“Trap Phone” video by NLE Choppa

A full version of NLE Choppa’s new mixtape Me Vs. Me was released on Friday (Jan. 26). 16 tracks are included in the project, including contributions from Polo G, Young Thug, and G Herbo. Throughout the past few weeks, he provided fans with plenty of previews for Me vs. Me like “Too Hot” with Moneybagg Yo and “Capo.” Here is the latest visual he released today. In the video for “Trap Phone” he hangs out and raps over rapid cuts and dope edits, while his lyrics play over the clips:

His latest project, “Super Like,” includes fan favorites such as “Jumpin,” featuring Polo G, as well as the sixth installment of his “Shotta Flow” series, “Shotta Flow 6.” He also offers slick and “Chicago To Memphis” by G Herbo while slimy hooks on “Push It” with Young Thug, brings together two distinct regions.

As part of the summer releases, NLE shared the introspective “First Day Out” along with “Letter to My Daughter” from her collection, which was a freestyle over SpotemGottem “Beat Box.” Since then, the video has accumulated 72 million views on Youtube, and the song was re-released as an official remix, “Beat Box 4.” He first released “Picture Me Grapin” in January of last year, featuring a tribute video to Tupac Shakur. On January 22, Choppa released the visual at 11:11 AM, which tied into his fascination with numerology.

This article was penned by Jonathan P. Wright. Jonathan is a freelance writer for multiple mainstream publications and CVO of RADIOPUSHERS. You can read more of his work by clicking here. 


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