posted Monday August 04, 2014 at 10:00AM PST | 30 comments
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wtf!...i actually fucks wit this 5 stars
Always for real man
T James just a real dude
Trinidad James drops "All Gold Everything" and everyone goes crazy. On the radio and in the streets getting heavy rotation.
Trinidad James signs a big deal and everyone hates the nigga. He disses New York and he's one of the most hated rappers.
Trinidad James gets dropped and yal suddenly support him again.
Rap fans want to see niggas fail. This is the conclusion.
Or maybe he released complete shit when he signed the deal, and now that he was dropped, he let out this piece which is actually his best since all gold everything. That's why people support him
I bet thats too complex for you to understand Anon, but they wish him good hoping he wont be putting out trash music no more like he did.
What you think you seen is what you wanted to see, you use this shit as an example to prove the point that is your "conclusion", and that is wrong. Rap fans want some good music. News readers want some scandalous shit.
NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH. FOR THE MOST PART ANYWAYS. ESPECIALLY THEM "SOUTHERN MUSIC AINT TRUE HIP HOP SO IT AINT REAL MUSIC" KIND OF PEOPLE. HIP HOP IS NOT THE ONLY FORM OF MUSIC. AND NOT ALL MUSIC IS LYRICALLY INCLINED. SHIT THERES EVEN MUSIC WITHOUT WORDS....
Thought I was gonna hear trash, turns out this is dope
While I appreciate the fact that he's trying something different and the fact he's speaking about real issues, imo the beat is kind of weak.
Trinidad James must be the ugliest dude in the rap game. but this track aint too bad..and wale lost a deal and guess what wale is doing big..bein dropped from def jam dont have to mean the end for trinidad james
Hell yeah, trinadad gon always put on for the streets no matter what, even if he has to repeat the fact that he is indeed doing him, not you, but HIM over and over. He only does this so you can fully grasp the concept, for he knows these things are sometimes difficult for ordinary people to understand. Trinidad being among the extraordinary, we should thank him fow his patience in all our faces of ignorance. Trinidad finds beauty in this ignorance. He doesn't see a bottle half empty, but rather a bottle to be pissed in until it overflows and stains the carpet underneath. Trinidad = Rap game buda, on some real shit
lol did he actually finally craft a listenable track? 2 bad no one cares anyways
shut the fuck up. if you don't like then fine but you know what? you the kind of nigga he made this track about. according to you its good, nobody cares? I CARE. so fuck you and stop hatin. hatin ass nigga....
Track sux..he needs to step he game up 10x just to be considered a bad rapper.
Big improvement. Never thought I woulda said that for Trinidad James. Hope he keeps it up.
Aight. I'm listening. reminds me of some shit off codeine cowboy when 2chainz was at his best. what else you got?
wow real and dope , rope
This some of the realest shit ever. I was on his music before the hype and now he back to square one. I think he much better off the way he is now. He has a new drive pushing him now. Lookin forward to more of his music!
and 5 stars.
Hate for Trini aside this is a Dope track. Victim of the game. The hype beasts. The ringtone executives. The fast money labels. Not the end though. I think his story got more interesting. Now he has a story to tell. Shots to fire. Now he's an underdog. If he's truly great this is the time to find out. He has to put up points in the 4th quarter or flip burgers. I'm excited to see where he takes this. He has nothing to lose and we're all kinda listening.
Bro Bro he worked at Ginza, he doesn't and didn't own it. Track is aight though, it's crazy to see when you get the labels out the way
he owned a boutique in atlanta called ginza it was sucessful even before rap
Be you. Always. Do what you gotta do..for you. This is your blessing in disguise.