Los Angeles-based rapper Trizz is bringing back the classic G-Funk vibe with his latest single, “Let Me Ride,” featuring the legendary Kokane. Known for his unique and self-made approach to hip-hop, Trizz has consistently been a name to watch in the underground scene. Now, he’s paying homage to the sound that defined a generation with a contemporary twist.
“A lot of my inspiration comes from the 90s G-Funk sound that Kokane was a part of,” says Trizz. He expresses his gratitude for Kokane’s influence on his music, especially given Kokane’s historic contributions to iconic albums like Dr. Dre’s “The Chronic 2001” and Snoop Dogg’s “The Last Meal.” The collaboration with Kokane on “Let Me Ride” is a bridge between eras, connecting the foundational G-Funk sound to the new wave of West Coast hip-hop.
Produced by PhatBeatz, “Let Me Ride” is a smooth blend of laid-back grooves and sharp lyrical prowess. The music video, directed by Castro of NewHighFilmz, captures the essence of the track, showcasing Trizz’s raw talent and Kokane’s legendary style.
From starting as Young Trizz in the suburbs of the Inland Empire to touring with Brotha Lynch Hung and Tech N9ne, Trizz’s journey is a testament to his dedication and skill. With “Let Me Ride,” he continues to carve his path in the industry, proving that the spirit of G-Funk is alive and well in the hands of the new generation. Keep an eye on Trizz as he redefines the landscape of independent hip-hop.