Hip-Hop provided a shelter for young people growing up in 1970s New York City and its boroughs, which were very different from what they are today. Hip-hop music has evolved into a worldwide sound that fans can hear almost anywhere. It has also become a pop cultural phenomenon that affects everything from how we talk and dress to how we engage with one another on social media.
Today, it is a multi-billion dollar sector that offers numerous men and women a better way of life who would not otherwise have the chance to build something for themselves. Hip-hop also affects people's lives outside of America; virtually every nation has its rap artists who generate money for future generations.
New York rapper Jo Marte wants to make his mark on the 15 billion dollar rap industry. With his latest release, Trifecta 2, Marte brings 90's style beats with flows that ring from the Mobb Deep era. Jo has a few songs for the ladies with tunes like "Brandy', featuring up-and-coming R&B sensation Steven Young. Young is also featured on "The Crew," a piece that discusses Jo's experience with wanting to bring a young lady to the team.
Trifecta 2 is a much-needed break from popular drill music. You will surely enjoy the project if you enjoy a good beat with some bars and smooth vocals. Some other notable tracks include "All I Can Be" and "Sucka Free."
Jo Marte also launched a clothing line called Seven Degrees. You can expect some visuals from his latest Trifecta 2 release shortly. You can stay up to date with Jo by following him on Instagram.