So i know as far as rap goes on my account i tend to stick to old school stuff, or at least traditional hip hop, but i do enjoy my fair share of trap. unfollow me if you want! in my opinion, travis scott's "rodeo" is a trap masterpiece. i like it so much because it is very experimental, and no two songs sound the same. trap doesn't have to be very in depth, and it usually isn't, but i think that's what makes rodeo stick out. you've probably heard the second single off of this album, the earworm "antidote". funny thing is, it was supposed to just be a sound cloud loosie before it became so huge (and cost about 50% of the album's budget from a sample clearance). but this album is much more. it features guest appearances from legends like t.i., juicy j, kanye, future, and 2 chainz, as well as many of scott's peers like young thug, quavo, swae lee, chief keef, and many more. even justin beiber makes an appearance, and that's actually one of my favorite songs on the album. travis is able to come in with bangers like oh my dis side, 3500, nightcrawler and antidote, or go for a laid back track like impossible, which reminds me a lot of the original blade runner soundtrack. it gets really weird with songs like p**s on your grave featuring kanye using a psych rock sample to create a very angry and abrasive yeezus-esque beat, or flying high featuring toro y moi which midway through sounds like a tyler the creator beat! however, the shining track of this album has to be 90210, produced by dj dahi and featuring kacy hill. the song starts with a melody using auto tune tastefully with travis talking about a drug addicted p**n star, but halfway through the beat switches and travis snaps with bars about his recent life of fame. man, i could go on all day about this album. if your a trap fan who hasn't heard it, punch yourself in the face and give it a listen. if you're an old head, just give it a shot and you may be surprised.