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.”