One t time southern ruler and Miami’s favorite Hip-Hop son Trick Daddy dropped his eighth album this week. Going the independent route after launching his own label Dunk Ryder Records, the lyrical explosion mixed with harsh street tales of survival in entitled Finally Famous. Speaking with Hip-Hop Wired, Mr. 305 stated,
“It’s the same Trick Daddy you hear on all my albums. I’m still representing what I always have, the struggle, the streets, the thugs. It’s a new game out now called “Tattling” where ni**as is snitching and getting their time cut and it’s very contagious and I’m talking a lot about that up there. I’m doing me now. I am the boss on this project. I totally control everything now but I’m still definitely doing my thug thizzle.”
Trick is already tearing up the streets with several songs from the album including “Why They Jock” and the Rick Ross diss, “This Is The Shyte That I Live.”
As previously reported, Trick will also be releasing his autobiography later this year called “Magic City: Trials Of A Native Son” through MTV Books. In addition he got his acting on in the upcoming films Just Another Day. The film will also star “The Wire’s” Wood Harris and Jamie Hector as well Lil Scrappy, Big Daddy Kane, Esther Baxter, Petey Pablo and Big Daddy Kane.
Trick Daddy – “This The Shyte That I Live”