Trinidad James Songs

  • Uptown Funk (Remix)
    Uptown Funk (Remix)
    Thanks to Bruno Mars' use of the phrase "Don't believe me, just watch" on the hook, Trinidad James got a very surprising writing credit on his and Mark Ronson's chart-topping track "Uptown Funk." Now, he's been called upon for an official remix of the hit, which Bruno Mars just shared on his YouTube channel.
  • All Live$ Matter
    All Live$ Matter
    Trinidad James has been hustling hard following his parting with Def Jam last year, and his latest record finds him going in a more political direction. The rapper, still best known for "All Gold Everything," shows a new dimension on the record, eulogizing a few of the rappers who lost their lives over the last few years.
  • When Greatne$$ Unfold$
    When Greatne$$ Unfold$
    Last week, Trinidad Jame$ surprised fans and dropped off a new mixtape titled No One Is Safe, which featured 10 new tracks and guest features from OG Maco, PeeWee Longway, ILoveMakonnen, Scotty ATL and Offset to name a few. Now fast forward to today and Trinidad decides to share one last bonus track from the tape titled “When Greatness Unfold$” featuring production from Erv of Outsiders.
  • Jermone N Da House
    Jermone N Da House
    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.
  • BlackMan Pt. 1
    BlackMan Pt. 1
    The other week Trinidad James leaked "BlackMan Pt 2" in addition to dropping a free EP The WAKE Up. Now we can all stop scratching our heads wondering what happened to 'part 1' cause here it is. "Blackman Pt. 2" was on more of a melodic, futuristic tip with production from Diplo.
  • BlackMan Pt. 2
    BlackMan Pt. 2
    The question that begs asking with Trinidad James' new song "BlackMan Pt. 2" is, "was there even a part one?" No, there wasn't, but that "Pt. 2" is still intrinsic to the track. On this Diplo-produced gem, Trinidad imagines a second chapter for both his life and the lives of black men around the country.
  • Morning Wood
    Morning Wood
    While there was plenty of great hip hop released throughout 2014, it wasn't a very good year for the industry. Rap sales were the lowest we've seen them in years, and a few rappers lost their major label deals, including Azealia Banks, Chief Keef, and Trinidad James. The good news is that all three of those artists are likely better off without the deal, and each has released a good amount of material since breaking out of the binds of their contracts.
  • This America
    This America
    This is the type of shit Trinidad James couldn't drop while he was on Def Jam. His latest track, "This America," has him appearing alongside Tef Poe and spitting political bars. This is taken from DJ Burn One's upcoming album Greenwood, which has already been responsible for dope tracks from Rittz and Starlito/Don Trip.
  • Since '06
    Since '06
    With the lack of major label concerns, Trinidad James has been able to up his musical output, constantly uploading new music to his Soundcloud. Today he's connected with Tyler Gartzman (whom we don't know much about, but he's a fellow Atlanta rapper) for "Since '06." The dark production comes from 808 Mafia's Chris Fresh. The subject matter is as dark as the beat, with Gartzman detailing situations that made him tougher. Trinidad James follows suit, giving us a story from before the fame.
  • Def Jam (Remix)
    Def Jam (Remix)
    Trinidad James has been surprising us all over these past few months. Since being dropped from Def Jam, he sounds rejuvenated, making bold decisions musically that may not have been possible on a major label. For his latest drop, James remixes "Def Jam," a track he released in celebration of the label earlier this year before being dropped. It's an interesting twist, that's for sure. Twista and Young Scooter attaches verses to the track as well.
  • Bando$
    From the team that brought you "Jumpin' Out The Gym" (minus RiFF RAFF) comes a new track entitled "Bando$." Migos and Trinidad James, who previously paired up for that aforementioned Y.R.N. cut, appear together today on a song by a producer named J. Padron, who also hails from the A.
  • 3AM Eastside
    3AM Eastside
    Trinidad James has been impressing the hell out of our readers over the past few months. Since being dropped from Def Jam, the Gold Gang Records founder has released an impressive streak of VERY HOTTTTT certified singles, ranging in both substance and style. He's certainly come a long way since "All Gold Everything."
  • Late Night$
    Late Night$
    Trinidad James has been putting out nothing but fire since he was dropped from Def Jam earlier this year, earning four consecutive VERY HOTTTTT ratings from our readers. Likely continuing that trend, the emcee has let loose "Late Night$." Featuring Johnny Cinco, this smooth new cut for the ladies who aren't looking for a relationship is not currently linked to any known full-length. Stay tuned to HNHH as more information on Trinidad's highly-anticipated 10 PC Mild follow-up becomes available.
  • Who Dat (Falcons Vs Saints 4Ever)
    Who Dat (Falcons Vs Saints 4Ever)
    A little friendly competition never hurt anyone. On their new collaborative track, "Who Dat (Falcons Vs Saints 4Ever)," Trinidad James and Curren$y rep their hometown NFL teams and battle each other with a pair of verses.
  • 448
    Trinidad James recently announced he'd been dropped from his Def Jam deal. The rapper was snatched up by the label shortly after his "All Gold Everything" video went viral, but hasn't been able to match the success of the single since. Now free of his obligations, the rapper has gone back to releasing his music on his own, which is how "All Gold Everything" came together, after all. The rapper has hit us with a few new tracks since cutting his ties with Def Jam, and his latest is a classic trap banger called "448".
  • Mr. Officer
    Mr. Officer
    Trinidad James has been winning readers over with a steady stream of quality music over the past few months. As it turns out, getting dropped from Def Jam may have been the best thing that could have happened for him. Continuing this positive trend, "Mr. Officer" finds James tackling one of today's important issues: 
  • Hollywood
    Trinidad James hasn't let getting dropped from his major label Def Jam hinder his musical output. If anything, we've seen Trinidad drop more records in the past few weeks than he has in recent memory. Last week he connected with buzzing singer and fellow Atlanta native ILoveMakonnen for "H.O.M.E." Today he returns to his Soundcloud to drop off the Raak-produced "Hollywood."
  • H.O.M.E (Hating On Me)
    H.O.M.E (Hating On Me)
    Getting dropped from Def Jam hasn't slowed James' hustle one bit. In fact, he seems more focused now than ever before. Independent and hungry, the "All Gold Everything" emcee has released a constant stream of reader-approved music since his falling out with the label, proving that major label distribution isn't the only means of releasing quality music.
  • No Excuses
    No Excuses
    Trinidad James has not let being dropped from his major label hinder his releases, rather, the opposite. After dropping off a new joint last week, "Doin Me", in which he addressed his fame and potential lack-there-of, he returns today with another new drop "No Excuses." With production from C4 and a feature from affiliate 31, Trinidad rocks auto-tune and keeps a positive outlook on life, making no excuses to achieve his dreams.
  • Doin' Me
    Doin' Me
    Trinidad James broke news over this weekend that he got dropped from his label Def Jam, after experiencing a sudden rise to fame thanks to his single "All Gold Everything." The rapper said he'd be dropping his debut album for free, and told all the producers/artists who contributed to it that he'd only have daps to give them.
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