Trek Life – Wouldn’t Change Nothing
...Don’t MisS! 01. Ready To Live 03. I’d rather Be 04. As The World Turns 13. Get in Touch 14. Wouldn’t Change Nothing ...
When do you feel most alive?
About Trek Life: Throughout school, rap had played a prominent part of Trek’s Life, along with those he grew up with, and so he began to move toward a serious career in rap.
By 2004 he had released his first official single on vinyl, Hardwork b/w Maintain Excellence via Timeless Music. Over the next two years, Trek Life worked with some of the industry’s best, including Aftermath Recording star Bishop Lamont. During this time he managed to meet up with East Coast, Washington DC producer, Oddisee through a mutual friend Brutha Brub. They began putting in work together and establishing a strong report. Eventually Oddisee remixed the entire Trek Life “Price I Paid” album and they released it under the title “New Money”. At the same time Trek began working with rising indie rap label Mello Music Group who took on “New Money” as only their second project as a label. The next couple of years found Trek Life touring Europe with Oddisee and Diamond District, advising Mello Music Group as a label, and continuing his own work with Timeless Music.
In the Spring of 2010, Trek released a free Ep with West Coast producer J. Bizness titled “Rhymes Within Reason” to begin the buzz for his upcoming sophomore release. For this, his second official release, Trek turned once again to friend and budding producing star Oddisee to helm the project. In the months before it’s highly anticipated August 2010 release with Mello Music Group, ESPN picked up the lead single “So Supreme” for their NBA Finals highlights of the Lakers vs. Celetics, and then again for their Stanley Cup coverage, seemingly indicating where Trek Life’s latest project was headed – poised to leave a Timeless mark on Hiphop.