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Conversations with TrapSet Podcast

Today we’d like to introduce you to TrapSet Podcast.

Hello TrapSet Podcast, so excited to have you on the platform. So before we get into questions about your work-life, maybe you can bring our readers up to speed on your story and how you got to where you are today?
When we started the podcast we saw ourselves as a media outlet for young artists, entrepreneurs, YouTubers, and other trailblazers in our community.

We wanted to provide a platform to highlight our experiences, as well as, uplift our peers through the tough times the world was enduring. Over time, the name began to grow with the views heavenly attached from our peers.

As years went pass people started to gravitate towards the TrapSet platform. With many nights of editing, planning, and traveling our network and brand began to grow outside of our peers.

Alright, so let’s dig a little deeper into the story – has it been an easy path overall, and if not, what were the challenges you’ve had to overcome?
Building TrapSet Podcast has been far from easy as we approached the media/podcast game with no experience. The biggest challenges we have faced thus far have been production and scheduling.

The demand from our peers wanting to appear on the podcast became exponential as, “TrapSet Podcast,” began to grow an audience.

The will and determination of us three to not only do what we love but, as well as, provide a platform for trailblazers in our community, gave us the fortitude to persevere through our challenging stages.

Thanks for sharing that. So, maybe next you can tell us a bit more about your work?
Although we experienced the podcast growth year to year with tough challenges, between balancing personal lives and keeping a dominant platform
We have also benefited in multiple ways by meeting some of the best podcasters and music A&R in the game from CEO Miami Mike who managed stars such as (Kstylis, and Soulja Boy), Ugly Money Niche (FreeBandz A&R) manager for artists such as (China Monai, Street Babyzae, and Dee Jizzle) and Prince Ceo and Myron from Fresh and Fit Podcast.

Gaining relationships with those peers and having a willing determination to be a great platform has helped us soar to the goals that we have set for ourselves.

Let’s talk about our city – what do you love? What do you not love?
Memphis is home where we grew as men and where we have experienced tough times that have made us the men we are today. If we could speak of what we love about the city it would be the food number one but overall the blue-collar work ethic the city has.

The people in Memphis have a dominant determination to wanna be great at whatever the goal maybe we don’t settle for less it’s really a “grit and grind” attitude. If there is one thing we would change it would be the relationships of helping others and wanna see others win.

We would love to see people reach back and come help the next determined minors of the city to be able to give them an outlet of confidence that would help them believe their dreams can come true with some help from the ones who are like “TrapSet Podcast” that would give the youth hope to see there is a world outside of Memphis.

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3 Way Productions, Sharpeshoo7er Multimedia, and TrapSet Podcast Productions

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