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Spitting silky-smooth rhymes with his distinct South Florida flavor, Trapland Pat is well on his way to becoming Broward County’s next rap star. Joining forces with Memphis riser BIG30, Pat shares his new single “D.O.A.,” the latest glimpse into his upcoming project, Trapnificent, coming soon via Bang Biz Ent./Alamo Records.

Reconnecting with frequent collaborator PepperJackZoe, who produced recent singles like “Cappin,” “Losses,” and “Trap Dance” and co-produced “D.O.A.” with Hardbody B-Eazy, the new video finds Pat and 30 posting up in the nighttime streets, surrounded by Hellcats and old school Chevys, equipped with rims as large and lustrous as the duo themselves. As the pair cooks up some fire in a food truck, Pat makes it clear that it could very well be the opps’ last supper they’re whipping up: “Trench warfare, this is where you gotta crawl at/You never get active, what you know about combat?/Know you smoke mid, I can show you where the strong at.”

Born and raised in Deerfield Beach, FL, Trapland Pat is one of the leading voices in a bustling wave of South Florida street rap. The rapper’s wide-eyed charisma, tongue-twisting flows, and subtle melodic flavor earned the attention of Fredo Bang, who signed Pat to his Bang Biz imprint, in partnership with Alamo Records. He started to earn national recognition in 2021 with his single “Big Business,” which earned praise from Passion of the Weiss, who placed the song at #18 on its list of Best Rap Songs of 2021. “Big Business” was the centerpiece of the Pitchfork-acclaimed Thru The Door, an accomplished 13-track mixtape with appearances from fellow Floridians Kid Trunks and Kuttem Reese.

As Trapland Pat looks to take his searing street raps to a larger audience with the upcoming Trapnificent, stay tuned for much more music from the young rapper, and don’t dare doubt his determination to succeed.

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