Most assumed that Trinidad Jame$ would become one of the ghosts of Hip-Hop’s past by now, but he’s somehow managed to maintain some sort of relevancy. While in NYC on the Under The Influence (of Music) tour, the ATLien caught up with Miss Info to discuss his forthcoming project.
Last night, BET aired their 9th annual celebration of music and fashion, Rip The Runway, during which a bevy of notable Hip-Hop and R&B artists typically grace the stage. This year was no different, as Trinidad Jame$ and Maybach Music Group’s own Rick Ross and Meek Mill were among those to perform in front of the packed house at […]
Nardwuar is slowly leaking a string of interviews from this year’s SXSW festival. The first featured Joey Bada$$ and his Pro Era crew, and the follow up is with the one and only Trinidad Jame$. During this sit down, Canada native asked the ATLien about his Caribbean roots, some of his favorite food spots in […]
Last night, Trinidad Jame$ made his first televised appearance, taking the stage on Late Night wih Jimmy Fallon, where he performed the turn up anthem “All Gold Everything.” Considering the momentum of his breakout hit, it’s a wonder that late night talk shows took so long to notice his movement.
Trinidad James seemingly took over the entire city of Atlanta last night as he shot the video for the “All Gold Everything” Remix.
Sha Money XL’s has heard the criticism thrown at Trinidad James and has offered up a response. As VP of A&R at Def Jam, the label which signed James, Sha has worked with some of the biggest artists in the game, and is responsible for helping to construct G-Unit’s onetime musical takeover.
Eight months ago, nobody knew that Trinidad James was a rapper. Come February the Def Jam artist will be going on tour.
Trinidad Jame$’s “All Gold Everything” gets perhaps its best makeover to date courtesy of fellow ATLien, Killer Mike. “Snowin in the Bluff,” derived from 2011 cult-classic film Snow In The Bluff, details a facet of Atlanta that differs from the gentleman’s club and molly-filled party life that’s been glorified as of late.
As Trinidad James continues to ride the success of his single, “All Gold Everything,” the many remixes are finally starting to come to fruition.
With news of a “17 verse” remix to “All Gold Everything” about to hit the airwaves soon, French Montana lets his version loose of the viral smash.
Trinidad James has been enjoying the success of his hit single “All Gold Everything,” to the tune of his new record deal with Def Jam. However, he’s not satisfied.
The internet is a beautiful thing. It is a never ending hub of education and information that links people from all walks of life, globally like no invention before. That has nothing to do with this.
Oh, you knew it was coming. Pitbull and his boy Sensato get back on their remix game and they chose Trinidad James’ song of the moment to tweak.
Trinidad James hears mumblings of him being a “one-hit wonder,” but he’s not concerned with the title. Gaining success off of one song (“All Gold Everything”), and signing a deal with Def Jam for an alleged $2 million, can bring the haters out the woodworks, and James understands their skepticism.
One may think that Trinidad James doesn’t care much about his rap career—and for good reason. Instead of trying tirelessly to get shine, like other aspiring MCs, James somewhat stumbled upon stardom.
If you haven’t had enough of all the “All Gold Everything” remixes and the infamous Molly references, good news, none of it will be going away any time soon. N.O.R.E. has released his own remix to “All Gold Everything” calling it the “Street Molly” remix.
Trinidad James took his NYC media tour through Power 105.1 The Breakfast Club. A hot commodity when it comes to thirsty music execs, the Atlanta rapper spoke on dealing with the hype surrounding his music, avoiding becoming a one hit wonder and how he secured all the beats for his Stay S.A.F.E. mixtape, for free.
The Trinidad James madness looks like it is only going to get bigger and bigger.
I guess this is what the kids call “turned up?” My Lord, Trinidad James cause a near riot last night at Santos Party House.
Trinidad James plans to stay in the game for way longer than 15 minutes. The flamboyantly dressed Atlanta rapper has teamed with Empire Distribution to make his smash hit “All Gold Everything” and the mixtape it resides on, Don’t Be S.A.F.E. (short for Sensitive As F**k Everyday), available on iTunes.