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If you thought what happens in the trap house stays in the trap house, then 2 Chainz is here to let you know that those days are long gone. In the visuals to his “Lapdance In A Trap House” he confirms every female who’s dating a hustler’s biggest fear: there are indeed strippers working in every trap house across the world.

And yes, even struggle trap houses have struggle strippers. Sorry, ladies. It’s just a part of the game.

Don’t look now, but Macklemore is looking to add additional music awards to his trophy case as the sultan of Seattle hip-hop churns out a 70’s era hip-hop sound and recreates that atmosphere in his visuals to his latest single, “Downtown.”

Looking to repeat the success of “Thrift Shop,” Macklmore utilizes a similar kid friendly formula of bycicles, women, wild outfits, and ultimately a melting pot of a parade where the people are just enjoying life and partying in the streets as if all is good with the world. Seattle looks nice.

Check out the rest of today’s releases which include work from Kranium, Rich The Kid, and more.

2 CHAINZ – “LAPDANCE IN THE TRAP HOUSE”

 

MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS – “DOWNTOWN”

 

KRANIUM FT. TY DOLLA $IGN – “NOBODY HAS TO KNOW”

 

RICH THE KID – “SICK WIT IT”

 

TIARA THOMAS – “MARY JANE”

 

JSTOCK – “THE TRAP PT. 2”

 

BRIDGET KELLY FT. MACK WILD$ – “ACT LIKE THAT”

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