Locking in with longtime collaborator Fyre for the entire record, James sounds rejuvenated as he crafts his next creative chapter.
History has shown that Jim Jones can be hot or cold when it comes to doing interviews. Sole Collector got him to talking fashion and boy was it an appearance for the ages.
When rappers appear on London-based radio personality Tim Westwood‘s show to freestyle we are always entertained. Whether that’s a good or bad thing is contingent upon the artists.
It’s 2015 and yes, we’re still talking about the N-word. That’s because people can’t get it through their heads that not everyone can say it. The rules seem to be pretty simple for most— Black people can say it if they choose to, white people can’t.
[ooyala code=”BmNzIycjrcQbR2AusZxQxPuHVh4wEaQr” player_id=”16d3592c0566485792a9febd7fbe442b”] Trinidad James is a fascinating character in this Hip-Hop game. Whether you consider him a one-hit wonder, or a savvy artist who is gaming the industry, the rapper born Nicholas Williams never shorts when it comes to entertaining commentary.
“This is really a gift for the fans that have been down with me and Dungeon Family for over 20 years. I’ve never given away free music before so if anytime is a good time, it’s now. I’m trying to show people that this is an art form. There’s a way to [create music] whether […]
The major side of the music industry may be rife with struggle but independent outlets like Think It’s A Game Entertainment have plenty to celebrate. Over the weekend, T.I.G. CEO Fly was at Prive Nightclub in Atlanta over the weekend alongside his hit-making artists Rich Homie Quan and Trinidad James to ring in his birthday […]
Whether it is a bit of luck or the fact that stringent marijuana laws are crumbling like Jericho’s walls from state to state, but it appears rap’s favorite golden boy Trinidad James has gotten a free pass following his February 8 arrest in Mississippi.
Now that 2013 is almost in the books and Christmas day is upon us, it is only fitting that Hip-Hop Wired also get into the holiday spirit.
Atlanta’s native son, Clifford “T.I.” Harris was proclaiming himself to be king long before he had a platinum album. With his apparent flair and knack for creating music that performed well in commercial and urban markets, he never saw a great deal of backlash for his cockiness.
It seems Trinidad Jame$ won’t be able to shake off his now infamous rant on the state of New York Rap so easily. First Maino g checked him in a taped phone conversation and now Mysonne has apparently confronted James in person.
We’ve all seen the video, but now comes the angst and agitation. Last night in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, Trinidad James$ performed at Converse’s Rubber Tracks Studios where he took a blatant shot at the birthplace of Hip-Hop. Today, Maino, Smoke DZA and more spoke up on their city’s behalf.