Shout out to Grand Hustle’s Trae Tha Truth is having an outstanding year. After making new srides with T.I. and his Grand Hustle camp, the Houston-born MC has been on a world wind of greatness. One of those great things he’s been able to capitalize on is his digital animated series, “Trae“.


Trae” has been going for a couple years now. But, the cartoon series has picked up a lot of steam and viewership in the last year or so. It’s not only a fan favorite but also celeb favorite as well. Most recently, actor Omar Epps introduced the series to comedian/actor Marlon Wayans.


Marlon Wayans is the co-founder of What The Funny Studios. Epps believed that “Trae” brought the type of humor that could easily jive with the type of projects produced by WTF Studios.


“Trae Tha Truth’s animated series has the brand of humor which is a perfect fit for Marlon Wayans’ WhatTheFunny digital network. With Trae’s core demographic being die hard fans, I’m excited for him to expand his audience through WhatTheFunny’s expansive platform.”


Omar Epps is also executive producing the animated series.


As part of the deal, Trae Tha Truth and his partner Sugarman will produce ten exclusive episodes for This will be WTF’s first deal with an animated series.



In case you have no idea what this animated series is about, here’s a synopsis:


‘Trae’ will follow the hilarious life misadventures of its namesake, Trae Tha Truth, as he traverses the country with his trusty band of miscreants, Grey-D, JayTon , Boss, Purpa and Birdfeed, on the road to stardom. Much like its wildly popular predecessor, ‘The Adventures’ of Trae Tha Truth’, which launched in 2008, surprise celebrity guests are also likely. Past cameos have included MTV’s Sway Calloway, Power 105.1’s Angela Yee and New Orleans rap legend, Mystikal.



Watch an episode of “Trae” below: