Don Mega (Trentin Hudson) is an up-and-coming rapper from Charlotte, North Carolina. Not too long ago, he released an audiovisual for his debut single, entitled, “True You”, via Black Mansion the Label.
Don Mega – “True You” music video
“Pandemic on my mind so keep six feet or end up six deep. I came from blanket curtains up to Dior sheets. I swear this sh*t took time but it felt like weeks. Came up from the Wild Wild West Like Kool Mo Dee. And I smoke some gas to calm my nerve when it’s time to sleep. And I’m just tryna find my way, so I can get out these streets and that’s the truth. I just wanna know the true you ‘cause ni^^as cap and ni^^as lying just for YouTube. Chillin’ with some Crips and Folk and ni^^as screaming SuWoo. Say you on the block but all my ni^^as askin’ who you.” – lyrics
‘True You’ tells an urban-street tale about a young hustler who is still learning life lessons from the school of hard knocks. Apparently, he resides in a rough and tough environment where street dwellers peddle dope and commit robberies just to make ends meet.
‘True You’ contains a real life-based narrative, conversational raps, and tuneful melodies. Also, the dramatic tune possesses melodic instrumentation flavored with a contemporary rap aroma. Furthermore, “True You” serves as a wonderful presentation of what listeners can expect to hear from Don Mega in the near future.
“How you a trapper with no God, you blocking yo blessings.”
“This song is about the artist’s life, the highs, and lows. Also, it depicts the struggle to find people that are the same when the lights are on and off. And how people will flip on you, and the struggle to find out who the true you really are.” – Don Mega stated
A family friend gifted Don Mega his first studio session. With little to no financial resources for continuing the costly studio sessions, his mother gave him a studio setup for Christmas. Since then, Mega has been working on his craft, and his “True You” single is just a small taste of what’s to come.
“True You” single
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