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trek life
3 April, 2013 11:02 am

Trek Life is one of the unsung heroes of California rap. He came up with Bishop Lamont, Evidence, DJ Babu, Blu and a bevy of other talented DJs, producers, and emcees (before anyone knew who they were). He’s done entire projects with long time friend Oddisee. His music has taken him around the world more [cont.]

23 October, 2011 1:55 pm

From DJBooth.Net: If DJ Babu and Trek Life were books… well, I’d be really confused about how a couple bundles of paper and glue had managed to record music together. But, to roll with this completely absurd hypothetical a little longer, the Dilated Peoples DJ/producer and the West Coast rhymesayer would be shelved in the [cont.]

11 August, 2011 8:45 pm

New video from Los Angeles rapper Trek Life off of his recently released remix project titled “Wouldn’t Change Nothing“. The video was shot on the streets of Downtown Los Angeles & at The Artform Studio by DJ Buddy.

6 July, 2011 3:48 pm

“What It Is (Apollo Brown Remix)” was released from Trek Life’s upcoming project Wouldn’t Change Nothing. The upcoming album is a remix project that gives new producers a take on last summer’s Oddisee collaboration “Everything Changed Nothing”. The new project contains production from Apollo Brown, J Bizness, ST/MiC, MarvWon, Has-Lo, Captain, Slimkat78, Duke Westlake, A3, [cont.]

11 May, 2011 4:46 am

Trek Life hails from Los Angeles, California and has worked alongside some of the Hiphop industry’s brightest talents: Kev Brown, Bishop Lamont, DJ Khalil, Evidence, Black Milk, Kardinal Offishall, Oddisee and DJ Babu. Trek Life’s music has appeared on MTV’s The Hills and G’s to Gents, as well as being featured in the classic documentary [cont.]

3 September, 2010 6:18 am

With his sophomore LP Everything Changed Nothing, West Covina native Trek Life embraces the phrase ‘life goes on’. The album is an ode to the reality that no matter what changes occur in one persons’ life, the world still turns and other lives are still lead. With an LP produced entirely by renowned beatsmith Oddisee, [cont.]

15 August, 2010 11:01 pm

HHS: How did you link up with Oddisee? Trek Life:We met through a mutual friend named brub.Oddisee was on tour with J-Live and they were out here in LA at the House of Blues. About five or six years ago, Oddisee asked brub, Rhettmatic and some others  about west coast emcees that he could work [cont.]

26 July, 2010 8:35 pm

Trek Life and Oddisee continue to tease fans with another mixtape preceding the release of Trek Life’s sophomore album, Everything Changed Nothing. The mixtape, West Coast Beats, includes a concoction of snippets of instrumentals from the upcoming album, exclusive Oddisee beats, the first single, “So Supreme”, and an exclusive Oddisee-produced Trek Life track called “Get [cont.]

  Mixtape D.L.
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