Old & New TRAP Atlanta

A solo art show by Atlanta fine artist Rovelle Williams, which explores the origins of the “Dirty South” hustler’s past and present. Trap life as it was and still is today.

Trapping in da cut was a lifestyle and trapping out the house invited the red dogs to not just knock  knock but to kick in the front door in pursuit of drugs and drug dealers.

Goodie Mob rapped about it on the track “Dirty South” –  “One to da two da three da four dem dirty “Red Dogs” done hit the door, and they got everybody on they hands and knees. And they ain’t gonna leave until they find them keys”

This art show explores the love, the war, and the animalistic nature of survival.