The hip-hop and rap game has continued to shift over time. There are the players who can cope with the change, and others who can’t. And those who can, survive.

That’s the story of midwest rapper, Tripp Marxx. He’s a true survivor, and doesn’t plan on leaving any time soon.

His drive, ambition and work ethic are the perfect compliments to his talent, which is tough to find among the deep sea of hip-hop artists today.

In a world where performers who write their own songs is becoming rarer with each day that passes, Tripp’s ability to craft a song and entertain show how much of a contender he really is.

A perfectionist himself, he supplies his listeners with slick cuts that bounce and bass that shakes the trunk.

With hip-hop being so “watered down” these days, Tripp works to keep that “glimmer of hope” alive for hip-hop and rap fans alike.

Tripp has opened up shows for various major label acts, such as Paul Wall, Young Jeezy, Twista, Skee-Lo and the legendary 2 Live Crew.

In addition to him performing a countless number of shows throughout the midwest region, Tripp has been a semi-finalist in the Discmakers Independent Music World Series in 2006 and 2007, going head to head with not only hip-hop artists, but every genre of music out there.

Now, with his own imprint, Glass House Records, it’s easy to see that Tripp is ready to take his game to another level.

This kid has a bright future. Keep a close eye on this industry shaker. It will only be a matter of time before this guy becomes a household name.

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