Trick Daddy Biography
Direct from the booming streets of Miami's Liberty City comes the return of the one-and-only hip hop maestro Trick Daddy and his new nonfiction musical opus, BOOK OF THUGS CHAPTER A.K., VERSE 47. Rolling up on the heels of his RIAA gold, Billboard top 10 R&B smash, WWW.THUG.COM, Trick brings true thug philosophy to all-new turbulent tales of Southern style street life.
"To me it's all personal," explains Trick. "When you have people question you about a particular song and ask you, 'Did that really happen to you?,' that's when you know they really got deep into that song."
Trick's breathes reality into his no-holds-barred rhymes, relating the details of his dynamic and dramatic life into such tracks as "America," "Thug For Life" and "Sittin' On D's." At the same time, he brings his musical artistry to bear on such powerfully high energy tracks as "Get On Up" and "Walkin' Like A Hoe."
A king collaborator, Trick also thrives through his teamings with such skilled talents as the man Mystical, who appears on "Tryin' To Stop Smokin,'" while exchanging verbals with turbo-rhymer Twista on "Could It Be." The rhythmic thug anthem "Boy" features new Slip-N-Slide artists The Lost Tribe and JV along with the thought-provoking lyricist known as Society. Among the other S-N-S labelmates contributing to the album is veteran MC Buddy Roe, who pairs with Trick on "Gotta Let You Have It."
Bald-headed and buck wild, the former Trick Daddy Dollars first hit the music scene as one of the lead rappers on Luke's 1996 track, "Scarred." In the fall of 1997 came his solo debut album ...BASED ON A TRUE STORY..., a stand-out introduction highlighted by such cuts as "They Don't Live Long," "Bout a Lotta Thangs," and "Hoe But You Can't Help It" - which makes a return appearance on the BOOK OF THUGS... album. The following year came the equally autobiographical and relentless WWW.THUG.COM, an album that paired the rapper with the likes of Tre+6, Society, J.A.B.A.N., and J-Shin. Filled with powerful rhymes taken from life on the blocks of Anyhood, USA, the set stood out on the strength of its hit singles, "Sweatin' Me" and the breakthrough "Nann."
A hit that to some seemed to come out of nowhere, the success of "Nann" effectively underscored the undeniable ability of the streets to choose its hits. "Nann," which is the radio version of Trick's "Nann Nigga," also stood out for its spirited lyrical interplay between Trick and fellow Slip-N-Slide comrade Trina. Since then, the lyrical Picasso has teamed up with Trina, Deuce Poppito of 24KARATZ, and Co of Tre + 6 to record "Shut Up," Trick's remarkable contribution to the recent Any Given Sunday soundtrack (also a BOOK OF THUGS highlight).
In the film itself, it was Trick that Jamie's Foxx's quarterback character Willie Beaman was spinning on his portable CD player during a particular team flight - much to the dismay of his coach Tony D'Amato, as played by Al Pacino. Right now, however, Trick is ready to treat the world to a never-before-experienced combination of powerful beats and unsparing rhymes. Indeed, when it comes to telling the truth - live and uncensored from the streets - Trick Daddy wrote the book.
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what it do!!!!!! | Reviewer: rob-lo | 1/28/09
Trick what it do? It's a fan but in the streets everybody call me lil trick daddy. so if you do a movie about you life i'm yo guy. plus i have a group by the name of Callab you can check us out on www.myspace.com/callab who knows you mite be looking for a hot group. Big ups on all the good music you been given the world keep God 1st and keep yo head up. one love Rob-lo
Ur the Best | Reviewer: Natalie | 9/12/07
I would like to let you know how much I Love you, your music and most of all your thuggin. Your music motivates me to be a better person.Ur lyrics have helped me to realize that the stuggle dont last forever. I've been listening to your music since I was young. 1997 was when I really started to listen to your music because I was just learning about "TRICK".Im 20 years old and music is my life.I am a Slip -N- Slide fan,and I would really like to see you,the Icons, Deuce Poppi, J.T. Money,Trina and the rest of the family produce a album together.I have two copies of all your albums, the original copy and a burned copy because I have to keep the original copies in the case on my shelf.I would be thrilled to meet my favorite artist in the music industry. I have much love for you.I wish you the best of luck in all you do. Im Ready for the next CD to drop.No matter how much society look down on us keep ur head up because Thugs R Us and they cant change that.May God bless You.
hay can you help me | Reviewer: emily | 5/29/07
hay waz up i need to know more about trick daddy for one of my reports due by the end of the week. things such as where was he born and who did he spend his child hood. What he is most know for, who did he become a professional singer and so on. please if you have any info please let me know i realy need some help here. HELP!!!
intelligence | Reviewer: yotschnaoulkah | 5/27/07
There is one thing that really bothers me: are you or the blood that is in your veins is originated to which part of the globe
(in Geography)? Because all my family really know me as your Die Hard Fan in talking about HIP Hop. And the faniest thing is THAT I live in NY all my white Tees have your alter ego or a brief sentence to rep my favorite RAPPER of all time. "TRICK DADDY".
trick daddy i love u ! | Reviewer: jessica | 5/11/05
WHAZ UP I LOVE ALL YOUR SONGS TRICK DADDY ARE U MAKIN NEW SONGS MY FAV SONG IS SUGAR I AM GOING TO BUY YOUR CD IS IT OUT YET I DON'T KNOW OH YEAH MY NAME IS JESSICA I HAVE TWO SISTERS NO BROTHER WITCH I WISH I DID DO U HAVE SISTERS OR BROTHERSDO U HAVE KID I DON'T I AM 11 YEARS OLD I WISH I WAS U IT MUST BE COOL DOING VIDEOS AND SINGING AND BEING RICH I KNOW DON'T KNOW ME BUT I LOVE ALL OF YOUR SONGS I'LL LET U GO BYE TRICK DADDY I LOVE U!
T.Double Dee (T.D.D) | Reviewer: Artayvia Jones | 1/21/05
Trick you are one fine ass nigga to me and if I was to ever to get front row seat I would probably reach out and grab ya. Every cd you drop be gangsta ass hell everybody listen to you around my town especially this Gansta Livin. I think that hit was tight with you and T.I and Lil wayne I think that shouldn't be the last one either oh and why you and B.G haven't made a song all the real niggas want ot hear the real shit from the real people THUGS as what you call it. And I'm tired smoking bappy ass weed too!!! Holla Back at me.
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