Mahzi Is Out with New Visual “Slatt Talk”

Mahzi Trap Baby

“I been rollin’ for a week, ain’t no love in these streets, can you thug it wit me?”

– quote from “Slatt Talk”

Emerging rap artist Mahzi aka Trap Baby is out with a new track alongside visuals she titles “Slatt Talk”.

The young artist has just released her highly anticipated third project “Trap Baby World” and “Slatt Talk” is a song off this project alongside 10 other tracks.

“Slatt Talk” is sassy track and features both sexy and gangsta in a mix that is both appealing and creative.

Mahzi talks sensual and serious as her outfit contrasts with her gangsta attitude all through the track.

The visuals for “Slatt Talk” screams sexy, confident and assured as Trap Baby shows her diverse talent as a songwriter, singer and rapper.

Mahzi is very much a talented lyricist and she shows just how much talent she is bringing to the playing field.

Mahzi Trap Baby cover

Originating her career from Detroit and growing up with a rapper for a father, Mahzi was exposed to the intricacies of rap at an early age and nursed the passion until she finally took to the stage herself to show what happens when passion meets with talent.

Mahzi has a force since she entered into the industry in 2017 with a track called “Tax’d” featuring Young Thug. Her first mixtape “Trap Baby Season” came shortly after her debut single and it made waves in the industry due to the versatility she showed in both projects.

In 2019, Mahzi released another project “The Pint” where she showcased her rap abilities and left fans wanting more. Her latest project is the answer to the prayer of many fans and it is one project you should be listening to right now.

Mahzi has opened up the New Year with this project and is set to grow her potential and make a name for herself in the industry as she shows us the reason why we should pay attention to her.

Check out “Slatt Talk” and leave a comment below.






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