Young Thug, Lil Durk, and Young Dolph Are Trapping Out of the Waffle House on "Trap House (Remix)"

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Waffle House is known for its no-frills, all day breakfast food (and occasionally for some ratchet behavior on its patrons' part), but we're pretty sure this wasn't what their marketing team had in mind. On "Trap House (Remix)," Lil Durk and Young Dolph grab Young Thug for an ode to trapping out of their local Waffle House. This sounds like a joke, but that's actually the premise of the song. "My trap house a Waffle House" is the main line on the chorus, and the first line of Durk's verse is "I got syrup in my trap house/It's something like a Waffle House." 

Hilarious premise aside, "Trap House (Remix)" is a classic hip-hop drug dealer anthem. Each rapper takes turns boasting about their black market business dealings and the bling that it's earned them. Thugger even boasts about selling out of his mother's house, and keeps the breakfast metaphors going by rapping "I whip up some eggs and I scramble that shit/Cook ni**as." The song originally appeared on Durk's 300 Days 300 Nights mixtape from 2015, sans Thugger. 

You can get your "Trap House" syrup fix from Durk, Thugger, and Dolph below. 

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