Rhode-Island rapper Khary has spent most of 2016 reaping the rewards bloomed from the release of his Intern Aquarium project. He’s been performing throughout the country, and no doubt ideating tunes for his next work. He got a start on that mission last night with the release of “Big Trouble,” his first track in a while.
Just about anything can sound passable with some crispy trap drums under it, but “Big Trouble” was a particularly ambitious exploit. Produced by Jamvis and Lege Kale, the track relies on a flipped sample of traditional Chinese music. Perhaps that’s what informed the title and album cover, which plays off of the Big Trouble In Little China movie. “Big Trouble” is a particularly cheerful take on trap.
Khary floats over the hypnotic beat, noting his homies asked him “why are you stallin” and told him “you could make millions and bring back the feelin’.” He seems ready for the challenge on ”Big Trouble,” dispensing his witty bars in a manner that belies it’s no issue for him to be this dope. You can listen to “Big Trouble” below.