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Trickstaer Wants To Know “When Does It End”

by The Alchemist

Tony Truong (born October 17, 2001), better known by his stage name Trickstaer, is a Vietnamese American rapper, singer, composer, and record producer. He received initial recognition from the third collection of music, Phantoms of Reiterations: released in September 2020.


Meet Trickstaer, a very odd case from New Braunfels, TX who has just recently put on a mass following, with his latest EP “Phantoms of Reiterations”. Is this just another average wanna-be kid nobody? Underground Hip-Hop fans have turned eyes and answered this question for us. Trickstaer is no stranger to being the underdog, and while newcomers to his music might not understand at first, watching his fans it’s definitely clear to see how much they love what he’s doing.


Our favorite song on his new EP, is called, “When Does It End”, as it has some very unique production. The track has a bouncy feel to it, while also having an underlying emotional aspect that really engages the listener. You can check out the track below.

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