Exclusive: Get to Know New York’s Trigg The Ruler

Trigg The Ruler is a highly sought-after hip-hop music video director who has worked with numerous big names in the industry.

Trigg The Ruler is a 28-year-old hip-hop music video director who has worked with some of the biggest upcoming names in the industry. With a unique creative vision and a talent for bringing the artist’s vision to life, Trigg has established himself as one of the most sought-after directors in New York. In this interview, we’ll be talking to Trigg about his experiences working with different rappers, life on tour, and the rap scene in his hometown.

   Q: Can you tell us a bit about your experience working with different rappers and their unique personalities?

Trigg: It’s an interesting experience. Each rapper has their own unique personality that they bring to the table. Some are outgoing and energetic, while others are introverted and reserved. As a director, it’s important to be able to adapt to each rapper’s personality and figure out what works best for them

Q: What’s it like being on tour with rappers?

Trigg: Touring with rappers can be fun, but it’s also demanding. You’re constantly on the move, traveling from city to city, and working long hours. It’s important to stay focused and be prepared for anything that might come your way. That being said, being on tour is also a great opportunity to see the world and experience new things.

Q: Can you tell us a bit about the rap scene in your small hometown of Syracuse?

Trigg: The rap scene in Syracuse is growing, but it’s still small compared to other cities. It’s been exciting to see the scene evolve over the years. There’s a lot of growth potential, and I think that with the right support and resources, Syracuse could become a major player in the hip-hop indie world.

Q: What do you think sets your music videos apart from others in the industry?

Trigg: my ability to bring the artist’s vision to life while also incorporating my own creative vision. I also try to push the boundaries and try new things, whether it’s experimenting with different camera angles or incorporating visual effects.

Q: What advice would you give to aspiring music video directors?

Trigg: My advice would be to stay focused and never stop learning. The industry is constantly changing, and it’s important to stay on top of the latest trends and technologies. It’s also important to build relationships and network with other people in the industry. Finally, don’t be afraid to take risks and try new things. That’s how you grow and evolve as a director.