Good Life Music Group's recording artist Frontstreet is back with "Really InThe Trap" which is nothing less than a massive follow-up to "I Wanna See U". Frontstreet is an artist that stays consistently working and since his last single realease: he has been performing on various sages throughout the USA, released the "Family Ties" mixtape which is currently at over 100,000 plays, and he is preping for his solo mixtape "Playground Legend".
Frontstreet release "Really In The Trap" is produced by T Black The Hitmaker, both of whom are signed to Good Life Music Group out of Atl. We ask that you press play, listen, provide feedback.
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