The 'Trap Out' video illustrates the raw and gritty lifestyle of a small community that is unable to escape the vicious cycle of drugs, alcohol, material and addicts. Various settings were filmed to portray what Tito Green encountered in his early adulthood. The music video was inspired by Juvenile's 'Ha' video which also showcased highlights of the ghetto life.
Born in New Iberia, Louisiana and raised by his brother Freekey Zekey (President of Dipset), in Harlem, Tito Green has been in the music industry his whole life.
After being expelled from high school Tito Green began working, with his uncle Ty Dash, in the Marketing & Promotions department at Universal where he was responsible for artists like Nelly, Lil Wayne, and the Big Tymers. After leaving Universal, Tito decided to join his brother, Freekey Zekey and go on tour with Dipset, acting as assistant A&R for Juelz Santana.
A series of events took place which led to Cam’ron taking Tito Green under his wing. While living with Cam'ron, Tito quickly transitioned from behind the scenes to a recording artist. Tito went on to help produce Freekey Zekey’s The Book of Ezekiel which led to the formation of the 730 Dips.
For various personal reasons, Tito Green went on a hiatus and finally made a comeback on a feature with Lil Wayne and Freekey Zekey’s We Hustle in the spring of 2015. Tito Green is scheduled to release his EP produced by Cinematic Music Group’s Trigga T on the Smoker’s Club Tour in 2016.