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Album Review

Say what you will about the vulgarities, drug use, and questionable angle on higher learning ("This one for dem colleges/Them bad hoes at Spelman") but rapper Trinidad James did an amazing thing with his debut single "All Gold Everything." The snaggle-toothed pimp cracked the Top Ten on both the R&B and rap charts with this weird Dirty South swagger fest, and that's with the song's creeping tempo, its heavy use of insider slang ("Hypebeasts, we know about cha"), and lyrics that need hellacious editing. Not only that, but the key line "Popped a Molly, I'm sweating (Woo!)" spawned a worthy Internet meme, while those OG Jordan's you bidded on just went up thanks to a well-placed mention.


Born: September 24, 1987 in Trinidad & Tobago

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '10s

Coming up somewhere between Wiz Khalifa's loose flow and hedonistic lyrics and Lil B's free spirit and love of alternative-flavored beats, Atlanta's Trinidad James went from viral to Def Jam signee, and all in his rookie season. Born Nicholas Williams in Trinidad & Tobago but raised in Atlanta, he was a 24-year-old manager of a downtown streetwear boutique when he decided to try his hand at rapping and become Trinidad James. That was late 2011, and in October of 2012, Trinidad dropped his debut mixtape,...
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