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Chicago Santana Talks New Mixtape Trappid 19 And More

Chicago Santana dropped his new mixtape “Trappid 19” Tonight produced by well-known producer Lex Luger who has also worked with Rick Ross, Waka Flocka, Wiz Khalifa, Gucci Mane, Juicy J, Wale, and many more. Santana mixtape has guest appearances by Pretty Blakk, Money Pistolz , Mega Manee & Diezel. In our interview, the star talks touring, making significant moves, and more. Make sure you listen to his new mixtape below “Trappid 19,” which is now streaming on all platforms and check out our latest interview below.

Chicago Santana Q&A On Voice It

Tiara – Tell me about your new EP TRAPPID – 19?

Chicago Santana – TRAPPID – 19 is a six-track EP produced by Lex Luger he made a single with Rick Ross called “Blowin Money Fast,” Waka Flocka “Hard In Da Paint ” and more. Lex Lugar lives in the same area, so we just did a lot of networking together. The idea behind the EP is if you a hustler keep going, nothing should affect you, and if you are not thinking of a way, just keep going.

Tiara – Are you signed to a label at the moment, or are you an independent artist?

Chicago Santana – At the moment, I’m an independent artist; I had a few offers. If I find someone to push me the right way, better than how I push myself, I’ll be willing to move forward, but I’m okay being independent for right now.

Tiara – Where are some of the places you would like to tour?

Chicago Santana – I have many shows in New York my next stop will be in North Carolina I’m waiting on the details for that show, Florida is the place that I would like to tour.

Tiara – What are some of the top artists you’re listening to?

Chicago Santana – I listen to a lot of Memphis Music, Money Bagg Yo, Pooh Shiesty, Young Dolph, Yo Gotti.

Written by Tiara Monroe

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