Los Angeles, CA – With a reputation like Indian Trap, one can anticipate the music to go a myriad of the way.

That being stated, producer Jay Singh is nicely conscious of the eye his moniker could deliver however he’s merely out to make dope music.

Which is precisely what his KresZenia and Chris Scholar-featured, HipHopDX-premiered single, “Trapped” is bringing to the desk.

“‘Trapped’ is a fusion of entice and Hip Hop Music mixed with genuine Indian vocals, Indian rhythmic percussion and sounds with banging soiled 808’s,” the burgeoning soundman tells DX. “It has an infectious uplifting R&B refrain mixed with feminine rap vocals within the verses. The largest inspiration for me is for my music to be felt, not simply heard.”

The catchy report does certainly make use of the identical South Asian sensibilities previous rap memorabilia reminiscent of Truth Hurt’s DJ Quik-produced “Addictive” however rounds issues out with a decidedly Hip Hop ebb and movement and neatly executed refrain. (“I come from a musical household spanning many generations. My old flame of music was city music, particularly hip-hop and R&B, in addition to Indian music. From there I adopted my ardour and began to DJ. Through that, I discovered my love for EDM music as nicely,” he provides.)

Indian Trap’s newest single follows his debut single, “Look Like Monayyy,” (additionally that includes Kreszenzia) which racked up greater than two million YouTube views and 10 million SoundCloud streams.

As he readies his Indian Trap EP, stream “Trapped” up above and observe him on Instagram @indiantrap.