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Missed our live-streamed performance from K-Trap? See exclusive BTS imagery and get the lowdown from the event - in partnership with Metropolis Studios and Amazon Music.
Remember live music? Belting out lyrics at the top of your lungs, jumping around with your mates, jostling through the crowd, pints in your hands? It may seem like a distant memory, but thanks to a partnership with Amazon Music and Metropolis Studios, Notion is bringing it back – albeit from a distance.
On Tuesday 10th November at London’s historic Metropolis Studios, south London trap and drill rapper, K-Trap, performed an exclusive live set, streamed to fans.
The iconic recording space has previously played host to Freddie Mercury, Elton John, Stormzy, and now K-Trap too.
Ahead of the performance, Notion caught up with K-Trap to chat about his recently released single ‘Street Side Effects’ and upcoming album.
K-Trap is the rapper known for his languid electro beats, hazy resonant basslines and defiant and hedonistic lyrics. Safe to say, everyone was anticipating the livestream.
Taking to the stage, K-Trap treated Notion, Amazon Music, and his streaming fans to one helluva show.
Throughout the show, K-Trap delivered captivating renditions of his popular songs “Big Mood”, “Whip That Work” and more.
Since launching his music career back in 2017 with debut single “David Blaine”, MC K-Trap has released a steady stream of singles, collaborated with Headie One, Nafe Smallz, Mischief, Abra Cadabra, Blade Brown and more. With three full-length projects under his belt – 2017’s ‘K-Trap Presents The Last Whip Mixtape’, 2018’s ‘The Re-Up’ and 2019’s ‘No Magic’, a buzz has built for his upcoming fourth opus.
No stranger to racking up millions of streams on his music, we definitely won’t be the first – or last – to say that K-Trap’s is one to watch.