Miami rapper Trick Daddy has inked a deal with MTV/Pocket Books for the release of his autobiography, Magic City: Trials of a Native Son.
Assisting Trick with the book is journalist and former Miami Herald staff writer Peter Bailey.
The book will reveal the rapper's early life; from being the son of a pimp to having a drug-dealing brother who was murdered, Magic City will delve into Trick Daddy's life story.
Of course, it will also chronicle his rise to international fame, as well as a career spanning seven albums over a period of 13 years.
Recently, Trick Daddy was the subject of much speculation, as many thought the rapper leaked pictures of Rick Ross as a correctional officer [click to read]. Trick Daddy denied the claims.