This afternoon Trinidad James debut his new project, an album-quality mixtape, or just a free album, depending how you look at it. The rapper doesn't miss a step, despite getting dropped from Def Jam in 2014. The project No One Is SaFe opens up with the guitar-strumming and hard-hitting "Jerome N Da House." Definitely a nice way to start the project, and get you interested in hearing what else he has in store. With contributions from iLoveMakonnen, Sonny Digital, OG Maco, PeeWee Longway, Offset, Scotty ATL and more, it's definitely an ATL experience.
Check out this cut and head here to grab the full project.
Ya girl all on me nigga check my mentions
She left me a message, Trinidad I need you
She left you a message, baby I'm on my period
So my rapping skills really ain't that serious
You should worry about your bitch before end up leaving you