Trax A Trillion joins ShowBiz Weekly in the studio with an exclusive freestyle rap and more!
Pt.1 - Max Parker/AKA Trax A Trillion
My name is Max, My name is Max, My name is Max…. Parker, AKA Trax A Trillion joins us in the studio for the first time. Apparently, a hidden gem of an artist that has established his love of hip hop, folk, and other musical styles that have made him an artist that’s on the move. The name is a long story that you must find out and why there’s a shout out for a collaboration with San Jose, CA Bay Area Rapper Trax A Million.
Pt.2 - Trax is currently promoting his upcoming performance at The Cowpie Music Festival on August 10, 11, & 12th. He is also promoting his fist show at The Loft. This news is BIG too, as he welcomes platinum selling artist Bubba Sparxxx on August 24th and Trax is the opening act up for Sparxxx.
Pt.2 - Having co-created songs with the band Nappy Roots he has gotten to perform his song "Refuse to Lose" with Buffalo Still from Nappy Roots at The Loft in Lansing. Music truly is his life and his passion. What drives him to share to do what he has wanted to do since he was a young rap story. His mom just found one of his first poems he wrote at 10. His family’s Cowpie Music Festival, located in Alaska, MI, has been a part of the Michigan Music cultural scene for over 20 years now.
Pt.4 - The musician from Lansing, MI. pulls in his love for hip hop, rock, reggae, blues and any other genres that feels right. The writer, performer, and promoter of all of his songs, Trax also plays guitar and gets heavily involved with the production side also. He loves to be a part of the final mixing and mastering of all of his songs. As a promoter, Trax promoted three shows in Lansing and was also the headlined act of all three. Youtube has changed this young artist’s life in a lot of ways as he gets to share the videological stories of his life, through his songs, there in living color, and the videos are exciting, profane, edgy and realistically delivered. His own mom appears in a few of them. Yes, the love for Trax is felt through his posse, and from his family of many hues. The videos and the music in them are his “rap” which is Michigan, and is very much the real deal.
- Crazy World Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BCDp2dRrK6A