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Laylow's 'TrinityVille' produced by Sofiane Pamart, makes 'DJBOOTH: 5 Best French Rap Songs for February 2020'

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Following the injustice of being overlooked at the Victoires de la Musique, French rap continued its skyward trajectory in February with an abundance of high-caliber releases. New projects from Isha and Laylow were the highlights of a month that also saw ghostwriter extraordinaire, Meryl, release a stellar debut album, Jour avant caviar. From a February rich in sonics and superlative lyricism, here Laylow - "TrinityVille" is among DJBOOTH 'five choice additions to your French rap playlist.'

Produced by Dioscures and Sofiane Pamart, "TrinityVille" is the third single from Trinity. A lambent, cyber trap ballad that finds Laylow doubling down on his belief that 2020 is his for the taking ("This year, I promised myself that I'd raise the level and the standard"). Bullishly dismissing the current wave of industrial action in France as a movement that conflicts with his own ("I've worked like never before, a son of an immigrant doesn't strike"), "TrinityVille" furthers Laylow's individualistic quest to revamp French rap in dynamic fashion.

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