The traps broke when I rapped with Tunechi and Stacks though
Tunechi is one of Lil Wayne’s alias'.
Tech N9ne was featured on Lil Wayne’s The Carter IV — on the song Interlude together with Andre 3000 (refered to as ‘Stacks’)– and Tech Tech N9ne claimed that he thinks the song will “awaken a lot of other people that wouldn’t usually look [his] way” and “teach all the new fans how to become technicians.”
What Tech says is probably that his cooperation with Lil Wayne and Andre 3000 meant that he went out to more black and mainstream fans.
Lil Wayne was also featuring on Tech’s Fuck Food
“The traps broke” is a reference to the fact that Tech has had a rough time expanding his fan base, as if he was trapped. Doing the feature on Interlude “broke” these metaphorically traps so he could gain fans at the pace he deserves. Also ‘trap’ sometimes refers to the ghetto. “Trap music” was a popular genre of rap at the time this song was released, so he is likely referencing the fact that mainstream artists and fans are finally becoming aware of him and his music/talent. The breaking::blowing their mind with his talent.
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