Back in April of this year, the Garrisa University College attack in Kenya led by Al-Qaeda offshoot, Al-Shabaab left 147 students dead and several others injured. To support the families of the victims, Trinidad Jame$ and other American rap artists are set to perform next in Atlanta for the Pray For Kenya benefit concert.
As the 2015 BET Awards were underway, there was another worthwhile event going down in Los Angeles.
Trinidad James is a lot wiser than most people give him credit and he knows that his golden status can be used for the greater good of the Hip-Hop culture. He also loves his basketball and he blended his celebrity and sports savvy for a dope event early this month.
Rappers and industry heads alike know that come SXSW time in Austin, TX, Hard Knock Hoops has become a favored tradition. Those willing to take a Saturday morning off from the festival’s hustle and bustle to show off their basketball skills can attest that there’s nothing but bragging rights, sh*t talking and competition to be […]
Trinidad James has seen his name surface in the headlines of late, but not because the southern rap artist is in the midst of a new campaign for an album. In the wake of the OU SAE video release, usage of the “n-word” in Hip-Hop is the topic du jour with the media of late […]
The blowback following SAE’s racist implosion has spiraled in every direction possible and Trinidad James, of all people, found himself in the center of it.
Trinidad James is riding his independent wave from the surfs kicked up on No One is $afe. Recently, the gold-plated rapper brought a successful culture clash of his Atlanta sensibilities with the vibrant climate of Oakland by hosting a Nic Nac Event Planning art gallery.
Newfound freedom is just what the doctor ordered for Trinidad Jame$, who returns with free album for your consumption called No One Is $aFe.
Trinidad Jame$ has a lot to say on a politically charged track called “Black Man Pt. 1,” featuring Big K.R.I.T.
Trinidad Jame$ delivers a new EP, aptly titled The Wake Up, in the early morning hours of today.
Very few rappers can go toe-to-toe with Atlanta’s Trinidad Jame$ if sneakers are the topic of conversation. That said, the rapper will use his influence in his hometown to inspire some good at the Camp Jame$ sneaker drive charity.
Yeah, Trinidad Jame$ is still making music and drops a new song called “Who Dat (Falcons vs Saints 4Ever),” featuring Curren$y. Bless his heart.