(If you like: Future, Travis Scott, YG)
Boston producer Latrell James has loaned his talents for the likes of Lil Dicky, Cousin Stizz, and Michael Christmas, but now the mind behind the soundboard has shifted to the forefront with his own repertoire. Following up his detailed 2015 mixtape Twelve, James is back with his latest single “Break the Rules”.
Backed by the heavy, dense trap production from Flexxington Don, “Break the Rules” is more than just a top notch hip-hop track; James explains:
“The whole idea behind this song is myself rebelling and refusing to conform to any label of judgment one may try to pin on me. Breaking rules is when you can’t afford studio time so you watch YouTube videos until you can mix and master your own records. Breaking rules is being self efficient. I just wanted to create a song that questions the traditional process of how we are supposed to live life”.
Listen to the raw talent from James below, and head to his website to listen to Twelve.