by khoward


Poodeezy is easily one of the hottest artists coming from the West Coast right now and today makes his official debut on the Elevator pages with the crisp new video for his newest single titled, “Hard For A Native”

The San Diego rapper has been absolutely killing the game recently and with the release of his latest project Trap Native 2.0, today, he continues the rollout for the Mexico Merio produced banger with the powerful new visual filmed entirely on the reservation with Indigenous Enterprise in Arizona using their homes and landscapes helps to emphasize his message of resilience.

Thomas Tyrell is like a trap Scorsese with the camera work bringing Poodeezy’s music to life with lyrics about the uphill battles he’s encountered growing up repping his Kumeyaay Tribe that encompass all the hardships of the everyday life of the modern 21st-century indigenous person.

It’s not often that you see musicians make it off the reservation doing what they love, but it seems the tide may soon be changing. Stay connected with the Trap Native himself and enjoy this amazing visual below.