SNUPE BANDZ & PaperRoute Woo Are “Super Trap Bros”
Making waves in Memphis and beyond with their undeniable chemistry and knack for boastful bars, SNUPE BANDZ and PaperRoute Woo recognize the power of teamwork. Taking inspiration from the famed Nintendo duo, Super Mario Bros., the Paper Route Empire artists share “Super Trap Bros,” the latest video from their October album BOYZ N THE HOOD. Over bouncy yet ominous production, SNUPE and Woo detail their trap superpowers: “They can’t see me, cause I’m real hard but I make that sh*t look easy / Water on my body no Fiji.” In the video, complete with Super Smash Bros.-level special effects, Memphis’ super trap bros flex with their crew in front of the Young Dolph mural in their hometown, paying homage to the man who helped them earn their superpowers.
SNUPE and Woo’s Southern synergy is felt throughout the 15 tracks on BOYZ N THE HOOD, released in October. Each artist’s individual strengths shine through brilliantly – on “When I’m Bored,” Woo’s flex-heavy ferocity emerges in rare form, while SNUPE dazzles with his head-turning hooks and clever rhymes on standouts like “Dam Fool.” With high-energy features from Arkansas’ own Bankroll Freddie and the crunkstar himself, Duke Deuce, BOYZ N THE HOOD continues a new era of dominance for Paper Route Empire.