Back in 2003, Countre Boi connected with two aspiring rap artists on his job when he was working at a plant. During one of his lunch breaks, he noticed one of his co-workers writing, so he approached him and introduced himself. He let him know he was also an aspiring writer, and thought it would be a good idea if one day they got together to write sometime and maybe even form a group. After mentioning this, his new friend told him he knew of someone with some professional recording equipment that might be able to help them put it all together. The story of how things came together in the makeshift studio is a rather funny one. None of them knew how to operate the sophisticated tools they had, but they knew green light on the equipment meant they were doing something right, as opposed to a constant red light meaning they still needed to figure it all out.
When I interviewed Countre Boi, he indicated to me that he didn’t feel comfortable rapping about what the Trap County Boys were rapping about. They were talking about drugs and hustling, and that wasn’t a lifestyle he was accustomed to, he was always a church boy like his name indicates. Now of course I had to ask him if he actually knew what “trap boy” meant, and if so, why did decide to become a member of the group? His response was that although he was in the group, he made a decision to not rap about those nefarious situations the other two members in the group expressed. Of course this situation weighed heavy on his heart, because he felt as if he was a hypocrite, and as a result, he eventually left the group.