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Atlanta’s Newest Upcoming Rap Artist RobnHood Tra

Upcoming rapper, RobnHood Tra, is a new Atlanta artist pioneering his way into the rap industry. With the current release of his mixtape Exit 66, listeners are given the chance to not only vibe to RobnHood Tra’s lyrical verses but are also given the opportunity to get insight on RobnHood Tra’s life story.

Growing up on Flat Shoals Road in the south side of Georgia, RobnHood Tra was immersed into an underprivileged lifestyle. He grew up with fifteen other siblings that he had to take care of due to an absentee father and a mother who suffered from alcoholism. Therefore, RobnHood Tra had to find a way to support his family. The only way he knew how to support his family was turning towards the streets of Exit 66.

At a young age, RobnHood Tra was introduced to drugs, gangs, weapons, and other illegal activities. Unfortunately, his illegal actions caught up to him resulting in his conviction and sentencing of 8 months in jail.

Within those 8 months, RobnHood Tra’s father unfortunately passed away.

Once released from jail, RobnHood Tra used his experience in jail as a wakeup call to get his life together so he would not end up back in jail. RobnHood Tra expressed in an interview with Spinrilla that the last conversation he had with his father was about him becoming a rapper and that is exactly what RobnHood Tra became.

On June 6, 2018, RobnHood Tra released his mixtape Exit 66. Within his mixtape, there is a song strictly dedicated to his “hood” called “Exit 66”, which ironically happens to be the title of his mixtape. In this track RobnHood Tra exposes the truth about his neighborhood, the gang he joined, and the formation of a brotherhood that he found while surviving and taking care of himself and his siblings.

Behind the dope beats and rhymes, Exit 66 is simply a story. Exit 66 is RobnHood Tra’s story, and his story is worth listening to.

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