Waka Flocka Can't Leave The Trap Alone on New Single, "Trap My Ass Off"

Some new signs off ‘Flockaveli 2.’

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Despite touring the world, Waka Flocka Flame has been staying low-key for much of 2017 in terms of musical output. It’s likely his issues with Atlantic Records may have something to do with it but after parting ways with them last November, he’s put himself in a better position as far as artistic freedom. Today, the trap legend drops off what may be the latest single off his long-awaited Flockaveli 2 project. Called “Trap My Ass Off,” the song has a lively, aggressive tone that’s reminiscent of his older aesthetic that fans have grown to appreciate and is also the first track we’ve heard from him in quite some time.

Stream below and stay tuned for Flockaveli 2, which was also rumored to drop in October, but we’ll have to wait and see.

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