Known for his feel-good vibes, Trey has gone from a budding artist sliding underneath the radar to working with some of the entertainment industry’s finest in just two years. Trey is a trailblazer— extremely passionate about his artistry, recently collaborating with ATL producing legend Zaytoven in January (worth noting: Zaytoven typically doesn't work on smaller projects).
Next in the chat is YTB Trench, an Ohio artist representing the Cincinnati music scene who has been steadily releasing music over the past several months. The rapper recently unleashed the video for his single ‘F.O.F.G’ in May and has been featured on three collaborations with Young Thug: ‘Paid the Fine,’ ‘My City Remix,’ and the ‘Mob Ties Remix’ from Slime Language 2. “F.O.F.G” has quickly become the artist’s second-most-watched video on his YouTube page behind his popular single ‘Trenches,’ currently sitting at 120,000 views and counting.
Trench is rapidly gaining traction in his career and naturally has been thinking more about his personal style both on and off the stage.“Fashion has never really been a problem for me because Cincinnati has always been very versatile when it comes to style. It’s just second nature—I dress according to my mood. Trey mentioned being comfortable, but sometimes I don’t want to be comfortable. There are days when I want to throw on a collared shirt.”
Last but not least we’ve got The Whooligan, a globally recognized musician and DJ with over fifteen years of performing experience. He’s also an entrepreneur who uses his expertise to help new artists looking to make an impact. Whooligan wears many hats in between his music gigs as the founder and CEO of Room Service International and Source Radio, along with being the A&R/ Label manager of Wear Paradise Worldwide. But one thing’s for sure, his “drip” is always at the forefront.
“Honestly, I just want to be comfortable. I pull inspiration from both the hip-hop world and the house world as well. I get a lot of inspiration from my friends, too, because they are fashion designers and make their own apparel. We wear each other’s clothing, and we try to support each other in that sense. My international friends really blessed my style because they are sending me stuff from everywhere in the world. When it comes to my style, I like to keep it oversized.