Salazar’s visual release, for “Soy Trapero”, takes the cake on one of the most entertaining music videos I have seen in a while. The visual commences with a bed waking phone call to what appears to be about a drug kingpin being informed about a robbery. The scene flashes to a low-level gang member being robbed, possibly by a rival gang. The video progresses with the robber being tracked down, beaten, and stuffed in a trunk of a vehicle.
The visual ends by a gun being passed to the man that was robbed and shooting the thief in the middle of the woods.
The track is in Spanish lyrics and combines a street trap feeling with features by Chief Eli & U.B., adding rich vocal melodies to the song.
I’m trying to rise up again and I want people to know that I’m not a new-schooler,” Salazar said. “I’ve been signed to majors. I know how the game goes. I’m not looking to get signed this time around, I just want to do it on my own and generate money. I’m even thinking about making a movie called ‘Soy Trapero.’ I’m trying to do something huge by creating a movement around this whole idea.
‘Soy Trapero’ isn’t just a song or a single, it’s a movement. And at the end of the day it really represents what I want to do – which is to entertain. I do all types of music and I produce all types of beats and there are a lot of things I can do and that I’ve learned to do since I started as an artist in 2002.