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Trick Daddy

"'Back By Thug Demand' available Dec. 19"

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Perhaps it's the way he keeps backsides bouncing with energetic, club-jumping anthems like "Shut Up" and "Take It to Da House." Or maybe it's his foul-mouthed, triple-X antics on such hood hits like "Na'an N****" and last year's candy-licking summer single, "Sugar (Gimme Some)." Or it could be the way his deep, soul-drenched baritone unapologetically reveals honest, first-hand accounts of life inside the ugly underbelly of America's inner cities on heart-wrenching prophecies like "America" and "Thug Holiday." Whatever the reason behind the remarkable success of his six-album solo career, Trick Daddy has become one of the most diverse and recognizable voices in hip-hop today. Not only has Trick been able to appeal to the mainstream masses who have given him a handful of platinum albums, but he has also kept his grassroots fan base satisfied with true-to-life lyrics and trunk-rattling beats. Now, after a decade of on-the-scene reporting from the mean streets of his Miami-Dade County stomping grounds, Trick Daddy returns with a flawless seventh album, aptly titled "BACK BY THUG DEMAND." "There are people out there that ain't got nowhere to stay," says Trick. "Other people can't read, write, add, or count. All they can do is rob or gamble or steal or sell dope. I put people on the level where they can relate and understand what other people go through. My music comes from personal experience. It's all hand-to-hand combat when dealing with the realities of life." One of these revealed realities is the visually graphic metaphor "Chevy," where Trick compares his own hard times to an old, beat-up ride with no air conditioning, a broken steering column, and a rattling engine. With singer Lloyd's slick croons on the hook and a boisterous, low-end horn section competing with a flickering flute loop, Trick verbalizes: "Been riding around for over 200,000 miles/ with no tag, no insurance, and some bald head ass tires/ My lining is off/ My timing is off/ Shit is looking real bad/ Plus, I'm down to my last quarter tank of gas." Trick is backed by his own up-and-coming artists Dunk Ryders on "Shorty Wanna Be A Thug," where the crew pays homage in remembrance of fallen soldiers lost to the grave and the penitentiary. "Although I talk about a lotta killing and drug selling, that's reality," explains Trick. "If you would have never showed me that shit, I would have never talked about it. I'm only gonna teach what I was taught." Even though he can hold a mirror to society at large and explain what evil men do, Trick is much more than just a rapper on a soapbox. He exposes his lighter side on the playful lead single, "Bet That," featuring Chamillionaire and Goldrush." Over an up-tempo, radio-friendly track, deep bass drops, and haunting pipe organs, this duo leans sideways in chromed-out, candy-painted dunks. Then Trick takes it to the club with the bouncy, Lil Wayne-featured "Yeah, Yeah, Yeah" But just because this native Miamian knows how to have a good time on the mic, make no mistake - Trick is still a thug. The proof is in the hard-hitting "Breaker Breaker," where Trick gives lames dirt naps aided by a boisterous horn section and horror flick synthesizers. Trick even pulls rappers' chords along with Rick Ross and Plies on "Tuck Ya Ice In," a boastful ode where they question the authenticity of other rappers' cloudy diamonds, fake Rolex watches, and gold-plated jewelry that might give them an infection. Whether reporting on the brutalities of everyday life, keeping the club crunk, or putting his peers in their places, Trick Daddy has never been afraid to expose himself (or others) to the world around us. For Trick, nothing less will do. "People say keeping it real is a hard thing to do. Keeping it real is easy," says Trick. "Being fake and being soft is hard to do. For me not to keep it real or sell you a record that is fake, my luck will probably be bad for the rest of my life."


October 27, 2006

"Back By Thug Demand" - The new album in stores 12/19

Yessir! The Mayor of Miami is BACK with some new sh*t for the streets! BACK BY THUG DEMAND hits your hood on 12/19 and features appearances from Lil' Weezy, Chamillionaire, Goldrush, Trey Songz, fellow Slip-N-Slider's Rick Ross and Plies and much more! Listen to "Bet That" the bumpin' first single off of Trick's 7th album, BACK BY THUG DEMAND!

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Female, 33, Grenada, MS

Posted February 28, 2014

Hi I love your music


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Male, 42, Moyock, NC

Posted January 05, 2012


Please tell all your fans that we're putting cash in people's hands in these tough times. We pay $100-$300/day.


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Posted December 12, 2011


Male, Age Private, Jamaica

Posted October 16, 2011

Yo i was in the same prison you was in i'm from Brooklyn ny but was in fla for a while went to brevard c.i BOY THAT %#&@$! WAS WILD I MADE IT ....I LIVE IN KINGSTON JAMAICA COME HOLLA AT A NIGGA CAOM SMOKE ONE >>>BET THAT ..GOOGLE ME@ JOHNEARLTHEONE


Male, 44, Philadelphia, PA

Posted June 25, 2011

trick know the going the cd going be hot keep doing what u do bro.


Female, 29, Saint Stephen, SC

Posted April 09, 2011

love dis page da beat it gucci


Male, Age Private, Tampa, FL

Posted September 15, 2010

wat up


Female, 33, Miami, FL

Posted August 29, 2010

I know you remember me right? about 10 years ago i was in your car :) with your homeboy in the passenger seat, ay love your work papi keep reppin for the 305!! TE AMO!

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