Travis Porter comes from Atlanta's swag rap scene, backed with a cresting national hit in "Make It Rain" and major buzz in the South. It's the result of four years of grinding, as well as a little bit of controversy. Strap, Quez and Ali met in high school, and launched Travis Porter in 2006. The group initially included Roscoe Dash (then known as ATL), and in 2009 it notched its first regional hit, "All the Way Turnt Up." However, Roscoe Dash split from the group and alleged that it stole the song from him; he later re-recorded "All the Way Turnt Up" with teen hero Soulja Boy Tell 'Em. Unfazed, Travis Porter continued to make strides, including an appearance on Killer Mike's Underground Atlanta compilation and the regional hit "Go Shorty Go," before "Make It Rain" helped them land a deal with Jive Records.
Travis Porter Concert Films
Red Rock/From Day 1 Documentary
Runtime: 31 minThe film was written and directed by Ryan Lightbourn, who's cult horror/comedy short film Roid Rage received a slew of awards and screenings at film festivals. Lightbourn describes Red Rock as a genre mash up with influences from films such as Bad Boys II, Kill Bill, and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. With the internet abuzz and Red Rock set to grace film festivals across the globe, Travis Porter hope to see the film turn into their first full feature-length project.
Travis Porter Top Tracks
Live at the Blender Theater 2008
Runtime: 1 hr 1 minAside from his solo career, Young Jeezy is well known for helping pioneer the hip hop subgenre trap music, alongside fellow Atlanta-based rappers T.I. and Gucci Mane. This live concert performance captures his unique style and lyrics mastery.
Live at Tabernacle 2008
Runtime: 1 hr 14 minLudacris performs live at The Tabernacle in 2008. The show, in support of his sixth studio album, Release Therapy, which won Best Rap Album for the 2007 Grammy Awards, features performances of “Money Maker,” “What's Your Fantasy” and “Runaway Love”.