Cut to a laid back sunny southern California day. Take a walk down the street to the record store. Kick a verse alongside arts district murals. Give a pound to the homies. Dig through some crates. Feel the breeze. That's pretty much the recipe for Trek Life's opening visuals for the Duke Westlake produced lead single "Just The Music." Nothing left to do but relax and enjoy the music. Jake Handegard of Morningside Films directed the video.
Hometown Foreigner represents the ideology of being in the middle of it all but still on the outside. As a man and an artist Trek's more recent experiences have been living slightly on the edge of things. This new album, produced, mixed, and mastered by the incredibly talented Duke Westlake is an exploration of that sentiment. From questioning what's really real, to driving while black, all the way to why chocolate might be the thing for your girl, Trek breaks down the world from his West Covina standpoint. Featuring Oddisee, Bishop Lamont, yU, Hezekiah, and more, Trek rhymes alongside friends with a laid back maturity only found amongst the elite.
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