New Video: Trap Beckham “Fake” [Official Video]

Trap Beckham

By Jack Barnes

Trap Beckham is back with visuals for his new track “Fake.” Best known for his bass-filled, club-oriented bangers like “Birthday Bitch” and “Lil Booties Matter,” he shows off his sincerity and artistry on “Fake.” This is undeniably one of his most personal and honest songs to date. The record sees him utilize a light autotune to discuss his rise to success and all of the struggles that come along with it. The Motion Minds directed music video is fittingly simple, but complements the song well; Trap Beckham is featured both on a rooftop and in front of a mic singing to the viewer. “Fake” shows a new, more authentic side to Trap Beckham that is sure to draw fans in. Enjoy this video stream below after the jump and please share this with friends.
Jacksonville native Trap Beckham has made a lane for himself with his unique, energetic approach to dancefloor hits. He released his Life Is Lit project late in 2017 and is ready to pick up the pace in 2018. Life Is Lit‘s “Lil Booties Matter” track reached over 6 million plays just on YouTube, and its video featured Cardi B’s younger sister and social media personality Hennessy Carolina.

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Previously: Trap Beckham | “Evil Emoji” [Music Video]

New Video: Trap Beckham "Fake" [Official Video]


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