Alt-Trap recording artist Young Syrup debuts his hard-hitting new music video for “Rooftop” which features a cameo by popular rap artist Tekashi 6ix9ine.
“Rooftop” is a trap inspired, hardcore anthem. The visual follows Syrup in the streets of Brooklyn, New York with his crew. The song is aggressive in tone and offers hints of Nu Metal with its heavy guitar riffs. Syrup’s reckless, high energy approach to rap music is comparable to Lil Uzi Vert, Trippie Redd, and Famous Dex.
The self-proclaimed “trap rockstar” encompasses the creativity and spirit of New York City’s youth with “Rooftop.” His aggressive style has already gained the support of one the biggest rappers in the game, Tekashi 6ix 9ine.
“Please don’t tell us what to do,” rhymes Syrup over gritty drops and rattling basslines. “Rooftop” has all the elements modern trap listeners love and puts him in a class of his own.
When asked about the visual Syrup said, “Rooftop” is the perfect mix between trap and metal. I wanna master this sound. Everything from my drums to guitar riffs is cohesive. The song embodies my movement, and I hope to pioneer a wave.”
Young Syrup plans to have his name mentioned among the top rap artist with the release of “Rooftop.” His previous music videos for “King” and “Get Got” were popular among underground hip-hop fans, but “Rooftop” has potential to break into the mainstream.
Fans can watch “Rooftop” now. The single is his first release of 2018 and will be available across all streaming platforms.