HoodTrophy Bino shares new single and video for “Shake Sum Lil Bitch”. Overflowing with an infectious piano riff, razor-sharp beats, and HoodTrophy Bino’s signature flow, the single packs a riveting punch that’s sure to give you whiplash. Back with another wild party anthem, Bino brings his supersonic energy and suave stage presence to the table like you’ve never seen it before on “Shake Sum Lil Bitch”.
The music video was directed by the one and only super producer and director Chico Bennett and follows a high school version of Bino, football jersey and all, as he transforms his classroom into a rowdy dancefloor. Catch glimpses of girls twerking on desks and tearing up the cafeteria with an electrifying dance battle. “Shake Sum Lil Bitch” is sure to get you up and dancing with intense rhythms that send visceral waves of energy through your whole body.
“Shake Sum Lil Bitch” kicks off an important moment in HoodTrophy Bino’s career as he’s about to go on tour opening for Soulja Boy. Signed to Soulja Boy’s Stacks On Deck Money Gang label, the two rappers have a longstanding friendship. Bino has received high acclaim from Allhiphop, Earmilk, and The Source to name a few.
Los Angeles based rapper HoodTrophy Bino (Tadashi Sayres) creates empowering music about overcoming hardships and leveling up in life. Raised by a single mother in a house with fourteen brothers and sisters under one roof in Palmdale, California and later the crime ridden projects of South Central LA, HoodTrophy Bino (“Bino”) succumbed to the gang life that surrounded him. Finding an important outlet in music when violence surrounded him, Bino began rapping himself – first being exposed to freestyle through his older brother.
Due to gang involvement and a father serving a life-sentence in San Quentin, Bino began repeating a doomed path that found him circulating in and out of jail. During one of his short stints, he met Soulja Boy who was also serving time. The two developed a friendship after Bino wrote him a letter and gave him a bag of Hot Cheetos. Shortly after his release from jail, Big Draco reached out and signed Bino to his S.O.D.M.G. (Stacks on Deck Money Gang) label having been impressed by his determination and musical talent. Venturing into the studio soon after, they recorded their first song “Racing In Traffic” in 2021.
Bino’s music discusses his life and what he’s been through; from hard-hitting bangers like “Thuggin” to melodic, soulful ballads, like “Project Baby.” Bino’s single “Dripped in Designer” was released in 2021 featuring Soulja Boy Tell ‘Em. It’s a muted, melancholy rap saga celebrating luxurious dreams of distant islands and designer drip. “Most Wanted” is a potent powerhouse that shows off Bino’s quick-witted flow and upbeat tempo. The respect and love Bino has received from music has given him hope and encouraged him to show a better life to his young children.
Released earlier this year, “Project Baby” is HoodTrophy Bino’s raw, reflective look at his past growing up in the projects. It’s an empowered retelling of his own struggles meant to uplift people that have faced similar obstacles to Bino and show them there is hope for a better future.
Bino’s single, “Wake Em Up” features acclaimed female rapper K Shiday and delivers a powerful message about staying present in the moment and engaged in life. After experiencing the loss of his family members, Bino used this philosophy to help heal himself and hopes to encourage others to do the same. “What You Got On” exudes the extravagant, lush energy that is a part of Bino’s post-fame reality. His new single “Shake Sum Lil Bitch” is a feel-good anthem anthem, where Bino brings his supersonic energy to make the whole club bounce.
By reducing his sentence from 13 years to a 7 year joint suspension for good behavior, HoodTrophy Bino is a standout example of someone who has overcome insurmountable obstacles, escaped gang life, and created a better future for himself and his family. Today, he is an advocate for gang members who grow up in the hood and witness death every other day with seemingly no way out. Developing his own PTSD, anxiety, and depression, Bino knows many young people are overlooked without an outlet for therapy or a way to express themselves.
HoodTrophy Bino has opened for Soulja Boy, Tee Grizzley, Bow Wow, Snoop Dogg, Chris Brown, Omarion, Flo Malcom, Skinnyfromthe9, YN Jay, and Ohgeesy. With a new album on the horizon, HoodTrophy Bino is a prolific rapper and motivator for his generation. “I’m not here because I’m the best, I’m here because they tried to break me and they couldn’t.”
TOUR DATES WITH SOULJA BOY
5-5 San Luis Obispo
5-6 Las Vegas (Lovers and Friends Festival)
5-7 Albuquerque, NM
5-17 Washington, DC
5-19 NY, NY (Webster Hall)
5-22 Cleveland, OH (House of Blues)
5-26 Joliet, IL
6-5 Portland, OR (Roseland)