Music last year Share Tweet Pin Share Earlier this month, Shoreline Mafia rapper Rob Vicious ushered in a “new era” for Atlantic Records with the release of his debut solo project Traplantic. Continuing to support the project, the fast-rising Los Angeles star further breaks down the backstory behind his recent full-length for a special documentary based on the Traplantic narrative. “I grew up in West Adams, LA,” Rob Vicious explains at the beginning of his Traplantic documentary. “When you hear gangbanging, what the f*ck go through your head? Selling drugs, shooting, fighting, bullshit, broken homes, broke people, bums and that’s exactly what Adams is. It’s a trap, that’s why I got it tattooed on my body.” Traplantic provided the sounds of Vicious’ Los Angeles upbringing, and it’s accompanying visual delivers the sights. “I ain’t come up around no fake sh*t,” Vicious shares. “How you get treated out here is going to be reflected on how you put off yourself.” Bonus: Want to stay up to date on our latest Rare Norm news ? You can check out Rob Vicious’ Traplantic documentary above, and check out the itinerary for his upcoming Traplantic tour below.