There are many talented rappers and poets in the world. Some of them are well known and some of them are known, but not as much as others. With that said, “Trent – G” is definitely a talented rapper and poet on the rise from Chicago, and we estimate that he’s going all the way.
Let me start by saying that he is no amateur in the music industry or rocking microphones, having been featured on multiple national TV & radio shows to interview and perform. In the earlier days of his career, “Trent” won $10,000 on the “Steve Harvey Show” as the fastest rapper, from there to “Good Morning America”, to multiple newspaper write-ups in Chicago. “Trent” has been featured on “107.5FM” (WGCI Chicago Radio) “102.3FM” (WYCA Chicago Radio) “106.3FM” (WSRB Chicago Radio) “92.3FM” (WPWX Chicago Radio) “98.9FM” (KISS KENTUCKY RADIO), and countless of others.
When “Trent – G” was younger, he glorified street life in his lyrics, but as he got older and matured, “Trent” started to rap about his faith in God, the justice system, and let out messages of hope, encouragement, and motivation in his lyrics. However, even with a more righteous flow, he still amazes crowds with pure lyricism. Trent’s life story was featured on “The 700 Club”, airing on ABC Television, and viewed by millions. “Trent” was the first rapper to perform on the TV Show “Singsation”, airing internationally on WGN TV, and hosted by former presidential candidate “Dr. Willie Wilson”. “Trent – G” was also a special guest on “The Empowerment Encounter” TV Show, airing internationally on “The Word Network”, and hosted by renowned Pastor “Jamal Bryant”. “Trent – G” was also a special guest on “The Dorinda Show”, airing nationally on “Total Christian TV”, and hosted by Grammy winner “Dorinda Clark Cole” of “The Clark Sisters”. Trent’s rap skills also have taken him to be a special guest on “The Pastor Donnie Mcclurkin Radio Show”, not once but twice.
Furthermore, there is one song from “Trent ” that we gave an ear to especially, and that is a song called “Reparations”. This is a very powerful song pinned by “Trent” that endorses the belief that reparations are owed to American Descendants of Slaves for what their ancestors endured on American soil.
The topic of reparations is not new in America. The United States paid reparations to interned Japanese Americans, Native Americans for seized land, etc. However, some disagree with the belief that reparations should be paid to American Descendants of Slaves, as they pose the question “Why Should I Pay For Something That I Did Not Do?” It’s an ongoing debate, especially with Evanston Illinois passing a reparations bill for its black residents, and the presentation of HR-40 on Capital Hill by representative Sheila Jackson Lee, which speaks to reparations for slavery. Nevertheless, the song written by “Trent -G” has amazing lyricism and delivery. There are many other accolades to “Trent – G”, from award nominations to more TV appearances. In closing, this write-up is to simply show the greatness of “Trent – G” as an independent artist on the rise. His lyrical drive is continuing to open doors for him in the music industry, and we at “Entertainment Monthly News” believe he is going to the top.
Check out his music video, entitled “Reparations”, which is in fact one of the hardest rap songs ever made on YouTube. You can also reach “Trent” at “trentgmusicandmore” on all social media platforms.