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.
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$ is very much a part of Def Jam, but it’s unclear what his strategy is in regards to releasing new music. Nevertheless, he returns with a track titled “B*tch Plea$e” featuring Scotty, Goldyard, and 2$ Fabo of the “illustrious” D4L.
Like any industry, Hip-Hop has some questionable practices behind the scenes. Then again, Industry rule #4080 has been an adage in the culture for over 20 years, and Trinidad Jame$ agrees on “Rap Game Just Too Funny.”
Things were all fine and dandy for rapper Trinidad Jame$. But that’s before a run in with Mississippi police resulted in his arrest.
Of all the people we expected to commemorate Def Jam’s 30th anniversary, Trinidad Jame$ wasn’t one of them. But as the saying goes, “c’est la vie,” as the Atlanta released a track titled “Def Jam.”
How did we miss this one? In the spirit of Thanksgiving and New York City pride, Papoose unveiled a song aptly titled “Jive A$$ Turkey” in reply to comments Trinidad Jame$ made about the Big Apple some weeks ago.
Many were “up in arms” after Trinidad Jame$ said, “we run y’all musically,” during a rant about southern Hip-Hop versus the music New York City is producing at a recent Brooklyn show. But Maino, who recently contacted the “All Gold Everything” rapper personally to demand an apology, clearly isn’t taking the disrespect towards his stomping […]
We’re seeing the aftermath of the hoopla surrounding statements Trinidad Jame$ made about New York City Hip-Hop at a Brooklyn concert Tuesday (November 12). Just 48 hours later, Maino and others have issued Twitter responses, and now we receive a track from the Atlanta rapper called “L.I.A.A.R.S.”
Last night, New York City gained an unexpected adversary in Trinidad Jame$, who ruffled a few feathers during a rant at Converse Rubber Tracks in Brooklyn.
Migos drop the video for “Jumpin Out Da Gym,” featuring Trinidad Jame$ and Riff Raff. With a line up like that, where else would this video premiere but World Star Hip-Hop?
Rich Homie Quan is looking to bubble and break nationally thanks to his “Type Of Way” hit. So it goes without saying that the up and coming Atlanta rap star celebrated his birthday in style this past weekend with Trinidad Jame$, ForteBowie and more.
Last summer, Trinidad Jame$ had a certified smash with “All Gold Everything.” But, as many called even back then, the jig is up. Let this Westwood Crib Sessions freestyle by the Atlanta rapper stand as undeniable evidence of his knack for serving up struggle raps.
Trinidad Jame$ was among a list of artists we spoke to at the 2013 BMI R&B/Hip-Hop Awards. Our brief conversation covered a range of topics including his 10 PC Mild mixtape, why he elected to work with known producers the second time around, and most entertainingly, one of the more interesting things he saw on the […]
After teasing fans with an ambiguous trailer, Childish Gambino unveils the director’s cut of his short film Clapping For The Wrong Reasons. The visual is a mockumentary of sorts that follows the rapper-actor, formally known as Donald Glover, and his random encounters.
Trinidad Jame$ has yet to release another record that’s impacted like “All Gold Everything,” but he hopes to change that today with a new mixtape called 10 Pc. Mild.
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.
Is it an upcoming music video? Is it a new TV series? Is it a stoner flick featuring rappers? These are just some of the questions that come to mind after watching a teaser clip from Childish Gambino titled, “Clapping For All The Wrong Reasons.”
Noteworthy up and comer Scotty returns today with a visual for his smooth tune “Game.” The bubbling ATLien takes us to church in a proverbial sense here alongside fellow southerners Trinidad Jame$ and Big K.R.I.T.