2 Chainz has created a new Atlanta landmark. The rapper painted a home pink and wrote "TRAP" on the front. The house mimics his album's cover art. Hundreds have lined up to see the social media sensation.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
If you think the Pink Trap House is a thing of the past, think again. The attraction is making a comeback just in time for the holidays.
2 Chainz’s management agency, Street Execs, made the announcement on its Facebook page earlier this week, revealing that the landmark, which is now Trap Wonderland, has a new location, updated look and some activities just for children.
While the home remains pink with the word “trap” written across the front, it’s now been decorated with tons of bright lights, a Christmas tree and a few snowmen.
The car is still there, too. It’s just covered in snow.
Back in June, the Atlanta rapper hosted a listening party to promote his latest project “Pretty Girls Like Trap Music.” For the event, he flipped a home, located on 1530 Howell Mill, to mimic his album’s cover art.
After the event ended, the he used it as an art gallery, church and health clinic. And it became a viral sensation as fans from across the country stopped by to pose in front of it for about a month until it closed.
Now the artist is bringing it back for the holiday season. Trap Wonderland opened Thursday in the parking lot of Street Execs at 1740 Defoor Place, and it will be available through Christmas.