By now, you’ve seen someone rocking clothing from The Trap Designer’s booming line of clothing, Twenty1Rich. Everyone from NickNackPattiWhack, to Leonard Fournette has been seen wearing the clothing, and it seems as though the young designer is only getting his product in the hands of more prominent figures. New Orleans has embraced The Trap Designer, and now he’s expanded his line to L.A, and they’ve embraced him in the same way. We’ll discuss more about The Trap Designer, and his success in the Joy Rich fashion show later, but right now we’re going to get into his new music video, “Feel Me”. Yes, you read that correctly, The Trap Designer doubles as a music artist, and it seems as though his two careers are beginning to reach shoulder level. Check out “Feel Me” right here.

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Now that we’ve discussed The Trap Designer’s evolving music career, let’s talk about the career that he’s been eating in for awhile now. His Twenty1Rich brand. The huned dollar bill on clothing seems like an easy concept, but it’s all about the person wearing it. The Trap Designer has found a way to get some of music, entertainment, and sports’ biggest names to swear by his product, and it’s resulted in an exponential spike in sales, both online, and in stores. Because of this success, The Trap Designer was invited to walk in Joy Rich’s Fashion Show. This particular Joy Rich show was in collaboration with Snoop Dogg. If you want to cop some gear from Twenty1Rich, you can click (here), and join the wave of young ill mFers who have been stamped by the brand.

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