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On The Rise: Trillz Da Yung Apprentice

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Brooklyn based rapper, Trillz Da Yung Apprentice, is looking to become New York’s next big rap star.

After three years of grinding in the studio, Trillz Da Yung Apprentice is finally ready for some championship rings. As he puts it, his distinctive sound and voice is going to make his new album, Road To Riches II, “one the biggest albums on the radio.” Check out the “night energy, heavy 808s” single, “Bad Bitch,” below.

After growing up a less than privileged childhood in Harlem, Trillz turned to music with a desire to become something greater than the vices that surrounded him. While he was enamored with arts and poetry at a young age, the tragic suicide of Trillz’s best friend inspired him to focus on music and to shine a light on mental health. Before he began his music career, he soaked up hip-hop knowledge by spending as much time as possible in the studio––hence his unique name. “I feel like in life, you never stop learning,” he told Dirty South Hip Hop. “I don’t mind having mentors and teachers to show me the game.”

Da Yung Apprentice’s years of study show in his music. His flows, which manage to bounce between various New York styles, could fit on anything from an A$AP Mob tape to a Drill track. When asked if he uses ghostwriters, an ever prevalent aspect of hip-hop, he laughed. “No need. The pen game heavy. I write for a few artists, but you gotta ask them if they want to mention me.”

Trillz didn’t get to where he is by himself though. “I like championship rings,” he admitted, “but you don’t win rings without a team.” He names 3xMadeIt, KingLeeBoy, and DJ Drewski as his go-to producers. He even got  Dream Doll to co-sign at his Hot 97 hosted release party.

You can check out Trillz Da Yung Apprentice’s new album, Road To Riches II, on all streaming platforms.

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