Hailing out of Waco, TX, upcoming independent rap artist Wacotron recently dropped a new music video for “Take Off.” With his Southern demeanor and witty punchlines blasting through the speakers. Wacotron has managed to secure a solid fanbase with his enthusiastic Texas flow.
Produced by Southside (808 Mafia Boss) and Topp, “Take Off” uncovers the trials and tribulations Wacotron faced as a child growing up in a rough neighborhood. However, the track also reveals his eagerness to “take off” in the industry.
The Pick Six records signee reflects on blowing up in the middle of a pandemic, making his mom proud and his longing to perform in front of a large crowd. In the visuals, Wacotron is seen standing in the door of a bank vault filled with a pile of cash. Wacotron sports a white puffer, a new iced-out grill, and a chain with a charm in the shape of Texas.
Wacotron had a knack for rhyming since his teenage days. Growing up, the artist was surrounded by 808 driven music and listened to music in the car with his dad quite frequently. Reaching a point where another source of income was needed, Wacotron decided it was time to step foot in the booth.
“Take Off” is the follow up to Wacotron’s December release to “Cut Me Up.” Also produced by Southside, “Cut Me Up” is a full-fledge banger with over 1 million views on YouTube — his highest-ranking video on the platform. Shortly after, the Texas rapper dropped “Toothpaste.” Another trap anthem that has over 700,000 combined views and streams.
There’s no doubt that Wacotron has his foot on everyone’s neck. But if he keeps dropping hits like this, he will soon have a little friendly competition with other southern trap artists.
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