hear today....Who invented Trap Music??

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 5 years ago '05        #41
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 1188 said:
Master P
Seen This Comment and "Time To Check My Crack House" Popped Up In My Head

I Would Say This Is True BUT If P Invented Trap Music Then You Got To Give Bay Area Their Credit As Well Since P Was fu*kin With Bay Area n*ggas To Get His Rap sh*t Off The Ground.

All The Rappers In The South From The 90s Was Pretty Much Talking About Robbin & Slangin. To Me, Project Pat, 8 Ball & MJG & UGK Painted A Better Picture of That Trap Life In The 90s/00s But To Say Who Invented It? Can't Say.
 5 years ago '04        #44
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Some of yall going by the dialect i.e. who used the terms "trapping", "moving work", etc. while some of yall going by the sound "crazy snares", "different pitched 808s", etc. Which one defines the "trap music" tho?!

Just because a n*gga from early 90s used certain terms to refer to crack houses and cocaine, it doesnt mean the "trap music" as we know today, at least in my understanding.

Like that other n*ggaz posted b4 me, just to use this as a recent example, T.I. calling his album "trap muzik" didnt really produce what we consider as trap music today.

To me trap music is that stove music... Tracks to put that work in in da kitchen to... Not necessarily in terms of describing the ghetto life as Ball & G did, or UGK did, but just that ignant spatula music. It gots to do more with the Sound because it sets the tone for that trap sh*t forreal forreal. The lyrics and word play is secondary to me when it comes to that trap sh*t. So, having all that said, it was Gucci for me. Yea jeezy and shawty redd did they thang on tm101, and i give him for the adlib saturation, which is another critical element of todays trap music, but it was gucci's ignant talk and zaytoven's gritty organs that defined at least what i consider to be trap music.

Again this can always argued otherwise depending on what one considers to be the "true" form of that real trap sh*t [trappaholics drop voice].
 5 years ago '04        #45
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Man Tip started that sh*t, I mean he really got it poppin and made a clear lane for it, be for real
 5 years ago '09        #46
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 12-20-2012, 06:09 AM         #47
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T.I


still aint forgave myself is what started it


thats the other side of the trap(the real part) not the ballin drug lord part these n*ggas lie about
 5 years ago '09        #48
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 5 years ago '04        #49
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The subject matter couldve been any of those early southern dudes.

BUT THE SOUND OF WHAT WE HEAR TODAY...JEEZY AND SHAWTY REDD, THEE END.

Yeah they probably were influenced by a lot of people (UGK, P, Manny Fresh, E-40), but they put all that sh*t together and came out on the other side with TM101 and that's what n*ggaz have been following since.


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 12-20-2012, 06:51 AM         #51
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T.I. was like the first n*gga to conceptualize it.

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But I feel like Big was like the first spit about it in a way that it got noticed.


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 12-20-2012, 07:50 AM         #52
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 FreshBeatzBx said:
I want to know who coined the phrase Trap music. I know T.I. and Jeezy were heavy in the upbringing but who started that name. I'm thinkin it was T.I. but does anybody have any information proving so?
What u mean who started the name bruh?

Obviously Tip started the name. "TRAP MUZIK"


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 12-20-2012, 08:01 AM         #53
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 xbossxplayax said:
Some of yall going by the dialect i.e. who used the terms "trapping", "moving work", etc. while some of yall going by the sound "crazy snares", "different pitched 808s", etc. Which one defines the "trap music" tho?!

Just because a n*gga from early 90s used certain terms to refer to crack houses and cocaine, it doesnt mean the "trap music" as we know today, at least in my understanding.

Like that other n*ggaz posted b4 me, just to use this as a recent example, T.I. calling his album "trap muzik" didnt really produce what we consider as trap music today.

To me trap music is that stove music... Tracks to put that work in in da kitchen to... Not necessarily in terms of describing the ghetto life as Ball & G did, or UGK did, but just that ignant spatula music. It gots to do more with the Sound because it sets the tone for that trap sh*t forreal forreal. The lyrics and word play is secondary to me when it comes to that trap sh*t. So, having all that said, it was Gucci for me. Yea jeezy and shawty redd did they thang on tm101, and i give him for the adlib saturation, which is another critical element of todays trap music, but it was gucci's ignant talk and zaytoven's gritty organs that defined at least what i consider to be trap music.

Again this can always argued otherwise depending on what one considers to be the "true" form of that real trap sh*t [trappaholics drop voice].
So n*ggas cant put in wrk to Tip's "Dope Boys"

Tip started it with toomp, Jeezy ran with it with Shawty redd sound, Gucci replaced jeezy for a min with zaytoven/shawty redd sound
 5 years ago '10        #54
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I heard TRAP way back on them old OUTKAST albums
 5 years ago '07        #55
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TI/Jeezy made it a hot trend. Down south legends like UGK, Master P, Ball & G, Three Six, Mannie Fresh, Dungeon Fam, etc. all contributed to the sound as it developed in the 90s.
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 castro13 said:
coolbreeze and ghetto mafia.
-- came in here to say this myself....some of the first artists I ever heard even using the term "trap" in their respective music on a wide scale...98/99 --even on some of that goodie mob and outkast stuff too!
 5 years ago '12        #57
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I think trap was is the evolution of crunk music.

And this drill business is another... manifestation of that same sound.
 5 years ago '12        #58
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 jt satan said:
I mean rapper been talking about trapping before ti and jeezy

but Jeezy's trap or die, tm101 was the blueprint of trap music, with that shawty redd sound, and that flow jeezy brought to the game, adlibs and all


ti's trap musik album was cohesive, but not really all that trap like


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 5 years ago '11        #59
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Master P

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How easily yall n*ggas forget...SMH


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 12-20-2012, 11:05 AM         #60
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 Nyuzi said:
TI/Jeezy made it a hot trend. Down south legends like UGK, Master P, Ball & G, Three Six, Mannie Fresh, Dungeon Fam, etc. all contributed to the sound as it developed in the 90s.
Exactly...


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