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Tight upper traps?

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Hi all, 

I am a bit confused as to whether or not I should directly be training my upper traps. I have been focusing a lot since the new year on fixing my rounded shoulders and including a lot of lower traps and rhomboid work. I have seen improvements in these areas and my posture has improved however my upper traps are still quite tight. 

I have read I need to stretch the upper traps, which I do every now and then but just find it boring to be honest. I would rather lifts weights if it helps, I am thinking of focusing more on directly training the upper traps but am not sure if this will help improve the tightness or make it worse? 

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