Moses Brown, professionally known as Trapboi Sn, is a rapper hailing from Liberia, West Africa. With a passion ignited by his powerful penmanship, he has embarked on a rap career with influences from Afrobeats and Drill. Citing Pop Smoke as his idol, Trapboi Sn finds inspiration in the rhythms and melodies of these genres. His most significant song, “Legacy Freestyle,” reflects on his roots, aspirations, and promises to achieve greatness. Trapboi Sn’s confidence in his talent and unique sound is evident, as he believes that listeners will be instantly impressed with his music. With ambitious plans to launch his brand, buy his mother a mansion, and become Africa’s biggest rapper, Trapboi Sn is on a journey to leave a lasting legacy. A humorous memory from his first recording session—when he forgot his whole song—highlights the nervous energy and determination that have fueled his artistic growth.

Interview with Trapboi Sn

Tell us about yourself, who are you and where do you come from?

I am Moses Brown Professionally known as Trapboi Sn. A Rapper From Liberia West Africa.

How was your passion for music born? Who are your idols?

Everything Started When I knew i had a powerful pen power. then it gradually grew and lead me to pursing a rap career my only idol is the big hommie Pop Smoke (Rip)

What kind of music do you do?

I do Afrobeats & Drill i always go crazy when i hear a drill beat, and i love everything about this genre, the beats, the bars even the drumkits, is a real inspiration to me as for afrobeats, am only into it because of the melody. it motivates me alot.

What is the most important song for you? What message do you want to convey to the listener?

the most important song for me is Legacy Freestyle my latest song. This song makes me remember where i came from and where am heading to as if thats not enough, it also comment on my lifestyle and what am going to leave behind to be remembered. telling all those who are doubting me that i’ll be at the top soon (Legacy)

Why should a listener who doesn’t know you listen to your music?

well, it’s because i make good music. my songs are full of vibes, no one is going to listen to the first 30 seconds of my songs without being impressed Am not trying to be boastful here, but i am real talented, i can say that anywhere.

What are your future projects? Where do you see yourself 5 years from now?

It’s actually a long journey, launching my own brand, turning my hometown to estate, buying mom a mansion its plenty. in the next five years, i see myself as the biggest rapper from africa.

Tell our readers a funny episode that happened in your career as an artist.

Lol My First Time Recording I was nervous asf and forgot my whole song soon as the Mic Countdown began the producer told me to go and study the song, then come back for business.